Cam the Underacheefer & B$inatra presenting the visuals for their new single release, ‘Suspect’
B$inatra, born in East Flatbush, New York and raised in Oakland, California. She started rapping in 2018 and is well on the way to creating a new wave of music by combining a New York-style rap with Bay Area influences and also with an Atlantic twist (like Migos meets Jay-Z) to produce a unique sound worth tuning into. She is drawing from artists such as DMX, G Herbo, Missy Elliot, Tierra Whack, and Young MA. B$inatra is able to switch between harmonic hits and “chopper” like flows to create hard-hitting yet sophisticated tracks that audiences can always revisit and enjoy. The energy for “Suspect’ is exhilarating by making you want to “mosh pit” or “turn up”. B$inatra says you should listen to this single at parties and in your car to “get lit”. Also, “Suspect” brings you into a world that you’re not used to being in.
Cam the Underacheefer hails from Sacramento, California, but has spent time developing his craft in Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York, and the Bay Area to create an aggressive yet versatile sound. Raunchy high energy “rage rap” with a hint of west coast influences such as P-Funk and G-Funk. East Coast artists Busta Rhymes and DMX also provide context to the energy and vibe of Cam’s music. The high octane energy of Cam’s music makes the audience want to feel “raged up” and acceptable. The music video “Suspect” is a representation of a group of versatile individuals that are having fun and being themselves. This music video can also be taken as an acceptance of a diverse group of people.