So Much More

It’s a scene right out of any classic mob flick. Except today, seated in the barber’s chair with a cape draped under his chin while awaiting his cover shoot with longtime friend and mentor Dame Dash, Cam’ron plays Joe Pesci. On the right side of the Diplomat Records CEO’s mouth, in place of the Godfather cigar, a blunt steams with that sweet, sticky purple stuff. On the left, Cam’s signature “are you kidding me, B?” grimace spews big-business braggadocio. “Warner Bros. is gonna have to give me a comfort number,” he shoots regarding the signing bonus that will accompany whatever ...

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All Or Nothing

There is a certain quiet euphoria artists exude when they know they’ve delivered that club banger, that classic album, that piece of work that will ...

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Switch

Put your hands in the air. On each hand, align your fingers so there’s no space between them. Then stretch your thumbs as far away ...

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Shots Fired

On March 9, 2005, NYC residents were glued to their radios. Anticipation was building in the Big Apple. DJ Funkmaster Flex was at his cocky ...

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June 2005

cover story switch His homie may have played him dirty, but if you think he’s gonna throw in the towel, you’re dumb. Dame Dash ain’t done. features all or ...

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