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".
PJ Feat. K Camp
Everything PJ has dropped has been well-received on HNHH, from her recent "Tell Me" to August's "Say," which features a verse from Lupe Fiasco (likely a thank you for PJ's songwriting contributions to Tetsuo & Youth). Yesterday, the 20-year-old Los Angeles-based artist liberated another new track called "Wishlist."
Chaz Gotti Feat. K Camp
Last month, Chaz Gotti dropped a collab with Gucci Mane and Southside, "Ran Wit It," that ended up landing on GuWop's East Atlanta Santa 2. The Brick Squad signee returns todays with his new single, "Hate," which boasts a feature from K Camp and exciting production from Bobby Kritical and Will-A-Fool. This one's sure to be hot in Atlanta.
K Camp Feat. Tink
Late last night, or rather, early this morning, K Camp dropped off K.I.S.S. 3. We received K.I.S.S. 2 in February of last year, so it seems the series keeps a winter release. This is actually K Camp's second mixtape in the past two months, with You Welcome having dropped in November.
K Camp Feat. Quavo
With little warning, K Camp decided to come through Tuesday night and release the third installment in his K.I.S.S. mixtape series. Led by the previously heard single “2Crazy,” K.I.S.S. 3 contains 9 tracks in total and features guest appearances from Tink, Quavo, and True Story Gee.
Coming in with minutes to spare, K Camp decided to join in on the Christmas festivities yesterday and release a new song for the fans called “2Crazy.”
K Camp Feat. 50 Cent & Akon
Yesterday K Camp dropped his You Welcome mixtape, the first installment of a trilogy of mixtapes he plans to drop in the near future.
K Camp dropped his debut album earlier this year, but it hasn't stopped him from keeping the new music coming. As is the Atlanta fashion, the rapper has been turning in freestyles and stand-alone singles on a regular basis. "Joe Montana" is the latest of these offerings, and finds Camp in a pretty traditional street single mode, giving us a catchy repetitive hook that registers closer to pure rap than his more R&B-infused work.
Bryson Tiller made quite a first impression with T R A P S O U L, and "Don't" is still getting a lot of play. Apparently, K Camp has taken notice, and has turned in his own version of the single today. He's proved himself as a capable R&B singer by this point, and listening to this new remix, there's no reason why you'd assume he's primarily a rapper.
AD Feat. Ty Dolla $ign, The Game, OT Genesis, Iamsu! & K Camp
What a look for AD. "Juice" is the Compton up-and-comer's biggest hit yet, off his recent mixtape, Blue:89, and now he's gotten some of L.A.'s biggest stars to remix the street anthem. Ty Dolla $ign opens the stacked remix, showing that, despite his constant smoothness, he's still got cold-blooded bars. He's then followed by The Game, L.A.'s man in charge right now after releasing The Documentary 2 and 2.5.
Big K.R.I.T. Feat. Ludacris & K Camp
Big K.R.I.T. came out of nowhere tonight and released a brand new mixtape for the fans called It's Better This Way. Narrated by DJ Drama, the 14-track project features guest appearances from Ludacris, K Camp, Young Dolph, BJ The Chicago Kid, & Warren G among others.
When it comes to catchy, repetitive, one-word hooks, "Jumpman" might by the "Versace" of 2015. It is definitely the hot song that everyone is freestyling on recently. It's a cold world and this Metro Boomin instrumental is simply too hot to ignore.
Tink Feat. K Camp
One of the most memorable tracks on Tink's latest mixtape, Winter's Diary 3, was the glossy ballad, "Jupiter," and it's now received an official remix with some assistance from a very special guest. K Camp -- who often occupies the space between rapper and R&B singer -- stops by to share both some melodies and some bars. While he provides an interesting detour, it's still Tink's show for the most part.
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CyHi The Prynce Feat. K Camp
CyHi The Prynce surprised us with his conceptual track "Elephant In The Room," seemingly taking aim at Kanye West and the rest of GOOD Music for holding him back. Even more surprising was his explanation that the song wasn't actually done with any bad blood toward Kanye.
Verse Simmonds Feat. K Camp
Working towards the release of his debut album, Verse Simmonds drops off a single in "Mona Lisa" feat. K Camp. The song's opening line "Sex is in art, baby tell me can I paint your body with love" pretty much sums up the gist of what Verse is going for here.