It went down last night in New York as Harlem’s own, Cam’ron, put on a show at Stage 48. The Dipset rapper surprised crowd-goers after bringing out Smoke DZA for a few joints. Check out some performance footage of Killa and the Kush God courtesy of EME who was in the building to capture some exclusive visuals.
Killa Cam stays busy and drops some new heat for the streets with a freestyle over Drake’s “We Made It” instrumental. Take a listen as the Harlem bred emcee has some fun on the bouncy instrumental and drops some braggadocios rhymes for the listeners.
Cape season has officially begun and Harlem’s own, Cam’ron, is looking to spark a new fashion trend with the help of Mark McNairy. The Dipset rapper’s new girlfriend, JuJu, was also in attendance for McNairy’s show and even hit the catwalk alongside Killa Cam. Get the full scoop on Cam’ron and McNairy’s new Cape line over at Complex.
Harlem’s own, Cameron Giles, surprises fans and unleashes the first single, “Humphrey,” from his upcoming collaborative EP with producer-DJ, A-trak. Produced by A-trak and Party Supplies, the track finds Cam’ron right at home as he boasts about his moves in the streets and his savvy hustle to make it to the top of rap’s food chain. “Humphrey” and more will be featured on Cam and A-Trak’s Federal Reserve EP.
Dipset’s Cam’ron and Juelz Santana combine forces with Reebok to drop limited holiday colorways of some of the brand’s classic models. Check out this commercial of the duo as they hang out in sunny Miami and hustle a few ballers on the local court with their superior footwear. For what it’s worth, this is pretty entertaining and definitely has its funny moments. You can’t knock the hustle.
Cam’ron stops by DJ Kay Slay’s Streetsweeper Radio to talk with co-host Joy Daily as SiriusXM listeners tuned in to hear the interview go down. The Harlem bred hustler kicks things off by addressing his relationship with Juelz Santana, Jim Jones and explains that in order for a Dipset reunion to happen the circumstances surrounding it have to be right and organic. Killa also gets into what made him post a somewhat questionable picture of his finance JuJu for the world to see on his Instagram account and breaks down his upcoming 1st Of The Month web series which is set to start in January.
Cam’ron makes his first appearance on Power 105’s The Breakfast Club morning radio show and opens up on a number of topics. Killa gives listeners insight behind his relationship with ma$e, following out with Jim Jones, a potential Dipset reunion and much more with DJ Envy, Charlamagne Tha God and Angela Yee. The Harlem bred artist also spoke on his past peef with rap superstars JAY Z and 50 Cent.
Killa calls into DJ Scream and Cory B’s Hoodrich Radio on SiriusXM and touches on his current business endeavors. Cam’ron touches on his Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1 mixtape , the inspiration behind his “Instagram” skit featured on the project and his new series titled 1st of The Month. Killa cam also clarifies that with each new episode fans can expect an EP of new music that will accompany each monthly release. Scream also gets the details from Cam on a potential Dipset reunion album while the rapper also fills listeners in on the albums he’s currently listening to and more.
Cam’ron and Dipset fans should be excited for this new collaborative release between Los Angeles clothing brand Dope and the Harlem bred rapper. Releasing official this Saturday, enthusiasts can select from up to four different limited edition Cam’ron inspired T-Shirts and two hats. The capsule collection will have 100 pieces available per item and can be purchased at their store located in the trendy Los Angeles streetwear area located on Fairfax avenue or their website.
Cam’ron delivers on his promise and finally drops his highly anticipated mixtape Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1. Fans of Killa can expect to hear 18 new songs from Killa and the project boasts features from the likes of Loaded Lux, T.I., Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz and more. CLICK HERE to download Cam’s latest offering with Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1 and take a look at the official tracklisting for the mixtape provided above.