New Kingdom is the debut album by American jazz trumpeter Roy Campbell recorded in 1991 and released on the Delmark label. According to Roy, the title refers to "a whole generation of musicians who've been overlooked, musicians who use avant-garde techniques to develop stuff that refers to the tradition". "I Remember Lee" is dedicated to Roy's teacher Lee Morgan, while "For C.T.", composed by bassist William Parker, is a tribute to valve trombonist Clifford Thornton.
Alex Henderson, in his review for AllMusic claims "New Kingdom is Campbell's most essential album".The Penguin Guide to Jazz states "the idea of New Kingdom is to create music that salutes the tradition and still pays heed to the avant-garde."