Killa Cam

Cam’ron’s history as Harlem’s hottest export is well documented. He’s a child of the Corn, the founder of legendary hip hop group Dipset, a screenwriter, an actor, and a tastemaker of sorts. After watching him live, we’re adding performer to his list of superlatives. Live performance versus studio sound is always a debate among show-goer’s and sound can be especially tricky during bass heavy hip hop shows. Cam’s performance was charged – a high energy machismo driven show, Cam’s signature laid back flow mixing hits he’s accumulated over his career with early Dipset street anthems, something for the “Hey Ma’s” and the heads.

We sat down with him after the show and asked him to share with us his thoughts on imitation, and his penchant for fashion. The video drops tomorrow.

Shout out to Venue

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