"Writing On The Wall" begins with a spoken word intro performed by Snoop Dogg, on the topic of "closing the gap." K Camp's reliance on the Doggfather's wisdom is but another example of a gravitational pull that keeps Uncle Snoop spritely as ever before.
But even though "Uncle Snoop" is of service to any rapper who takes heed (and shows humility), "Writing On The Wall" is essentially a song about K Camp's process of growth, no one else. K Camp uploaded the stencil to his SoundCloud where he's often at his philanthropic best. On "Writing On The Wall," Camp emphasizes the need to keep the past behind YOU, in a concerted 2nd-person voice, like a teacher, mentor of the Uncle Snoop-variety.
Over time, K Camp's music has adopted a discerning tone, in his ability to distinguish subject material on two ends: matters of the heart and the general pettiness of social interaction. He doesn't have to say it outright, but the effects of fatherhood have made K Camp a wizened individual. Check out "Writing On The Wall" and hit us with your thoughts.
Man, I had to curve that bih
Ain't talking 'bout sh*t
Getting on my nerves 'n sh*t
Been on that for a while
I pray I get along with the mother of my child.
- K Camp