K Camp talks to HipHopDX about the current state of R&B being in a good place after falling off a few years ago before COVID-19 impacted.
K Camp recently caught up with HipHopDX following the release of his FLOAT album, which features Trey Songz, PnB Rock and Track Star hitmaker, Mooski. During the interview, he talked about the current state of R&B being in a good place after falling off for a little while. I think its stronger than it was a couple years ago, he admitted. Cause time be flying. COVID fucking up with time, but I think it was right before COVID, R&B was dead for a second. Like, nobody was trying to hear no R&B. You know what what Im saying? It was straight rap. But its back. A lot of dope artists emerging and coming up with that flavor. So both scenes, the rap scene, trap scene, the R&B scene, the indie pop, all that underground shit, its strong. Its in the wave coming too, but you gotta just stay ahead and know whats emerging next with the kids. He continued, Cause the kids is whats really cooking up that shit and about to come out with some shit that be like, What the fuck is this?! when SoundCloud and all that shit came. Its always something new. So as an artist, as an innovator, as somebody who likes to stay ahead of the curve, you always gotta know whats coming. And at least not attach yourself to it, but make allies and affiliate with it so you aint out the loop. You aint gotta just jump, fall into it if that aint you, but dont decline it. Fuck with it. As far as Billboard charts are concerned, the likes of WizKid, Doja Catand Normani are dominating the Hot R&B Songs at the moment, with Doja Cat, The Weeknd and Giveon on top of the Top R&B Albums. In November 2020, K Camp spoke to RNGLDR about singing in his music and influencing the next generation of artists. If you go back through my projects, Ive been singing and putting melodies in my records, he said. Before people even knew who K CAMP was, I was trying to hold a note trying to create a melodic sound. So honestly, I feel like my path was a transition of really growing into my own sound, you know what Im saying? Read more