Cam’ron brings back classic sound with The Program
Two years have gone by without a new Cam’ron project and with talks ramping up on his upcoming album, he released “The Program” to keep hold fans over.
Cameron Giles, known professionally as Cam’ron, has spent the last couple of months dropping songs and updates for the release of The Program, in anticipation of his upcoming album Killa Season 2. Recently, he’s dropped visuals on two cuts from the project, “Dime After Dime” — his version of the Cyndi Lauper song — and “Lean.”
The 15-track mixtape serves as the prelude of sorts for the 2018 album and features fellow New Yorker Don Q and others. The mixtape is full of high-profile producers from Just Blaze and AraabMuzik to ADM Beatz, Mr. Authentic and more. He released the project early on LiveMixtapes and subsequently on Apple Music, Spotify, DatPiff and other platforms.
Listen to the full project below or if you prefer, listen on Spotify or Apple Music.
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