After releasing mix-tapes like Lyric Ave and K.I.S.S. 4, the highly anticipated K Camp album, Slum Lords 2 is now a reality. The Interscope artist compounds his rare energy to produce an introspective LP. The Atlanta rapper entered the scene in 2009, yet he has recently gained steam. He entered the scene as on Open Mic artist performing with artist like Waka Flocka in the Atlanta area. Accompanied by his group Rare Sound, K Camp has garnered respect for his signature sound. The sequel to the original Slum Lords LP, the album features artist Money Bag Yo, Money Man, Rich the Kid, and Verse Simmonds. As a rapper with melodic sounds, K Camp is versatile within the trap genre. After a lucrative summer in which he released singles, “Good Problem,” and “One Year Later.” He recently dropped a visual for track, “Family Matters,” in which surrounds himself with his crew in a condo filled with women and booze. In the track he sends shouts to his haters. After coming from the bottom, K Camp is slowly rising as a new age rock star.