Cam’ron - 1st of the Month, Vol. 1 EP

Posted 2 years ago
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Everyone looks forward to the 1st of the Month, and July 1 was shaping up to be even sweeter than usual. That's the day Dipset veteran Cam'ron has unleashed the inaugural entry in his new online EP series.

The project, the first of six installments, packs a total of five original jams from the Harlem mainstay, none of which have previously been featured in the Booth. Featuring guest appearances from Sen City and UN KASA, this is the latest chapter in Killa Cam's increasingly impressive resume.

In addition to lead single "Funeral," per the artists' request The DJBooth has an exclusive stream of two additional songs from the EP, "Other Side" and "Talk About It." Those purchasing the album will receive all five high quality MP3s (320 kbps) from the EP.

UPDATE: The video component to "First of the Month" is now on YouTube (NSFW).

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