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This guy needs to blow up


Expecting this album to be one of his greatest success. GO CAM!

1993, vol. 2 REVIEW

I first heard of Cam Meekins on Datpiff about two weeks after 1993 was dropped. I’ve followed his music ever since. I’ve seen his growth and maturity as an artist and producer. This album is definitely an improvement, but he has a lot more from to grow.

Here is my track by track review (THESE ARE MY OPINIONS):

1. Dreams (6/10) - Not the best on this album. The beat doesn’t seem to do much and the chorus is was a disappointing start to the album.

2. Wiz Khalifa (9/10) - This was one of the best tracks on the album. It’s simple and catchy. It’s the typical “Cam Meekins Summer Jam” and the chorus is easy to memorize and sing to. Good production on this track. The only critique is how short the verses are.

3. Hater (8/10) - This was a track that I liked and grew to appreciate more as I listened. The verses are well put together and true to the fan base that Meekins preaches to. We listen to him because he puts out genuine music and so it’s only right for him to make an anthem about this frustration. It sounds different from his typically style. A sort of reggae, punk rock sound with rap.

4. Falling (7/10) - This track does little for me as of right now. This one will probably be a track that will have to grow on me, but right now it seems like a filler song. I love the guitar though and I believe this is a rare and possibly first time guitar solo from Cam.

5. Slow Down (10/10) - If you’re looking for the track that best represents the first 1993, this is it. This sounds like it was made back in the 1993 album and was just pushed to the second volume. The lyrics are probably the best on this album and the chorus is very “sing-able” like the track “Wiz Khalifa.” Overall my favorite off the album.

6. Oh Word?! (feat. Jitta on the Track) (9.5/10) - This is my second favorite song on this album. The beat absolute rocks and when it hits the chorus, I cannot help but jam to it. The beat is by far the best part of this song and Cam delivers a Meekins styled braggadocios type of flow. Jitta delivers a fairly witty and clever verse and was a fitting feature for this album and song.

7. Where It All Comes From (4/10) - My least favorite. Too slow. I like the lyrics, but that’s even a stretch. Just not my favorite or anywhere close.

8. Top of the World (8/10) - Being the first single, this song has been a little overplayed on my iTunes, but I still love it. A little bit too close to the poppy sound that I tend to dislike from Cam, but it’s just far enough away to like it. Love the guitar and production on this one.

9. Run Around (6/10) - Another doozy of a track. Just not a track that i want to run home and show all my friends. It doesn’t do much with the beat and I have honestly not listened enough to know what the lyrics are doing. Just ehh..

10. Gone (Reprise) (8/10) - This was a solid reprise of an already personal favorite. When comparing the two, it really shows his advance in production and musical talents in just two years. I love the idea of bringing back the old and making it new. Maybe your next reprise could be Far Away or Don’t Be a B***h? Both good possibilities.

Overall the album was a huge improvement on the production end and lyricism. Cam Meekins delivered a consistent album that I’m sure will grow on me as I listen further. Can’t wait for September/Octoberish when he usual delivers his next project. For now, I will enjoy 1993, vol. 2.

FAVORITE TRACK(S): Slow Down, Oh Word?!, and Wiz Khalifa
LEAST FAVORITE TRACK(S): Where It All Comes From and Run Around


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '10s

Growing up both a pop (Dave Matthews Band, Sublime) and hip-hop fan (Jay-Z, Kanye West), Boston-based rapper Cam Meekins was perfectly positioned to follow in the footsteps of genre-blending rappers likes Asher Roth and Mac Miller, but he wasn't necessarily influenced by either. At the age of 15, a vacationing Meekins was involved in a jet-ski accident that required months of recovery, a time which the aspiring musician used to plan his debut. Partnering with producer Matty Trump, Meekins dropped...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: May 21, 2014
  • Parental Advisory

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