Cameron Butler Embraces His ‘Dark Days’

BANY (Born Again New York) Records emcee Cameron Butler has been known to release ill arranged bodies of work, so it’s no surprise that his 3rd album offering embodies just that.

Entitled Dark Days, the North Carolina mainstay revisits the inner and outermost of thoughts that many turn away from. However, the ardent wordsmith recognizes the beauty within the darkness and constructs an incessant 10-track offering with an optimistic closing. Meticulously weaving together a handful of ominous beats with his belligerent yet inviting lyrical deliverance, Butler grows through motions. As we follow in his footsteps, words spew in laidback shifts, while the young come up raises his voice. More so, he doesn’t tower over the instrumental(s) neither drowns in the background, he vigilantly hustles in a harmonious effort.

The album includes collaborations with Wonge, and Mutant Academy’s Henny L.O. and Fly Anakin. Get into Dark Days down below.