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Cam’ron Drops Fire Freestyle Over D’Angelo’s “Cruisin’” on It Is What It Is Season Opener



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Cam’ron ignited the online world last week with a captivating freestyle over D’Angelo’s “Cruisin’”—and now he’s made the track available on streaming platforms.

Proving his lyrical prowess, Killa Cam delivered a mesmerizing narrative over the Brown Sugar instrumental, marking the beginning of season three of his and Ma$e’s popular sports talk show, It Is What It Is.

In the smooth three-and-a-half-minute freestyle, the Dipset rapper skillfully referenced JAY-Z, Wu-Tang Clan, Mobb Deep, and more, reflecting on his Harlem roots, past involvement in drug dealing, and recent accomplishments in sports media.

In one standout bar, he rapped, “I did a lot of things to stay away from poverty/ Rolled Mobb Deep, causing Havoc made me a Prodigy.”

Receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback from fans and fellow artists, including Twista, Kareem “Biggs” Burke, and Tobe Nwigwe, who described it as “majestic,” Cam officially released the freestyle as a standalone track on Spotify and Apple Music on Wednesday (January 10).

This isn’t the first time Cam’ron has showcased his lyrical prowess on the It Is What It Is set. In October, he responded to J. Cole’s name-drop on Lil Yachty’s “The Secret Recipe” by delivering a freestyle over the same beat.

While It Is What It Is is primarily a sports talk show, the dynamic duo of Killa Cam and Murda Mase often steer the conversation in unexpected directions. Last week, Cam’ron shared a surprising revelation, admitting to buying his driver’s license without taking the actual road test.

“I bought my first license. I never even took the test. I cheated on that shit too,” he confessed. “I had it for 20-something years. N-ggas from Polo Grounds were selling licenses. I bought my license from a n-gga in Polo Grounds in ’97.”

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He continued, “I cheated my way through a bunch of shit. My license official. You paid n-ggas $600; they did all the shit for you. You didn’t have to take the test. They came back with the paperwork that you passed the test, so you take the paperwork and you go take your picture at the DMV.”

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