K Camp Feat. Young Dolph
K Camp seems to always have a new project on the way. Though he just dropped his Lyric Ave EP last month, he's already promoting a new mixtape called RARE, which he shares a track off of today. "Real Me" finds K Camp linking with another prolific rapper in Young Dolph. Together, the two celebrate the party life, rapping over a minimal bass line, but keeping the energy up with some quotable lines. K Camp has proven himself a capable R&B singer, but if his new project is in line with this single, we should hear him bringing out his nimble rap skills.
Slide On You
Boogie Feat. K Camp
Boogie shared his Thirst 48 Part II mixtape yesterday, and on top of the impressive solo cuts, there are some interesting collaborations, including the West Coast crew track, "Fuck 'Em All," with Mozzy and DJ Quik, as well as the R&B-indebted "Slide On You" with K Camp. These two tracks are a pretty good display of Boogie's range, going from gritty street music to slick melodic slow jams. Of course, no matter the style, Boogie never skimps on his verses, as he delivers some personal bars on "Slide," offsetting K Camp's more traditional R&B songwriting.
Could Be Worse
J Stalin Feat. K Camp
J Stalin has been a staple of Bay Area since the hyphy heyday in the mid-aughts and he's still going strong. After releasing the 23-track album Tears of Joy last fall, Stalin announces his next album, On Behalf of the Streets 2, and liberates the lead single, "Could Be Worse" feat. K. Camp, an uplifting cut that channels the spirit of ScHoolboy Q's "Blessed" and gives thanks for each day.
Kent Jones Feat. Ty Dolla $ign, K Camp & Yo Gotti
On Friday night, DJ Khaled protégé & We The Best artist Kent Jones dropped off his new mixtape Too Much Too Soon, which contains 20 new songs featuring guest appearances from K Camp, Ty Dolla $ign, E-40, Lil Dicky, Yo Gotti, and more. Looking to highlight the project, here goes on the bigger features off it called “Hello” featuring K Camp, Yo Gotti, & Taylor Gang crooner Ty Dolla Sign.
World Is Ours
Derez De'Shon Feat. K Camp & Ace Hood
You might not be all too familiar with the name Derez De’Shon just quite yet, but it won’t be long until you will be because the Cash Money member is quickly becoming a buzzing new rapper to pay attention to, having already worked with the likes of Kevin Gates, Trae The Truth, and of course Rich Gang’s Birdman & Jacquees to name a few.
What To Do
Ye Ali Feat. K Camp
Ye Ali has emerged as an artist to watch in 2016 for his silky bedroom jams that dissolve the boundary between rap and R&B. Today, one week, after releasing his Private Suite project, returns with a new track called "What To Do."
Sy Ari Da Kid & K Camp
A YesJulz sex tape may or may not have leaked over the weekend. Sy Ari Da Kid and K Camp evidently caught a glimpse of the Julz in action. They were so impressed with the Director of Vibes that they felt compelled to pay homage with a succulent new track called "Julz." Produced by MajorMusicX & TEAUXNY, "Julz" is a slow burner that harkens back to mid- to late-aughts R&B, when The-Dream was at the height of his powers. Unlike the sex tape, which is pretty rugged, the song is soft as silk as Sy Ari urges his girl to "throw it back like YesJulz."
K Camp continues to roll out new music ahead of his upcoming Lyric Ave mixtape. After hitting us “6 PM In Lyric” & last week’s “Heaven Sent,” the Milwaukee crooner decides to come through this evening and share his latest offering called “LV.”
"Bout to drop some vibes just cuz I'm in a good mood," K Camp just tweeted. He immediately delivered on his promise and dropped a smooth record that should get listeners on his same wavelength. "Heaven Sent," produced by HC Derelle Rideout, is the latest off Camp's upcoming EP, Lyric Ave. He announced the project last month upon releasing "6PM on Lyric," a remix of Drake's "4PM in Calabasas."
Money Makin Nique Feat. K Camp
Atlanta's Money Makin Nique returns today with "Round Up," a collaboration with one of the city's most reliable hook-makers, K Camp. Here, Camp forgoes his singing voice to go full rap-mode, only subtly hinting at his melodic abilities on the chorus, but keeping things as catchy as ever. Meanwhile, Nique demonstrates his animated delivery, delivering quotables in a cadence that's immediately recognizable, separating him from the many emerging rappers out of ATL, and making a good case as a future breakout star.
Jeremih Feat. Wiz Khalifa & K Camp
While we patiently await for Jeremih’s newly-announced Late Nights: Europe mixtape to arrive, which should be in the next hour or so (fingers crossed), the Chicago crooner decides to hold us over in the meantime with a new track off the tape called “Dubai” featuring Wiz Khalifa & K Camp. Looking to fuck shit up, listen as the trio deliver a lowkey club banger that's perfect for your Summertime playlist. Hit play and let us know who laid down the best verse?
Ocean Drive (Remix)
Mikey & K Camp
K Camp continues to keep the freestyles coming. After taking on Drake’s “4PM In Calabasas” beat earlier this week which he called “6PM On Lyric,” the Milwaukee native decides to follow that up by returning to the scene today with another one over NC rapper Mikey’s latest single “Ocean Drive.”
6pm On Lyric
Well here’s some good news for K Camp fans. The Milwaukee native decided to announce tonight that he has a new EP on the called Lyric Ave, and he did so by releasing this new freestyle over Drake’s “4PM in Calabasas” dubbed “6 PM On Lyric.”
I Got It
Lil Cray Feat. K Camp
Cleveland’s own Doe Boy recently returned from a prison stint that began in Summer ‘13, soon after he had signed to Future’s Freebandz label. He’s since dropped a few bangers and watched his Cavs win the ship. He’s also revamped the roster of his own label, Rubber Band Money Gang, by signing a young rapper from his hometown by the name of Lil Cray, whose new #Cleveland2Cleveland mixtape is beginning to pick up some serious buzz in Ohio and beyond.
Manolo Rose Feat. K Camp
New York native on his grind, Manolo Rose, is prepping a follow up to last year's album Concrete Rose. He'll be hitting fans with another project this summer, and keeping the Rose theme alive, it's titled Soul of a Rose.
Genius Feat. K Camp & Que
Hailing from Jamaica and now making a name for himself in Atlanta, Genius is K Camp's official DJ as well as an artist and producer himself. He's known to put together stacked collabs, and he's done just that with his latest track, "Movie 2.0," which features Camp as well as Que, who's currently readying his much-anticipated Lost Dawg mixtape. The track is produced by Flair Fifth and Beat Atticks.
K Camp Feat. 2 Chainz
For the third week in a row, K Camp is back with another song to help close out the work week. After hitting us with “1st To 1st,” & last week’s “Deserve It,” the Slum Lord decides to return today with his latest offering called “5 Minutes” featuring 2 Chainz.
K Camp Feat. True Story Gee
Last Friday K Camp debuted the hustler anthem "1st to 1st" and this Friday he's right back at it (he's obviously abiding by his own words) with his latest leak featuring True Story Gee, "Deserve It." We're not very familiar with True Story Gee, but he's a member of Camp's Slum Life crew.
1st To 1st
K Camp is wishing all his fans a happy 1st of April, aka April Fools, aka did you see this. Back to the song at hand though, in a similar vein as the new Scotty ATL and BJ The Chicago Kid record, this record is all about working 24/7. No days off.
Future and The Weeknd kicked off this past weekend by releasing the video for "Low Life", exactly three months after they first released the song on Christmas Day. As such, the time is ripe for K. Camp to drop off his own "Low Life" remix, "Slum Life".