Superstar producer Bobby Kritical can only be described as the wave of the future.
The certified platinum producer has most notably laid down the beat for Lil Uzi Vert, Future, and was the Executive Producer for K Camp’s third studio album Wayy 2 Kritical. The 808 blending producer has linked up with Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, and Rick Ross, among others, and recently sat down with Revolt to discuss how he develops in-studio chemistry with some of Hip-Hop’s biggest names including his longtime friend and collaborator K Camp.
“I’ve known [K Camp] for about 10 years. We have chemistry because we’ve bonded outside of the music. We’re like family,” Bobby Kritcal said. “I met him through my buddy Sy Ari Da Kid who had a studio off of Windy Hill Rd. All of the artists would come there to record because it was one of the biggest studios at Cobb County. Camp came in one day, Sy made the introduction, and we’ve been working since then. We’re like brothers, so when we’re in the studio, I’m 1000 times more comfortable trying new s**t and not feeling like I have to conform. I can be myself and he’ll accept that.
In regards to leaks, the super-producer states that while the experience isn’t the best, there isn’t too much that an artist can do. marketing-wise, once the unreleased record hits the web.
“It’s a drag and not much you can do about it,” Kritical continued. “Once it’s leaked, you can officially release it, but that hinders the artist because they may not have planned to release it then. A lot of times artists will just scrap the record. As a producer, you feel like you missed out on a potential placement or a potential check.”
While Bobby Kritical’s work with notable artists is well known, the Atlanta-bred producer revealed that there are quite a few names that he’s worked with he’s hoping to be released soon, including a project with Houston-bred rapper Travis Scott.
“I was told Travis [Scott] grabbed a few records from my dawg FKi 1st,” Kritical said. “I don’t have a name for it, but the way he’s speaking, it might actually come out. I’m also dropping my singles “Perculator” by T Hood and “back2back” by Reese Laflare and Felipe soon.”
Read Bobby Kritcal’s interview with Revolt here.
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