As you may recall, K Camp shared the most recent work he has been working on, Vibe Forever, back in August. The well-received album included several appearances from Doe Boy and Ne-Yo across a total of 12 songs, all of which were well received. Keeping up with the pace, Atlanta native Adam Levine dropped another offering for his upcoming album yesterday, releasing the official music video for his song “If These Walls Could Talk.” In the music video, which was directed by Andrew Percival, fans get a glimpse of a love affair between two lovers during an intimate night. In the song, K Camp talks about knowing the value he can bring to the table when he raps:
A full-length album called FLOAT was released back in the year 2021, followed by Vibe Forever. Among the artists who graced that project were Trey Songz, Mooski, and the late PnB Rock, who appeared on the Ginuwine-sampling “Life Has Changed” single that was the second single to make its debut on that project. In the past, he wrote Kiss 5, the last chapter of the fan-favorite series he started writing in 2013 that he continued to write over the years. Several months later, he returned to the project and dropped the official deluxe version of the album. This version added six more tracks and a new feature that was performed by Sevyn Streeter.
During a recent interview with a national journalist, K Camp the music video artist for “Lottery” shared the best part of being an independent artist with us. According to him, ownership means “you own it.” It means more paper. “I’m able to do all the things I want to do because I’m more creative.” In other words, I’m able to be as free with my art as I like. In other words, it means I will drop when I am ready to drop. Having the ability to drop in real time is absolutely crucial nowadays.”