K Camp hasn’t received his just dues. Over the past few years, he’s delivered banger after banger and while also contributing to other people’s records. In recent times, he’s been a lot more active since he was released from his contractual obligations. As an indie artist, he’s now doing things his own way.
Bringing it back to the essence of hip-hop, K Camp returned with his latest freestyle titled, “Homecoming.” The rapper takes on the choral-sampled instrumental from DaBaby’s KIRK “Intro” while asserting his impact on the rap game. “N***a talkin’ hit, bitch I got a few of these/ I’m the culture, I’m the n***a that they sound like/ Most these n***as in the game is just my soundbites,” he raps.
More importantly, the song serves as a diss track to the Prairie View A&M University student body who clowned him to the point where he backed out of a headlining performance at the campus for Homecoming. Perhaps this is the first time that a rapper has ever released a diss towards an entire school. If this begins a trend of more rappers dissing schools, then perhaps K Camp’s impact is deeper than we all knew.
I went from broke to fat pockets, look at me (What?)
I fuck with Texas, give no fucks ’bout PV (What?)
I used to hustle, used to pass out CDs (What?)
Broke n***as watchin’, I’m just prayin’ that they pleased (What?)
How I never let ’em play me
from HotNewHipHop.com https://ift.tt/2VLXj7P