Video: Cam’ron & A-Trak – ‘Dipsh*ts’

Cam'ron and Juelz Santana

Dipset is back. Cam’ron reunites with his fellow Diplomat Juelz Santana in the video for “Dipsh*ts,” his collaboration with A-Trak. The Harlem crew takes it back to hip-hop’s heyday in the Ricky Saiz-directed clip (“‘Yonce”), which features a mink-clad Cam and cameos from Chromeo and Roc-A-Fella co-founder Damon Dash aka “Champagne Dame.”

The explosive summer anthem, produced by Just Blaze, A-Trak, and Oliver, will appear on Cam’ron and A-Trak’s upcoming EP Federal Reserve.

Break out the champagne and head to Harlem with Dipset.

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Cam’ron Debuts Cape Collection at New York Fashion Week


There were turtlenecks, furs, and even capes at New York Fashion Week.

Cam’ron debuted his new cape collection with designer Mark McNairy during the designer’s Fall/Winter 2014 fashion show on Tuesday. Models walked the runway to “Hey Ma,” while Cam, draped in a fur-lined cape with “Dipset” on the back, and his girlfriend JuJu held hands and waved to the crowd.

While Killa Cam was hawking capes, Solange was setting her own trends. The fashionista strut into the Noon by Noor show donning a blue sweater. She changed into a bold orange turtleneck and bright blue coat while seated front row alongside Anna Kendrick at the Milly by Michelle Smith presentation.

Mary J. Blige looked fierce and warm in her fur coat while attending the Dennis Basso show. “Loving life!” tweeted the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul.

Rita Ora slipped into a sexy black dress and joined designer Donna Karan and Katie Holmes at DKNY’s 30th Anniversary show. “Miss Donna Karan. I love everything you are. Thank you. Your show. Amazing #dkny the whole team! I ❤️U!” tweeted Rita.

Melanie Fiona opted for an all-black look at the Alice + Olivia show and Angel Haze suited up for Phillip Lim.

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New Music: Cam’ron & A-Trak – ‘Humphrey’

Federal Reserve

Break out the pink fur. Kill Cam is back. The Harlem rapper has joined forces with Fool’s Gold boss A-Trak for their collaborative EP Federal Reserve. In advance of its spring release, they’ve dropped the first offering “Humphrey” and unveiled the airbrushed artwork, designed by Lamour Supreme.

Cam is in fine form on the bouncy summertime record, produced by A-Trak and Party Supplies.

With Damon Dash serving as executive producer, Federal Reserve will also feature appearances from Cam’s fellow Dipset members Jim Jones and Juelz Santana.

Listen to the first of many collaborations to come.

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New Music: Cam’ron – ‘Golden Friends’


The Golden Girls never sounded so gangsta thanks to Cam’ron. On “Golden Friends,” the Harlem rapper samples Andrew Gold’s 1978 single “Thank You for Being a Friend,” which was later re-recorded by Cynthia Fee and used as the theme song to the 1980s sitcom.

“Killa season has returned,” declares Killa Cam, who shows his appreciation to his friends, God, and Tanya (“For years I tore up her ovaries”).

Hear Cam fire off some friendly rhymes below.

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New Music: Cam’ron – ‘You Know This’


Cam’ron starts the new year off right with new music. On the 10-year anniversary of Dipset’s debut, Killa Cam unleashes “You Know This.” Over a tinkering beat, he rhymes about his bedroom behavior and shouts out his favorite designers. His upcoming album More Gunz, Less Butta is due later this year. Listen to the radio rip below.

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Video: Wiz Khalifa f/ Cam’ron – ‘The Bluff’

Cam'ron and Wiz Khalifa

Wiz Khalifa gets high with Cam’ron in the video for “The Bluff.” The rappers, who both share the first name Cameron, rock fur coats as they kick it in Cam’s Harlem neighborhood. They count their paper and meet up at the laundromat, while boasting about their bank accounts on the laid-back cut, which will appear on Wiz’ upcoming album O.N.I.F.C. (Dec. 4).

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New Music: Wiz Khalifa f/ Cam’ron – ‘The Bluff’

The Bluff

Cameron Thomaz aka Wiz Khalifa meets his namesake Cameron Giles aka Cam’ron on their laid-back collaboration off O.N.I.F.C.

“I’m fu**in’ rich my ni**a, some things I can’t change,” raps Wiz on his boastful bars, while Cam comes through with a winning verse. “I’m Killa, he Wiz, but all our checks say Cameron.”

Due December 4, O.N.I.F.C. include the singles “Work Hard, Play Hard” and “Remember You” featuring The Weeknd. Pharrell, 2 Chainz, and Juicy J make guest appearances, with production from, Pharrell, Deadmau5, Benny Blanco, Jim Jonsin, Pop Wansel, Sledgren, Cardo, and Germ.

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