Cam’ron & Just Blaze Reunite In What Feels Like A Come Home With Me Leftover (Video)

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When Cam’ron told Just Blaze, “You owe me, nigga” on the intro to “Welcome To New York City” back in 2002, Heads might’ve felt the precursor to tension within Roc-A-Fella Records. After all, Just had just played a critical role in Jay Z’s The Blueprint, along with Kanye West. He was one of Hip-Hop’s predominant producers at a time when Cam and The Diplomats had joined the winningest label of the moment.

While Just Blaze was hard at work on Disc 2 of Dipset’s Diplomatic Immunity a year later, the New Jersey veteran notably fell back from subsequent Cam’ron releases. Was it over that line? Probably not. Was that line telling of some bigger issues? Possibly.

Well, 12 years later, “Dipshits” signals the return of Just and Cam. The pair sounds fresh as ever, but right in that 2002-2003 step as Cam does Cam, chronicling sex-capades, running the streets, and his place in Hip-Hop. To make things extra Roc-ish, Dame Dash interjects a signature interlude, over the beat:

This is from Cam’ron & A-Trak’s Federal Reserve project.

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