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Smoke DZA is back to drop off another collab this time with Killa Cam entitled “Ghost Of Dipset” from his upcoming project. This is New York at its finest. Look out for Dream.ZONE.Achieve from DZA to drop on April 1st.
As it seems everyone suddenly wants to hop on Soulja Boy’s “We Made It” instrumental, Killa Cam is no different and adds a verse of his own.
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Cam and A-Trak announced last week that they were working on a joint project titled Federal Reserve and today we get to hear the first offering, “Humphrey”, off the EP. If you weren’t excited about getting new Cam’ron music before you definitely will be after listening to this track because it reminds us of the classic Dipset Cam.
The next set of ‘Top 5 Mixtapes of 2013′ comes from the legendary DJ Scream. Not only is DJ Scream one of the top DJ’s in the mixtape game, he also has one of the best ears for good music and talent because he is consistently breaking new artists with his mixtapes. So you know his list is going to be some great choices. Arguably one of the most influential DJ’s in the business, he also mixes for Hot 107.9 and hosts his own show Hoodrich Radio on Sirius XM Hip Hop Nation.
Check out DJ Scream’s top projects of the year on the rest of the pages.
Cam pays a visit to 106 & Park’s The Backroom to spit some bars off the top of the dome. Killa’s Ghetto Heaven tape is available now.
Mixtape Review: Cam’Ron – Ghetto Heaven Courtesy of Skinny Friedman
For a lesser rapper than Cam’ron, Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1 would get some smirks and maybe a sideeye from Miss Info at most. On paper, it’s a no-frills tape with extremely bootleg art of Ronald McDonald brandishing a burner. The artist is almost a decade removed from the height of his popularity, when he could credibly beef with Jay-Z and 50 Cent. But Cam is different, a totally unique voice in the rap game that nobody can replace. The excellent Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1 would be a great comeback if it felt like Killa ever left.
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Cam’ron sits down with Complex to break down a few of the stand-out tracks from his Ghetto Heaven mixtape. If you have not heard Killa’s tape yet you are missing out on some classic Cam.
For the first time ever Killa Cam stops by Power 105.1′s The Breakfast Club to speak on a few topics. Cam talks his new project Ghetto Heaven, being banned from the 40/40 Club, The Diplomats, Ma$e and more. Check out the second half of the interview after the jump.