News: Cam'ron Dips Into His Music Stash, Releasing "New Song Every Day For 30 Days"

Monday, Apr 16, 2012 12:35PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Dipset leader Cam'ron is ready to supply his diehard fans with a month's worth of music by releasing a new song each day for the next 30 days.

According to Killa, fans can expect a new daily record from him, with the exception of weekends.

"IMA RELEASE #UNLOSTFILES 2MR NEW SONG EVERY DAY FOR 30 DAYS. (EXCEPT DA WEEKENDS) LOL" Here is some great news for Cam'ron fans. Killa has announced that he will release a new song every day for 30 days. Just excuse him on weekends please. Killa Cam is currently recording his 7th studio album which was originally due out this month. No new release date or title has been announced yet. (HHNM)

As fans wait for the new records to drop, Dipset's Juelz Santana recently spoke on his crew's legacy.

"Things normal. Everything is good. Me and [Cam'ron] and [Jim Jones] we just did our first show on the West Coast the other day. That sh*t was crazy out there. A good five, ten thousand people out there. They don't make them like us no more. I'm gonna keep it funky. It's perfect time for my kind. Took a little hiatus if that's what you wanna call it, but I ain't really go nowhere. I always got something out there, whether it's some verses here or there, I don't just go nowhere. That's why they're always checking for a n*gga. I won't let you down this time. That's all I can say. Let's go." (Real Talk NY)

Earlier this month, the Dipset team were spotted rocking out at the Paid Dues festival.

This past Saturday, a ticketholder could spend four solid hours with the following as a viewing itinerary: Three 6 Mafia, Odd Future, DipSet, Mac Miller. Safe to say this isn't your college RA's version of Paid Dues. If you're cynical, you might see this as a desperate move in the manner of Murs' brief and ill-fated major label sojourn - but it could just be a wise man being practical in 2012. Picking your neighbors is a luxury only afforded to the very wealthy, and hip-hop's cratered economy has drawn everyone closer into a crowded underground. (Rolling Stone)

Last summer, Jim Jones spoke on his camp's delayed reunion album while going into detail about everyone's conflicting schedules.

"Everybody's been working," Jones said in an interview. "We took a brief hiatus; we came back together. When we came back together, there were still things that we had to figure out. And everybody's on the same page, but above all we all still have contractual obligations, so it kinda makes it a little difficult to get what we want to do done because we want to put total efforts and total concentration on the new things...We been recording slowly but surely -- Me and Cam been going back and forth. Juelz [Santana] been trying finish his obligation up with Def Jam -- he got a lot of pressure on his back." (MTV)

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