Cam’ron Is Dropping ‘Killa Season 2’ This Fall
Cam'ron hasn't dropped a studio album since 2009's Crime Pays, but that's about the change based on a recent photo posted to the rapper's Facebook earlier today which teases a new album, Killa Season 2, coming this fall. The first Killa Season dropped on May 16, 2006 and featured such hits as "Touch It or Not" and "Do Ya Thing."
While Cam has put out music since 2009, most notably Federal Reserve with A-Trak in 2015 and Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1 in 2013, he's also been diversifying his pursuits, reportedly working on his own weed strain, considering a line of toilet paper and teaming up with Reebok for his own Ventilator Supreme shoe inspired by his album Purple Haze. Musically, Cam has linked back up with Dipset general Juelz Santana for their track "Oh Yeah," which just received a video treatment earlier this month.
The image posted online doesn't come with any caption or context but as seen above it differs from some of the original Killa Season packaging in that it is mostly pink instead of red. Cam had mentioned a new album titled Killa Pink to Forbes in May, saying that it will drop inn November and that he already has a unique rollout in mind. “We’re going to market heavily in October, as it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month,” he said, implying a charitable component. He as well is coming out with his own Pantone color called Killa Pink and it would appear, based on that above photo that while the title of the album may have changed, the concepts behind it have not.
50 Great Albums From Rappers With Poetic Flows