K Camp faces the same question a number of post-Future Atlanta rappers have had to: how do they stand out among the stiff competition of rapper-turn-hook singers? Rich Homie Quan raised his profile by appearing on crossover hooks for YG’s “My Nigga” and Yo Gotti’s “I Know”; Young Thug is, well, Young Thug–but K Camp has struggled to find that kind of unique selling point. At the very least, he’s gained some unique recognition for his infamous mean streak against the women he mentions in his songs. Similar to the hit “Cut Her Off,” once the “No Manners” chorus rolls around a second time, it is stuck in your mind the rest of the week–for better or worse. He doesn’t boast Future’s reliability or Young Thug’s eccentricity, but K Camp’s making a bit of a name all the same.