Memphis hip-hop group X-Camp has reunited on a newly released song entitled “Come Together.”
The group, who has had a hiatus off the hip hop scene, released the new music online earlier this month.
X-Camp, who date back more than 10 years, were a prominent hip-hop group out of Memphis that actually helped Russell Simmons and Rev Run, founders of the Hip Hop Summit Action Network and Go Vote Community, get more than 30,000 voters registered in Whitehaven (South Memphis) and other areas of Memphis, Detroit and New York, amongst other accolades. (X-Camp releases new album & helps Hip Hop Summit increase voters)
The song “Come Together” samples the legendary English Rock group The Beatles’ song “Come Together,” which was released in 1969.
The song was released with a promotional cover citing the words “100% Satisfaction Guaranteed Certified Trackman X-clusive,” referring to music producer Trackman, of X-Camp, who released the new single and has been actively producing for himself and other artists such as La Chat, Nasty Nardo and others since the group’s hiatus.
“Us getting back into the studio, it felt wonderful. We actually did it on a whim while all the guys were in town,” stated Trackman to MemphisRap.com.
While everyone was in town the day of the recording of the new single, the rapper and music producer went on to say that the very following day, the group filmed scenes that will be put together for an upcoming music video.
In addition, Trackman disclosed that the song is dedicated to his dad, who recently passed away saying,” this is dedicated to my dad who had our backs always. Rest in peace Pops.”
According to Trackman, X-Camp is set to release an upcoming project “The Black Beatles” while he is also set to drop another project – a solo project entitled “Monsterpreneur.”
Meanwhile, check out the new single “Come Together” by Memphis hip-hop/rap group X-Camp.