Camp – Childish Gambino
Camp is the debut studio album by American recording artist Donald Glover, under his stage name Childish Gambino. It was released on November 15, 2011, by Glassnote Records. After releasing four mixtapes and three independent albums, Gambino signed a deal to Glassnote, making Camp his first album on a major record label. The album was co-produced in its entirety by Gambino's longtime collaborator Ludwig Göransson.
Camp received generally positive reviews from critics, debuting at number 11 on the US Billboard 200, selling 52,000 copies in the first week.
A successful author and comedian as a rapper? A game of clichés and repositioning in hip hop." (music express, March 2012)
For his consistently successful debut he has acquired a name from the Wu-Tang universe, but "Camp" sounds considerably fresher than the last albums from the clan environment (Rolling Stone, March 2012)
A2 Fire Fly
A4 All The Shine
A5 Letter Home
B4 Hold You Down
C1 Kids (Keep Up)
C2 You See Me
C4 That Power
D1 Freaks And Geeks (Bonus Track)
D2 My Shine (Bonus Track)
D3 Not Going Back (Bonus Track)
D4 Longest Text Message (Bonus Track)