Today In Hip-Hop: Cam’ron Releases ‘Confessions Of Fire’ Debut 15 Years Ago

On this day, July 21, in hip-hop history… 1998: 15 years ago, Cam’ron introduced us to Harlem world. Before Killa became a cult favorite with the Dipset movement, he showcased his potential as a charismatic rapper in Confessions Of Fire. Focusing on his solo career after disbanding from Children Of The Corn—with Murda Mase, Big L and his cousin Bloodshed—Cam found his outlet with a successful debut. The album, which was released under Biggie’s manager Lance “Un” Rivera’s label, had a mild buzz that gradually sold over 500,000 copies. Three singles—“357,” “Horse & Carriage” featuring Ma$e and “Pull It”—were responsible for ...

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