Cam’ron Has a New Mixtape on the Way
Cam'ron just announced his new mixtape, The Program, is dropping next week and will be followed by a tour of the same name.
Killa made the announcement on Instagram, with a video snippet of a new track. The new song features Cam reminiscing about the good ol' days over a sample of Bill Withers' soul classic, "Lean on Me."
"Ima warn ya/In ya circle don't mean that they in ya corner/Almost was a goner 10 years for marijuana/Only thing I ever said in court 'I plead the fifth, hell no and no your honor'/So the streets honor me humble believe I'm honored," he rhymes.
During the clip, Cam stands with some dudes in a project hallway while sipping on his new tequila line, Paison, and smoking on fat blunts. The snippet ends with an album cover that shows a group of kids climbing onto a broken down Cadillac in the projects. "Press play▶️ #TheProgram mixtape Nov 11, #TheProgramTour starts Nov 17," he captioned the video.
Killa mentioned dropping a project before 2018 when we spoke to him for his XXL 20th anniversary issues cover story when he said that, after over two decades in the game, hip-hop is more so a hobby these days. "Hip-hop isn't my main source of income at this point. I just do hip-hop because I love to do it," he told us. "I have an album I have to turn in this year. My lawyer told me. I didn't realize I had to turn in an album this year before December."
Check out the Instagram announcement for the new tape below.
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