AUDIO: Cam’ron – Golden Friends


Killa drops off some new music for the fans entitled “Golden Friends”  The track finds Cam doing his thing over a Cythina Fee sample from “Thank You For Being A Friend” which was used on the ’80’s sitcom The Golden Girls.  Just an interesting side note.

VIDEO: Cam’ron performs “Hey Ma” & “I Really Mean It” | Boiler Room

Cam recently stopped by the Boiler Room to give a live performance of his classic hits “Hey Ma” and “I Really Mean It”.

One of New York’s hero’s came through the BR NY edition of W Hotels #WDND to rock the packed suite after Solange’s set. Watch Cam’ron deliver his hits “Hey Ma” and “I Really Mean It” live from the 57th floor in Time Square.


VIDEO: Waka Flocka Disses Gucci Mane At Dipset 10-Year Anniversary Show

Check out the post below to see how it all went down as Dipset took the stage and treated fans to a special night in celebration of 10 years of Diplomatic Immunity.  However, cameras also captured when special guest Waka Flocka took the time out to send a shot directly at Gucci Mane.  At the 1:20 mark Waka can be heard rapping, “fuck that nigga Gucci and free my nigga Boosie…”.  We’ll have to wait and see if Gucci will respond back.

VIDEO: Dipset – Diplomatic Immunity 10-Year Anniversary Concert

Dipset is alive and well and recently took their act to Midtown Manhattan’s B.B. King’s venue to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Diplomatic Immunity. Cam’ron, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones, J.R. Writer and Freaky Zeeky all came together and performed to a packed house of anxious Dipset fans with classic hits like “Dipset Anthem,” “I Really Mean It,” “Oh Boy,” and “Santana’s Town”.  Check out the footage above and below to see how it all went down in New York.

VIDEO: Juelz Santana Talks “Sho Nuff” w/ Pitch Fork

Santana recently took a trip over to the Harlem Karate Institute with Pitch Fork TV to discuss getting back in the rap game with his latest mixtape God Willn’.  The two discuss the opening track “Sho Nuff” which samples a scene from the classic film The Last Dragon.  Santana also shares his take on current New York hip hop, working with unsigned and untapped producers, his plans for the future and kicks the traditional Pitch Fork freestyle to close things out.