It’s Killa Cam.
Harlem rapper Cam’ron fires back at his former labelmate Jay Z on his latest offering “Come And Talk To Me.”
Cam’ron sampled ’90s R&B group Jodeci’s smash hit “Come And Talk To Me” for his Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1 project. Back in September, Jay Z stirred the pot during his guest feature on Drake’s NWTS track “Pound Cake.”
On “Pound Cake,” Jay Z name-checked all the rappers he made millions with/for back in the day.
“I’ve done made more millionaires than the lotto did
Dame made millions, Biggs made millions
Ye made millions, Just made millions
Lyor made millions, Cam made millions
Beans’ll tell you if he wasn’t in his feelings”
Cam’ron responded to Jay’s claims by rapping:
“Know me I ran down on shorty real quick
But guess what she asked me, yo
She said Jay made you a millionaire and looked me in the eyes
Said cake, cake, cake got that from the pies
We made each other millions, that was my reply
But had a mill before I met him, baby, that ain’t no lie
See he named some Harlem cats and the homie from the Chi
But my thing, he ain’t name nobody from the Stuy
And I do it like Bed-Stuy, do or die.
But let’s talk about something else, you and I”
“Come & Talk To Me” is off Cam’ron’s delayed Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1, which drops today. Take a listen Cam’ron’s new cut below.
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