The string arrangement, written and produced by Southside and Jake One for Kodak Black's "Calling My Spirit," is the ideal backdrop for deep introspection - the reason it was conceived in the first place. With Kodak Black on a slightly less-angular path to mindfulness, the onus was on K Camp to shed new light, on what some might consider a feeble trick of the mind.
K Camp doesn't borrow from the original deck of cards to create the new-look "Calling My Spirit." All there is to do is listen to the murmurs of his gut. Recreating a lucid moment from a resting position is harder than it looks. K Camp had to delete the impression Kodak Black made on the original recording, without falling into a ho-hum pattern. While "Calling My Spirit (Freestyle)" may seem to be nothing more than a rough stencil in the grand scheme of things - but unlike the majority of cipher-runoffs uploaded to SoundCloud, this one might stand the test of time.
Feel like the new Makavell
I done fell in love with myself
Everyone wanna get to heaven
Feel like I'm fighting through hell
Been calling out my spirit
Not too sure if you hear it
Won't let 'em fuck with my spirit.