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K Camp Concert
March 21, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
Photo provided by K Camp Official Instagram Page
Tickets for the K-Camp Cincinnati concert are just $20. Get yours today.
The man behind hit singles “Money Baby” and “Cut Her Off’ is finally coming into the limelight. But understand, rapper K Camp is no stranger to the stage. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased online, by calling 513-872-8801 or vising the Bogart’s Box Office. Remember, this venue is standing room only so wear your comfortable shoes.
Groupon is currently selling discount tickets for $15. Get them while they last!
About K Camp
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin but raised on Atlanta’s northside, K Camp is not stranger to making hit records. He formally introduced himself to the city’s rap scene by perfoming at open mic competions alongside the lifes of Waka Flocka Flame, Roscoe Dash, Travis Porter and a few other future stars. His first local hit, “Party All Night”, came out just as song like Waka’s “Oh Let’s Do It and Dash’s All The Way Turnt Up” were starting to blow. Unfornately, his did not make past the state limits.
One year later, K Camp found himself involved with another hit, Mykko Montana’s 2012 club smash “Di It”. Camp sang and wrote the infectious hook and even engineered the song. But, he failed to get the proper recognition for his contribution and barely appeared in the song’s music video.
In 2013, Camp became the talk of the town (and the country) again with his smash, “Money Baby” featuring Kwony Cash. The Big Fruit-profuced track stated off as a freestly initially, and was intended to be a filler track for his mixtape. But the catchy beat and infectious hook turned the song into another win for the young hit maker. 2014 ushered ina new era for Camp as he signed with Intetrscope Records. His club anthem “Cut Her Off” has mae so many waves that industry vets like 2 Chainz came calling to hop on the remix.
The EP, In Due Time, releases digitally on 4/22. It not only speaks to the timing of K Camp’s undeniable rise, but is also an effort to show the world that he is a complete artist and not just a party anthem machine. “I like to party alot, but I want people to know that I’m capable of making good music period,” says K Camp. “When they see what I really bring to the table, they will be amazed.”
K Camp promises that the EP, backed by production from Nash Beats, Big Fruit, and Bobby Kritical will give listeners a true picture of his musical abilities. Citing everyone from Lil Wayne to the Temptations as his inspirations and influences, In Due Time showcases K Camp’s ability to craft songs that can resonate in the club, car and crib.