K Camp Feat. Rich The Kid – 97′
K Camp connections up with Rich The Kid for “97′.”
K Camp has been discharging a poo ton of new substance over the past couple weeks and fortunately he doesn’t seem to back off at any point in the near future. Subsequent to hitting us with his free-form over Meek Mill’s “Spare Me” record, and later connecting up with Sonny Digital and GENIUS on the melody “One Year Later,” which we had the pleasure of debuting its video, K Camp chooses to come back to the scene today and offer another tune called “97” highlighting ATL rapper Rich The Kid.
Going in finished the boomin’ creation from Bobby Kritical and Wayy, K Camp conveys a bouncy new hawkers song of devotion that discovers him rapping about getting his examination, while Rich The Kid flaunts his twofold time rhyme plot and flexes about his frigid adornments and running with the Mak on him. “Stroll around with the mak obviously, trappin white like Macklemore,” Rich spits. Featured by its moderate, trap-mixed creation and bouncy streams and conveyance, “97” is another solid expansion to K Camp’s relentless developing list of hits.
Search for the tune to apparently observe life on K Camp’s prospective Slum Lords 2 mixtape, alongside his most recent single “Great Problem.” No word yet when that’ll be dropping, however K Camp said it would drop at some point this month. Indeed, K Camp simply educated us that is altogether done being recorded too, so keep your eyes peeled for refreshes on that to surface soon.
Take a tune in and let us recognize what you think. In case despite everything you’re needing more from K Camp to hold you over while you sit tight for Slum Lords 2 to arrive, return to a couple different records from the ATL crooner meanwhile including “Facetime” with Dice Soho and “Call” highlighting Sorry Jaynari and AD.
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