It’s been fifteen years to the release of “Purple Haze,” and Cam’ron is all set to release its sequel now. We see movies and read comics that describe our favourite heroes experiencing the process of ageing.
They aren’t agile and active the way that they have been; they take a longer time to recover and repeat mistakes that they have been doing. But there are ways by which they keep themselves active, working, and productive.
And now we are seeing our favourite rap heroes ageing gracefully. As rap is quite a new genre, so we are seeing artists who are gorging on to new ventures and trying out new things, and that’s what Cam’ron is doing.
Talking about the early 90s, Cam has been rapping alongside Big L, who has motivated him to take the profession seriously. Biggie helped him get his breaks. In his entire career, he gets known as quite a happy personality in the industry.
But in 2019, Cam is comfortable with the legacy that he has and leaves it more on the audience that watches him. According to him, he says that everyone who has a phone these days has an opinion, and that’s the opinion he leaves with the audience.
He says it’s been 15 years to the fantastic album “Purple Haze,” and that was quite a casual album. But it’s one of those albums that have made him a big star during the Pink Casm’ ers, the era of the Cam’ron, as they say.
And since then, he has made his name in the industry as an American rapper, record executive, actor, and philanthropist. He rose to fame with his albums Come Home with Me, Killa Season, Confessions of Fire, Crime Pays, Boss of All Bosses, Public Enemy#1, Speaking in Tungs and many more.