Rubi Rose and K CAMP link up for “Pogo” video
Rubi Rose keeps her momentum going with new single “Pogo.”
After breaking out with her 2019’s hit “Big Mouth” and continuing her momentum with “Hit Yo Dance” and “Pretty MF,” Rubi Rose showed she isn’t letting go of her stride. Last month, Rubi kept her foot on the gas with her single “He In His Feelings,” and now her latest offering is a new collab track with K CAMP titled “Pogo,” which came paired with a brand new music video.
A shining moment for Rubi arrived this year when she received a cameo in Cardi B and Meg Thee Stallion’s center-of-attention music video “WAP.” After the release, Cardi went on to give her co-sign and praise to Rubi, stating her love for Rubi’s music and unique, raspy voice in an interview:
“I like rubi rose’s music and I like her voice,” Cardi B says in the clip. “A lot of female artists, they don’t have that voice. You could rap and rap and rap but if you don’t have that voice you don’t have it.”
Rubi responded to the praise with words of gratitude, as she’s been looking up to Cardi as an idol:
“When your idols fuck with you >,” Rubi writes. “I been such a big fan so for her to f**k with my music is crazy. Thank you for this opportunity and giving a young and upcoming b**ch some light. You’re a real ass b**ch.”
In July, K CAMP released a project titled RARE Family as a follow up to his April release KISS 5, which included features from Ari Lennox, Jeremih, Yella Beezy, Yung Bleu, Wale, 6lack, and more. He just dropped off a visual for his collab song with Jacquees on the project “What’s On Your Mind” earlier this month. The new “Pogo” video isn’t the first time Rubi and K CAMP displayed their support for each other online, as Camp’s KISS 5 tracklist announcement actually came in the form of an assist from Rubi Rose herself.
Watch Rubi Rose’s new “Pogo” music video featuring K CAMP below.
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