K Camp is joining the lineup of artists dropping potential summer anthems, as he released his "Good Problem" record last week. The "Comfortable" hitmaker unveils the official music video to the catchy club banger, which sees him turning himself into an art exhibit in a museum to attendees.

The beginning of the visuals, which were directed by Sharef Alabede, shows museum-goers looking at the art on display at the all-white venue, before we see shots of the "Racks Like This" rapper set up in a flower setting surrounded by women. The Southern MC spits some of his catchy rhymes while the ladies pose for the frozen display, before he also gets blown up into triple his size to sit as a statue in another part of the museum.

It's been a busy year to say the least for K Camp, as the former XXL Freshman dropped his K.I.S.S. 4 mixtape, which followed in the footsteps of his sophomore EP, Lyric Ave and RARE mixtape. He is currently hard at work on his sophomore album, which will come out sometime in the near future. Camp says that he's waiting for the "perfect timing" to drop the project, and wants to build the hype up in the meantime.

Watch the official visuals for K Camp's "Good Problem" track below.

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