K Camp and his #RareSound team are back with new music. This week, the former XXL Freshman and his buzzing artist True Story Gee team up for a new freestyle over Meek Mill's track "Save Me." The introspective record finds Camp and Gee trading bars with each other, showing off their chemistry as they rap about haters, pitfalls and triumphs.

"Pray to God, I ain't gotta be broke no more/No, I ain't tryna see my folks on T-shirts no more/This rap money comin' in, don't need work no more/And I dont felt so much pain, it don't hurt no more," raps True Story Gee.

The Atlanta head honcho is currently gearing up to drop Slum Lords 2 sometime later thus year. True Story Gee will drop his debut project Shannon's Boy this year plus Camp's DJ, DJ Genius, is set to release his mixtape 98' Jamaica.

2017 has been a busy year for K Camp. He has released his K.I.S.S. 4 mixtape, which followed in the footsteps of his sophomore EP, Lyric Ave and RARE mixtape this year.

Bump "Save Me Freestyle" below,

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