Dipset leader Cam’ron has reportedly hooked up with former WWE superstar Bret “The Hitman” Hart for a new collaborative effort.
According to reports, Killa Cam and Hart united to power up Canadian financial company Sharpshooter.
We spoke to the company’s CEO Paul Pitcher who tells us Bret and Cam’ron are friends — and once Bret signed on … the rapper was all about joining the team. “[Cam] and Brett hung together for a whole weekend and went to a Ravens game together. He was down from the very beginning.” In fact, Pitcher says the Harlem MC was so pumped about the partnership, he recorded a WHOLE ALBUM of original music dedicated to Sharpshooter funding. (TMZ)
Last year, Cam posted up a picture alongside Hart on Instagram.
Killa Cam acknowledged how much it meant for him to reach his 40’s and revealed birthday plans on Instagram last month.
Back in May, Cam talked about piecing together his final solo album.
“Me and A-Trak are going to finish our [Federal Reserve] project up. He had some touring he needed to do. The Dipset stuff presented the opportunity so therefore we stopped what we was doing to attend our personal business but we’re going to get back on track with that. The A-Trak project will probably come out this fall, hopefully, and this December, we might put out Purple Haze 2. Maybe. If not, it’ll come out April. I may be doing an album based on the pantone color that I’m creating. I don’t want to speak too on it because it’s not signed, sealed and delivered. But we’ll definitely put out a solo Cam project in December, not sure if it’s going to be my final project, Purple Haze 2, which ‘will’ be my final project and being that we’re working on this pantone situation, we may do something in-between that but that’s not definite.” (Revolt TV)
In March 2015, Killa revealed his crew’s Dipset plans.
“We’re going on tour in March and April for the Diplomat tour,” Cam said in an interview. “Then in May, Cam’ron, by himself, is going overseas in May. Then I start shooting The Percentage 2 and 3 in June and July. Then at the end of July, the Diplomat album is coming out and I’m going to start working on Purple Haze 2 for December. That’s what’s going on for this year.” (Revolt TV)