Cam’ron - I Hate My Job

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Cam'ron
Producer:
Skitzo House [of FreNYC]
Album:
Crime Pays

Shortly after the release of his fifth album, Killa Season, in 2006 and his 2007 war of words with 50 Cent, Cam’ron suddenly disappeared from the spotlight, prompting numerous “Where’s Cam’ron?” jokes from hip-hop fans nationwide.  Well, Booth-heads, I hope you’ve gotten your laughs in ahead of time, because Killa Cam is back with a brand-new official single whose video has already picked up considerable buzz.  Struggling through the hassles of the 9-to-5 lifestyle, Cam goes through numerous interviews in Harlem only to be turned down because of his prior criminal history – after going back to hustling on the block, his complaint remains the same: I Hate My Job.  Produced by Skitzo House (of FreNYC), I Hate My Job is the perfect song to play while driving between a crummy job and the interviews for a better one.  Cam’ron’s sixth album, Crime Pays, will be released on April 21 off Diplomat/Asylum.

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