K Camp Makes His Debut With ‘Only Way Is Up’ [Album Review]
During the summer, we were introduced K Camp who made an impact with the lead singles “Lil Bit” and “Comfortable”. Last week, the Slum God made his major label debut under Interscope with the highly anticipated record Only Way Is Up. Just like first two lead singles, “Lil Bit” and “Comfortable”, Only Way Is Up is a 13-track production that showcases a wide range of sounds proving that Camp is a versatile artist not be reckoned with! The album opens up with the smooth track “Change” featuring Jeremih which sets the pace of Camp’s truth. Before slowing it down for the ladies with tracks such as the “Own Boss”, the Reazy Renegade produced “This Way” and “Who Am I” featuring Yo Gotti, K Camp turns up on one of the album’s standouts titled “Till I Die” featuring T.I., the heavy hitting “Yellow Brick Road” and “Lil Bit”. Before getting “Comfortable”, Camp joins forces with French Montana for one of my favorites titled “Money I Made”. After pleasing and ladies and turning-up, the album shifts direction with smooth and vulnerable tracks such as “B*tches In That Coupe” featuring Bun B, the “Gin & Juice” inspired “Rolling” featuring Snoop Dogg and the smooth “I’m Good”. The album closes with another Reazy Renegade production titled “Control” which features a message from both of Camp’s parents. On the deluxe album, Camp plugs in Cyhi, Fetty Wap and Marian Mereba for “Let’s Get Money”, “1Hunnid” and “Above Water” respectively. Overall, Only Way Is Up is a beautiful piece that appropriately introduces Camp to the rap game. Not only does Camp deliver a diverse catalogue of sounds but he actually raps about real stuff which is hard to find amongst the most recent up and coming artists! I’m looking forward to seeing Camp grow as an artist! With the release of Only Way Is Up, I’m sure he’s going to make a very big impact on music! Check out K Camp’s Only Way Is Up below!
K Camp – “Lil Bit”
K Camp – “Comfortable”