Even in an industry full of extroverted oddballs, there's no one who sounds, looks and feels like Don Toliver. "I'm always trying to push the boundaries as far as I can," he affirms. "I'm constantly evolving as an artist. I'm putting my skin and hair into this Don Toliver thing. I've soaked up everything for this - all the knowledge of Cactus Jack [Travis Scott's label, to which he is signed] and our family members. I've been inspired and evolved. I'm fully aware of where my creativity is right now. And I'm taking it and taking it to the next level."
His vehicle for the next supersonic trip: the new album "LOVE SICK". On his third work, Toliver puts visual borrowings from disco culture, mafia movies and the opulent design of the 70s into a contemporary context. The album tells the story of Don, who runs a diner, the "Love Sick Diner," and now plans to break into the nightclub scene. In the process, however, he runs afoul of the law. "LOVE SICK" takes us into a world as multi-faceted and unique as the artist himself Don Toliver . It follows the 2021 album "Life of a Don", which reached #2 in the US charts and #32 in Germany, among others.