One of the youngest up-and-coming artists representing the “New West”, born and raised in San Diego California. Kam Wil has the streets talking, Kam has been in a studio making music since he was in the 10th grade (2008). His debut mixtape “The Great Mixtape” was released on his birthday 4/18/14, he then re-released the mixtape on livemixtapes.com7/31/14 with a lot of extra things added. Kam Wil cites The Notorious B.I.G, Snoop Dogg and 50 cent as the biggest influences in his music.
“I Want You ft Bryson Tiller [prod by DALETHEEWHVLE]” is undeniably a laidback sofa anthem. Though mellow, this song has heat, so you can ride to it too! There have not been too many rap tracks that have come out over the past few years that are not worth the space it takes up on your drive. A lot of newer rappers seem to have no talent. They can’t rap, the beats sounds like it was thrown together in a few minutes, and every song sound almost the same. Thank heavens that artists like Kam Wil have got it.
Sure it’s got catchy RnB vocal hooks and mainstream appeal, but the trump card is in Kam Wil’s flow. It is easy going, vital and simple to understand – not the usual preachy in-your-face, braggadocio stuff. He has refined his game to near perfection here.
While the production by DALETHEEWHVLE is sumptuously delicious, Kam Wil displays a controlled sense of urgency, swiftness and acuteness in his flow, as he rolls and rhymes throughout the verses. Finding comfort with a pen and a pad, we get to see a much more reflective and sensitive side to Kam Wil as he serenades his lady and toasts to seduction and love, which to me makes his persona even more interesting.
All-round, Kam Wil lays it down straight. “I Want You ft Bryson Tiller [prod by DALETHEEWHVLE]” is tight with a phat beat and a smooth vocal jam.