K Camp

Video: K Camp - 'Good Problem'

  /  08.02.2017

K Camp turns his life into art in the video for his latest single, “Good Problem.”

Helmed by director Sharef Alabede, the artistic visual was shot inside of a Los Angeles gallery, where a giant-sized King Slum towers over elderly visitors. Elsewhere, Camp is surrounded by lovely models in neon-colored exhibits.

According to the rapper-singer’s camp, the video is meant to symbolize a celebrity’s relationship with the public. However, it explains how, in K Camp’s world, that’s a “Good Problem” to have.

Before releasing the video, King Slum announced that “Good Problem” and his previously-released song “Racks Like This” are “for the culture.”

In between those tracks, King Slum also appeared in the video for Snoop Dogg’s “Trash Bags” and remixed SZA’s “The Weekend.”

Up next, Camp is working on the follow-up to his 2015 debut, Only Way Is Up.


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