Caleb Zackery "Don" Toliver is an American singer, rapper, and songwriter. He released his first major label mixtape, Donny Womack, in August 2018. He is known for his singles "No Idea" and "After Party", from his debut studio album, Heaven or Hell, which gained popularity on the video-sharing app TikTok, as well as his August 2018 feature on fellow rapper and label-boss Travis Scott's song "Can't Say", from his third studio album Astroworld. In August 2020, he was featured alongside Nav on the song "Lemonade" by Internet Money and Gunna.
|Birth name||Caleb Zackery Toliver|
|Born||June 12, 1994, Houston, Texas, U.S.|
|Genres||Hip hop, trap, R&B|
|Labels||Cactus Jack, Atlantic, We Run It|
|Associated acts||Gunna, Nav, Sheck Wes, Travis Scott, Masego|
|Website||Don Toliver's Official site|
|Don Toliver's Twitter|
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|Don Toliver's Facebook|
|Youtube||Don Toliver's Youtube|
|Spotify||Don Toliver's Spotify|
|SoundCloud||Don Toliver's SoundCloud|
|iTunes||Don Toliver's iTunes|
Houston rapper known for songs like "2 Lil Shorty", "Diamonds" and "Backend." He released his first major label mixtape, Donny Womack, in August 2018. In 2019, he became a member of the rap collective JackBoys.
He began releasing music in 2017. In May that year he put out the mixtape Playa Familia with Yungjosh93.
In March 2018 he signed to Atlantic Records and We Run It Entertainment, and in August 2018 he signed to Travis Scott's Cactus Jack Records. His songs are frequently used in TikTok videos and he was one of the most viewed artists on the app in 2020.
He was born Caleb Zackery Toliver.
In 2018 he appeared in the music video for Nav's song "Champion".
- Southern hip hop musicians
- American hip hop singers
- American rappers
Latest information about Don Toliver updated on June 14 2021.