New York rapper Cam’ron is nice-nice with the bars. The hip-hop veteran has treated fans to a sneak peek at some lyrical work with a mini-freestyle.
This weekend, Cam hit up Instagram with footage of himself adding bars to Black Rob’s 1999 “Whoa” classic.
A few days ago, Cam’s mom shared a teaser clip and promoted Cam’s upcoming Purple Haze 2 album.
Recently, Cam promised to drop the follow-up to 2004’s Purple Haze in December.
A few years ago, Cam’ron revealed Purple Haze 2 would be his final album release.
“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)