Listen: Post Malone feat. Key! - Came Up
Two underground rap leaders team up for a Spring anthem.
We featured Texas artist Post Malone's FKi-produced track White Iverson as one of the top songs to come out of 2015 so far in our Pilerats' Mid-Year Report Card, and COLT also included the track in their 10/10 Would Listen for Pilerats, calling it “nothing less than a rap anthem for 2015". Today Post Malone shared a new track, Came Up, that sees him team up with Atlanta rapper Key! (you know his big track, Look at Wrist) - both of these guys are in the same ilk when it comes to underground rap in 2015, and they've both spoken of their appreciation for each others' work, so its sweet to see them team up.
In the track, PM ruminates on the uncertainty he's been feeling following the fame his hit has brought him. Key! chimes in with similar sentiments - having an unusually down to earth rap dialogue with PM about how they're both enjoying the riches of their success but are scared of what's next. The basketball themes Malone set up in White Iverson continue in this one, with the track artwork paying tribute to legendary NBA duo John Stockton and Karl Malone. Key! has also dropped another newbie today, Store Run, on his SoundCloud.
Listen to Came Up below: