Cam’ron – Duckin’ Onetime

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Killa Cam has this way of rocking over straight ’70s instrumentals and making them fly. “Silky” from Crime Pays was among my favorite songs on that comeback LP (that so many people seemed to miss). From his new Ghetto Heaven, Vol. 1 mixtape (with its hilarious marionette artwork that makes Homey D. Clown appear soft), Cameron flips Roy Ayers’ 1976 “Everybody Loves The Sunshine” (one of my personal favorite songs ever created) for a freestylish revealing moment. Love him, laugh at him, or listen to him loudly (as I do with Purple Haze), Cam’ron stays witty and unpredictable with natural game. This also pulls from 2Pac & The Outlawz’ “Lost Souls.”

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