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Cam’ron Presents DukeDaGod: The Movement Moves On

As the major force behind Dipset’s mixtape hustle, the Harlem collective’s A&R DukeDaGod landed a deal with Koch in ’05 despite the fact that he doesn’t even rap. The resulting compilation, More Than Music, Vol. 1, simultaneously showcased Duke’s business acumen and the Diplomat’s lyrical prowess. Less than a year later, Duke and Cam’ron team up to unleash the aptly titled compilation The Movement Moves On. Killa sets the tone with the Beat Firm–produced “White Girls,” where he uses his relationship with a Caucasian woman as a metaphor for drug dealing. Hell Rell picks up the baton from there with “War,” ...

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