Dreezy ‘Call It What You Want EP’

We haven’t heard much from Dreezy since her winter signing to Interscope, but that doesn’t mean she wasn’t busy. It looks like the summer will continue to see her breakout with today’s release of the Call It What You Want EP. Dreezy puts down some raps and catchy melodies throughout and is bolstered by a couple features from K. Camp and Teyana Taylor. Listen and digest it all below:

XXL 2015 Freshman Class

XXL’s 2015 Freshman Class is revealed as the annual issue brings about the annual debate and highlights the up and comers from the rap scene that are prime for a big year.

This year’s class: DeJ Loaf, Fetty Wap, GoldLink, K Camp, OG Maco, Raury, Shy Glizzy, Tink, Vince Staples and Kidd Kidd.

Tink reppin’ for the Chi. Any surprises? Kidd Kidd? K Camp? They’re both trending at the moment in Chicago.

My personal favorite of the group: Raury. Lookin’ forward to what’s next for the young Indigo Child outta ATL.

K. Camp f/ Jeremih “Blessing (Remix)”

The ladies should enjoy this one. K. Camp enlists Jeremih to help him with telling his lady she’s a blessing on the official remix, produced by Big Fruit. Jeremih’s fast flow is especially on point as the song as a whole is catchy and melodic. Certainly worthy of a listen for your rotation.

K Camp – “Piece of Love” [Prod. By Nash Beats]

So out of my typical music taste but K Camp’s “Piece of Love” is worth a second look.

K Camp starts the song with one of the most over spoken and relatable statements – “I know you tired of these n*ggas out here”. Humorous and a bit provoking, I couldn’t help but raise my hand and shout in agreement, “YES! THEY PLAY SO HARD IN THEIR BOOTY THO!” Okay so I can’t agree with that statement 100% of the time but damn, I feel for those girls who deal with dudes suffering from basic bitch syndrome. Basic or not, K Camp feels our pain and reminds us why we are appreciated.

Although the song alludes to a well-educated stripper getting money (or maybe just a regular chick who likes being on poles, who can even assume right?), the message rather than the literal meaning of the lyrics had me nodding in appreciation. I mean what girl wouldn’t want a guy saying he likes her for being smart? Having her own money? Striving to be the best? Making it out of the ghetto? He sees us and we see him too.

A definite feel-good song, the track is light, not overly analytical but has the right hint of consciousness that make girls hit up their boos with that “…you really ain’t shit without me” text. In better words, listen to him if you just want some slow “body grinding against mine” music. For those who appreciate deep lyrical construction or clever word play, K Camp probably won’t do ya good…unless booty lyricism is your thing.

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