Residing in LA but continuing to make trips back and forth from New Jersey, East Coast bred and West Coast residing rapper Camden Premo is back again with a new package of music sure to engage fans. Taking aim at Fetty Wap’s spot atop the New Jersey rap scene, Camden Premo targets Fetty Wap after he “put a stain on the New Jersey rap scene with mumble raps and pop songs.”
“This is a really big project for me. After selling out small local venues with my core fans, I wanted to give them this project to look forward to the future. We are turning a corner and I want them to be able to see the progress and growth in my music,” Camden Premo explained.
“When people find out I’m from Jersey they ask about Fetty Wap and the reality is, we don’t listen to Fetty Wap, his shit is candy pop music. My shit is for the streets. That wave is over and now its time for my Hooligans movement to get its proper due.”
Dubbed Memoirs of a Hooligan, Camden Premo delivers what is likely to be his most accomplished project to date with highlights including his hit song “Out The Frame.” With production that’s as fire as the ‘woods that Premo smokes daily, Premo is confident this project will get the attention of the masses. Infused with trap beats, lyrics and infectious hooks Camden Premo is proving why so many labels and the media have gravitated to his charismatic demeanor.
In the coming month, Camden Premo will release visual for his song “Out The Frame” which is backed by bass driven street medleys and combined with witty, smoked out, braggadocios lyrics.
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