Baller Alert, Baller Alert, Baller Alert! Welcome to another episode of The Baller Alert Show. On this episode, K Camp talks about being blackballed, rebranding himself, viral dance, TikTok distribution deal and more.
“For all the dogs have officially dropped by Drake. What do you guys think?” asked OCT.
“I think this is one of Drake’s best albums,” said Ferrari.
People say he isn’t evolving, but he has evolved. He’s catering to the youth,” said BT.
“Joe Budden had a lot to say about it,” said OCT.
“We gotta stop with the age shamming,” said BT. “You can’t tell a grown man who to hang with.”
“I do think Joe Budden is entitled to his own opinion. He’s good at what he does and the content that he puts out,” said Ferrari.
“The only 0/5 team left is the Carolina Panthers,” said Ferrari.
“It sounds like they need to call Cam Newton back,” said Ferrari.
“NBA is back, preseason,” said Ferrari.
The cast agreed that they are rooting for the Hawks.
“What do y’all think about the new quarterback the Falcons have?” asked BT.
“I don’t want to talk about it,” said Ferrari.
“When did you start rapping,” asked Ferrari.
“Probably like 8th grade going into 9th grade,” said K Camp.
“What inspired that?” asked OCT.
“My family comes from a lot of music background. My uncle played the bass, my aunt sang, and my grandma sang,” said K Camp.
K Camp shared that he attended college but dropped out after his books were stolen.
“Money Baby was a massive record for you. I still play it to this day,” said Ferrari,
“I hate going to these clubs where they still play these records. I hate hearing old shit. Since then, I put out too many records for them to still play those records.,” said K Camp.
When did you record Cut Her Off? What was your life like then? Did you think it was a hit?
“Naw, I was vibing. I was expressing myself that day.
I was a little drunk. I had a little play that was supposed to pull up. I went into the studio and just started rapping,” said K. Camp.
“What’s the process when you make these songs?” asked BT.
“Have fun,” said K Camp.
Why did you. move to LA? asked OCT.
“I got blackballed. It happened at Sweet Lounge. It was a lot of DJs in the building that night. I’m on stage, I’m drunk af. He said he had some platinum plaques, and I just started giving them out. I got a call from Ice Berg saying it ain’t looking to good for you,” said K. Camp.
“Before you came back to Atlanta, what was your mind like?” asked OCT.
“If these niggas ain’t fucking with me no more, it is what it is,” said K Camp.
Earlier this year, you signed an independent partnership with TikTok distribution Rare Sound. How did that deal come about?
“I was at my studio, and I was told that he had XYZ with producers at the studio. This random dude kept talking while I was in the studio. He was a fan of my work, and he said a song that I didn’t expect him to know. He shared that Tok Tok was interested. He ended up getting a job, and we made a play,” said K Camp.
“Is K Camp in a relationship?” asked Ferrari.
“No,” said K Camp.
“What happened?” asked BT.
“She happened,” said K.Camp.
“What are your views on the dating pool?” asked OCT.
“I attract some good women but need to learn how to keep them. I get bored quickly. I need inspiration to make this music,” said K Camp.
“What are some mistakes you have made but are better now?” asked OCT.
“The biggest mistake I made is not being on top of my business in the very beginning. Having a good lawyer and reading contracts. Everything else was a lesson,” said K Camp.
K Camp shared that he has three artists and two producers. “We’re going to a new rebrand phase,” said K Camp.
“Did you ever fix your relationships with the Djs,” asked OCT.
“Yeah, we came back and gave out plaques,” said K Camp.