Ill Camille’s last album was Illustrated. It dropped December 2012. That is an incredibly long time to wait for one of the game’s most promising MCs. To put that in some perspective, Kendrick Lamar dropped good kid, m.A.A.d city about a month before Ill Camille released Illustrated.
So what has Camille been up to all these years? The Compton-rapper has been playing the back, writing tracks for Terrace Martin.
However, after almost five years, Ill Camille has released something for herself: Heirloom is the rapper’s third album, and it’s probably her most personal and introspective one yet.
The project features appearances from Camp Lo, SiR, Javonte, Iman Omari, George Anne Muldrow and more.
The album is lead by “São Paulo,” which is a jam we were able to premiere here at OKP, and which features Rose Gold and TDE‘s Punch.