Elcamino releases ‘2K20’ video featuring Che Noir.
Elcamino is one of the most important talents emerging from Buffalo, New York currently, and yet heâ€™s still treated as the stepchild of Griselda. As with Benny The Butcher before him, heâ€™s been quietly playing the background until itâ€™s his time. However, considering the momentum he built in 2019 and what he has planned for 2020, that time might be right now.
After dropping his self-titled debut in early 2018, Elcamino appeared on almost every track on Bennyâ€™s A Friend of Ours EP the same year. He then followed that up with a strong sophomore effort titled Walking On Water. In 2019 the baby-faced Buff rapper dropped his third LP, Donâ€™t Eat The Fruit, the well-received Lot and Abraham EP, a joint project with Dutch beat architect Oh Jay titled Whereâ€™s My Pyrex?, and finished the year strong with his highly-anticipated Elcamino 2 album; where Camino & Speshâ€™s collaboration â€œStove Topsâ€ was â€œStove Topsâ€ was highlighted by Pitchfork as Track Of The Day.
Youâ€™d think that would be enough to start getting on the mediaâ€™s radar, but as to not leave anything to chance, he just dropped yet another album Martyrs Prayer. This offering is fully produced by in-demand multi-hyphenate 38 Spesh. The sole feature on the project is by the buzzing Trust Army lieutenant Che Noir and today Elcamino released the visual forÂ “2K20.”