K Camp On Ending The "K.I.S.S." Series, Success Of "Lottery" On Tik-Tok

K Camp has returned with the latest installment of his "K.I.S.S." lineage of project. The Atlanta rapper first began the series of albums back in 2011 has steadily shown the rapper's growth starting as a newcomer in the Atlanta rap scene to now one of the most consistent artists out of ATL.

Camp is joined on "K.I.S.S. 5" by several artists who all lend their unique voices to Camp smooth melodies and bars, some of these include the likes of Yella Beezy, Jeremih, Wale, Tink, 6lack, Ari Lennox, Jacquees, Fabo, Yung Bleu and Joe Trufant. 

With this project set to be the final installment in the series of albums Camp shed some light on why he felt now was the time to finish out the series:

"I just feel like I did my due diligence with it, 2012 to 2020, it's a strong 8 years, it might have even been going on before that, you know when you do a song real real good and you just wanna leave it at that. I could keep going on and dropping, but I like the way this one felt, and how the fans took it in, so I'm just gonna leave it at that"

To add to the success of the album, K Camp was super excited over the fact that none other than 50 Cent who appeared on Good Morning America and when asked what album he was listening to during the quarantine he smiled and said "K.I.S.S. 5". Responding to seeing 50 give his album some love Camp had this to say:

"It was lit, you feel me, I woke up and saw someone tagged me in it and was like nahhhhh, this s--t up now, someone gotta holla at 50 I'm trying to be in the next Power or something"

With the success of the album, Camp also has one of the biggest songs in the world thanks to "Lottery" and the help of the social media app Tik Tok! Camp also has a lot of love for 14-year-old Jalaiah Harmon who was the original creator of the dance. Back when the dance gained popularity many were upset due to the lack of love and credit she wasn't getting.

But the Atlanta rapper made sure that he paid respect and even met up with her to dance. Speaking on how important it was for him to make sure she got the credit she deserved he had this to say:

"It was a very important man, I woulda felt crazy if i didn't, it was off the simple fact that when the dance popped off and she ain't get her credit she probably felt like wow nobody f--k with me, I wish someone would give me my credit, but I know how that feels and she a part of the culture, black excellence "It was very important (to give her credit) I woulda felt crazy if I didn't, off the simple fact that when the dance popped off and she didn't get her credit she probably felt like damn nobody f--ked with me like I wish somebody gave me my credit, I know how that feel. Plus she's apart of the culture, black excellence, it was black history month and I just had to turn that s--t up man"

Since the release of the song, Camp has release two remixes to "Lottery" one featuring T-Pain and the other featuring fellow ATL native Quavo.

While the quarantine may have stopped Camps plans from giving his fans a propper tour, he has been doing his best to show love, throwing a virtual release party online for the album.

Before signing off he wanted to give a message to everyone at home whether they be creatives, rappers or just your everyday person

"Coming from K Camp man, stay focused, turn the news off, I had to turn the news off after the first three/four days, I had to just cut it out and just focus on getting into my normal routine I was doing before this all happened. If you let yourself get drowned in all the bad news your whole world gets depressed, and everything you think about is negative, cut the negative out, stimulate your mind. Read some books, figure out some businesses you can do when you get out of the quarantine, get your mind right."

Make sure to check out the full conversation above and listen to K Camp's "K.I.S.S. 5" on iHeart Radio here

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