Cam’Ron continues the influx of new music with two new tracks. Look out for 1st Of The Month Vol. 2, coming early next month.
Cam’ron delivers another video from his 1st Of The Month Vol. One project, available now. http://theredcity.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/camron-pits.mp4
From Cam’s 1st of The Month Vol. One EP, available now.
Cam will release an accompanying short film series for his First Of The Month EP series, due July 1st. He also debuts the “Funeral” video today.
Cam’Ron will deliver the first volume of his 1st Of The Month EP series on July 1st. Check out the artwork and tracklist down below. 1. Other Side (feat. Sen City) 2. Talk About It 3. Funeral 4. Put It In The Sky (feat. UN KASA) 5. Homicide
Noisey caught up with Cam’ron in London so he could field YouTube commenters burning questions on capes, rainbow coloured fur and Dipset super fans.
Cam’ron speaks to Westwood about boss & basic chicks, old days of Dipset hanging out in London, his movie Percentage, his girl Juju, making movie deals with Netflix.
Cam’Ron speaks to Fact TV before his abruptly cancelled London show about Dipset, fan tattoos, grime, and more.
Cam’Ron sits in with MTV to speak on his much buzzed A-Trak / Dipset / Just Blaze collaboration from the Federal Reserve project. Get More: Cam’ron, Music News
DJ A-Trak sat down with VladTV to discuss everything from reuniting Just Blaze and Dipset to Cam’ron’s skills in the kitchen. A-Trak revealed that he initially wanted to do a song or two with Cam’ron, but upon meeting they had such an undeniable chemistry that they both decided to do an entire EP together. They [cont.]
A-Trak and Cam’ron are back! Summer anthem “Dipsh*ts” features uncut Cam’ron slick talk over triumphant instrumental blasts from A-Trak, Oliver and Just Blaze, a Dipset-repping Juelz Santana on the hook, and “Champagne Dame” (aka Federal Reserve executive producer Damon Dash) providing a legendary, song closing rant, complete with “Foooooooool’s Gold” shout! This Federal Reserve cut [cont.]
Dear new rappers. Before you pick your rap name, check the history books and make sure there isn’t a pioneering rapper that came before you with the same moniker. Cam’s 1st Of The Month hits May 1st.
Smoke DZA preps for his Dream.Zone.Achieve LP, which hits April 1st.
Cam speaks to Complex about his newfound love for rocking capes, the new collaborative LP with A-Trak entitled Federal Reserve, Bill O’Reilly, and more.
Complex TV goes in the studio during the making of “Federal Reserve” to see how Cam, A-Trak, and Dame Dash pass the time when they’re not making action movies with Complex Studios. Also check out their mock movie trailer, 2 The Hard Way, in the second clip. )
Produced by A-Trak & Party Supplies, from the Federal Reserve EP, dropping this year on Fool’s Gold.
Update: The official press release for the project, Federal Reserve, reads as follows: Having navigated the hip hop and electronic music scenes for over 15 years, A-Trak has established himself as a trusted collaborator to some of their most sought-after figures. This year may prove to see his greatest triumphs yet with a hat trick [cont.]
Cam’Ron shares some embarrassing moments with Complex.
SpliffTV directs this ad for Fancy.Com, a same day delivery service start-up, featuring Cam’Ron and Dame Dash in the spot. Which do you prefer to deliver your package, sexy models or Amazon’s new drone-army?
Camron stopped by Street Sweeper Radio with The Drama King DJ Kay Slay and co host Joy Daily where he discusses his relationship with Juelz Santana and Jim Jones as well as why he enjoys posting his gorgeous fiance JuJu’s assets on instagram.
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