Win Tickets to See Cam’ron in New York City (Update: Closed)

Posted 2 years ago by
win-tickets-to-see-camron
It's safe to say that hip-hop's never seen anyone like Cam'ron, and likely never will again. So you should probably seize your chance to see the one and only Mr. Giles this coming week in Brooklyn. We can guarantee it will be a night to remember.

That's right, The DJBooth is giving away one pair of tickets to his upcoming show on Wednesday, May 7, at the newly opened The Wick in Brooklyn. Along with Killa Cam, you'll also get to see performances from Dark, Lil Uzi and more.

The contest closes Tuesday, May 6. To enter via Lockerdome click here, or at the embed below. And for more information and tickets, click here.

Good luck....

UPDATE: This contest is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered.

Win a pair of tickets to see Cam'ron live in Brooklyn! in DJ Booth Contests on LockerDome

Cam'ron   Contests

Comments

You Might Like

Featured Video

Hip Hop News

Eminem’s Engineer Was So High He Accidentally Erased the Original Take of “Stan”

"You should have heard the original take, that shit was WAY better." - Eminem Read More
Posted 34 minutes ago by Nathan S.

The Irving Plaza Shooting Isn’t a Rap Problem, It’s an America Problem

"People don't get murdered at Jazz, Classical, R&B, EDM, etc shows. This is a rap thing." Read More
Posted one hour ago by Yoh

In Which I Convince You to Listen to Lecrae, Hip-Hop’s Overlooked Elite Rapper

Don't be scared by the "Christian rapper" label, bar for bar Lecrae's just as dope as elite rappers like J. Cole. Read More
Posted 2 hours ago by Nathan S.

Holy Sh*t You Need to Hear This Bernz & Jarren Benton “Outta My Brain”

Strange Music's Bernz just came through with the rap anthem to set your summer off right. You need to hear this. Read More
Posted 3 hours ago by Lucas G.

The Gone But Not Forgotten Rap Group I Thought Might Make It

How the rise and fall of one Atlanta collective further proved the uncertainty of the music industry. Read More
Posted 7 hours ago by Yoh

What Does It Mean to Be An “Indie” Rapper in 2016?

Chance is doing deals with Apple and spending $250K on shows without a major label - so is he still indie? Read More
Posted about 24 hours ago by Nathan S.
Sample Text - Sample Link
0:00
3:00
Shrink
Hide

TRENDING NOW



Flame

TOP 20 MUSIC CHARTS


Discover the best new songs, videos, and albums added to the Booth.