K Camp freestyles over Coi Leray’s “No More Parties”
He’s also dropped off recent cuts like “Don’t Drink Dasani (Freestyle)” and “Genuine Love (Freestyle).”
Aside from delivering anthem after anthem, K Camp has continuously blessed fans with his freestyles over the years as well. For his latest offering, he hops on “No More Parties,” a recent viral hit by Coi Leray. The track also got an upgrade after Lil Durk added his touch to its remix as well last week.
In terms of freestyles, K Camp has dropped off recent cuts like “Don’t Drink Dasani (Freestyle)” and “Genuine Love (Freestyle).” In November, he unleashed the deluxe version of his KISS 5 project, which includes six additional tracks and a new feature from Sevyn Streeter. KISS 5 is the final installment of his series and included features from Ari Lennox, Jeremih, Yella Beezy, Yung Bleu, Wale, 6lack, and more.
From the project, Camp has dropped off a visual for his collab song with Jacquees on the project titled “What’s On Your Mind” and also for “Top 10” featuring Yella Beezy. He also linked with Rubi Rose for her single “Pogo” and tapped in with True Story Gee on the singles “Big Dawg Status” and “Racks” last year. Prior to that, K Camp released RARE Family as a follow up project to keep the momentum of his collective going.
In an interview with REVOLT from earlier this year, K Camp delved into how he’s satisfied with his Kiss series:
I just felt like, you know, I’ve been doing the Kiss series for about 10 years — since 2011. So, I think I did my time and did good with this project. With the fifth one, I put some features on there, I was satisfied, the music sounded good, the production sounded good, and I just wanted to end it on a good note.
Be sure to press play on K Camp’s new “No More Parties” freestyle down below.
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