Ill Camille has been a vital member of the L.A. music scene for some years. Kendrick Lamar used her vocals prominently for the good kid, m.A.A.d city track “Sing About Me,” she has worked with other TDE artists and has written for different projects involving Terrace Martin.
At the same time, Camille was developing her own material with her fellow peers such as MNDSGN, Iman Omari, DJ Battlecat, Like (Pac Div) Georgia Anne Muldrow & SiR, who are all featured on Heirloom, just like TDE co-president Punch. Heirloom production ranges from smooth, G-Funk-esque West Coast beats to live & organic soulful beats, working as the perfect backdrop for Camille’s powerful, intelligent and thought-through lyrics.
The album is deeply personal revolving around the issues that matter in her life from friends and family, her role as a woman and the heirloom of her and her surroundings: “I feel like everyone are heirlooms of our mothers and fathers. A heirloom is just something that’s passed down through a family. We get heirlooms in the form of game, encouragement or wise words. I know everyone has an aunt or uncle that’s given them some bars about life in general. I have a village around me that have given me heirlooms in the form of conversations”
1) Black Gold
2) Warrior Sankofa feat. Camp Lo, Deion, Mmykk Shevy
3) Trust Me feat. Sha’leah Nikole & SiR
4) Home feat. Damani Nkosi
5) Almost There feat. SiR
6) Live It Up feat. Iman Omari
7) Fight On feat. Preston Harris & Damani Nkosi
8) Spider’s Jam feat. Georgia Anne & JaVonte’
9) Slip Away feat. Amaru
10) Again feat. The Fernando Pullum Creative Arts Center, Ryck Jane, Marcus Garvey Elementary
12) Still a Lady feat. Tiffanie Cross, Shava’sha Dickerson, Wyann Vaughn
14) Sao Paulo feat. Punch & Rose Gold
15) Few Days feat. JaVonte’ & Marknoxx