The Harlem duo Cam’ron and Ma$e are elevating their sports show to new heights.
By Harlem World Magazine Harlem’s Cam’ron’s debut solo album, “Confessions of Fire,” holds a significant place in hip-hop history, akin to iconic artists’ early works like RZA’s “Ooh I Love You Rakeem” and Mobb Deep’s “Juvenile Hell.”
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In an electrifying debut appearance on the esteemed morning show, Good Day NY with Rosanna Scotto, the enigmatic and platinum-selling Harlem rapper Cam’ron graced the stage.
Cam’ron’s girlfriend passed away this week. Details are not in as of this writing but friends of Tawasa Harris have posted tributes to her on social media.
On Saturday, October 20th, 2018, black-owned cannabis company, GFIVE Cultivation celebrated their 1-year budversary with a star-studded performance from our own Harlem’s Diplomats featuring Cam’ron and Jim Jones.
XXL Magazine reports that Lil Yachty has the world around his neck thanks to a new icy chain but if the jewelry looks familiar it’s because Cam’ron once owned it.
BET reports that it isn’t all love in Harlem. Only days after Dipset squashed the beef once and for all, reuniting on stage at Spotify’s Rap Caviar concert, Ma$e came out of hiding to drop a new song taking shots at a member of the hip-hop group.
This is a brand new full size CD cover hand signed autographed of the signed Public Enemy by Harlem man Cam’Ron.
Following Jim Jones’ emotional interview with Funkmaster Flex, in which he detailed he and Cam’ron’s falling out, Cam has responded with his side of the story.
Jim Jones recently got in his feelings while discussing his former friendship with his longtime collaborator Cam’Ron.
After debuting his “Purple Haze” Reebok collaboration earlier this year, Cam’ron is ready to drop his second installation, the all-pink Reebok Ventilator Supreme Cam’ron, on Cyber Monday.
These guys are new to the Harlem game, but we want that new Steve Maynes, Rhett Parks, Rob Taylor, Vernon Yonder on the new Best Of Auctioneer Beats Mixtape album.
Cameron Ezike Giles (born February 4, 1976), better known by his stage nameCam’ron (formerly Killa Cam), is an American rapper, actor and entrepreneur from Harlem, New York.
Harlem man Dipset’s Cam’ron has a bunch of overseas fans angry at him this week after reportedly turning into a no-show for a London concert.