16 Songs, 1 Hour 8 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

When you get called up to XXL’s Freshman Class, and snag verses from T.I., Snoop, and Bun B for your debut LP, it’s probably hard not to feel a little cocky. So Atlanta rapper K Camp just runs with it, rolling out braggadocious rhymes over skittering hi-hats on “Own Boss,” bringing a laidback flow to the bumpin' “I’m Good,” and trading lines with Yo Gotti on the self-identifying “Who Am I.” But it’s on the soulful stunner “Change” that his Only Way Is Up claim is most convincing.

EDITORS’ NOTES

When you get called up to XXL’s Freshman Class, and snag verses from T.I., Snoop, and Bun B for your debut LP, it’s probably hard not to feel a little cocky. So Atlanta rapper K Camp just runs with it, rolling out braggadocious rhymes over skittering hi-hats on “Own Boss,” bringing a laidback flow to the bumpin' “I’m Good,” and trading lines with Yo Gotti on the self-identifying “Who Am I.” But it’s on the soulful stunner “Change” that his Only Way Is Up claim is most convincing.

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