It’s been a tumultuous career for Cameron Giles, or Cam’ron as you may know him. He came into the game on the back of Ma$e and started his own
crew movement called The Diplomats. He’s had his share of ups and downs, but has remained true to himself through it all and we love him for that. With a career spanning over 15 years, he’s given hip-hop some of it’s most memorable moments of all time.
Cam’ron recently made some major announcements. Not only were we surprised to hear that Dipset would be reuniting, but another Cam release. Following the 10-year anniversary of his Puriple Haze album, he announced his retirement in the rap game with the coming of his final album, Purple Haze 2, due this Summer.
On Dec. 10, the Harlem rapper posted a video to his Instagram of him going to the burial site of his best friend Huddy Combs (Huddy 6). The caption read, “Fresh off da flight.. To see my brother.. HUD 6 told me lastnite.. #AChangeGoneCome ..my last album.. #PurpleHaze2 this summer.. It’s been fun.. But HUD said we got other things to do. #Hud6.”
Bittersweet indeed. It’s been a long run for Killa and as a longtime fan I spoke with others to rank Cam’ron’s solo albums from worst to first. Get them computers putin’ and let’s see how it all panned out.