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Throwback Thursday: Cam’ron (1998 – 2004)

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After the release of his latest mixtape “Ghetto Heaven Vol 1“, this week’s Throwback Thursday focuses on Cam’ron.

We are going to look back on five tracks from Cam’ron’s discography.

The first of our selected five is “Horse & Carriage“. Released in 1998, this track appeared on Cam’ron’s debut album “Confessions of Fire” and featured an appearance from Mase. The song was produced by Trackmasters.

The second track from our selection is “Losin’ Weight” from Cam’ron’s sophomore album “S.D.E“. This was a collaboration with Mobb Deep member Prodigy. “Losin’ Weight” was produced by Darrell “Digga” Branch.

Track three is Cam’ron’s classic collaboration with Jay Z (and Juelz Santana) titled “Welcome To New York City“. This was released in 2002 on Killa Cam’s “Come Home With Me” album. Just Blaze produced this song.

Next up is “The ROC“. This track was on the same album as “Welcome To New York City” and contained features from Roc-A-Fella artists Memphis Bleek and Beanie Sigel. Just Blaze produced this track.

The final song of our five is “Down and Out” from Cam’ron’s fourth album “Purple Haze” released in 2004. Kanye West appears on the track and also took production responsibilities.

Cam’ron’s music is still available on Amazon.

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