Watch The Persona Defining Video For Kamp’s ‘Pop Smoke’

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Kamp is a Nigerian-based rapper, singer, songwriter, and engineer with an eclectic understanding of music which gives him an infinite array of sounds to not only be inspired by but also create. He has been making music for three years now, releasing his first EP, Back Door, in 2017. The EP was his first attempt at sharing consciousness and perspective with his intimate ever-growing audience and since then he has released a handful of other singles and an album, Janitor with tracks such as Pop Smoke, Omolope, and Like Me serving as standouts. Kamp’s music is really personal to him and this has pushed him to thirst after evolution, something that materializes in the just-released video for Pop Smoke.

Pop Smoke is a drill song in which Kamp tried to incorporate #234drill inflections in a bid to put this improvised sound on the hip-hop map and with the help of Suga, he attempts this. The video is a street affair that reflects Kamp’s persona and his narrative. He’s surrounded by friends and supporters who give credence to his story.

Plain in motif and cut throat in Kamp’s performance, the Pop Smoke video is an apt representation of his brand.