In celebration of the 15th anniversary of 2004’s Purple Haze, Cam’ron is gearing up to drop the album’s sequel on Dec. 16th.
Arguably the most impactful artist to rise from Harlem thus far, Cam stopped by the Rap Radar podcast to chop it up about the forthcoming Purple Haze 2, and also reminisced on his life during the time Purple Haze was recorded.
Completely transparent (and witty), Cam touched on starring in the classic “Paid in Full,” growing as an actor, his days at Roc-A-Fella Records and the interesting conversation between him and Jay-Z that led to their classic “Welcome to New York City” on Come Home with Me.
Cam also opened up about compromising his creativity when he recorded his debut Confessions of Fire, the motivation behind switching his style on S.D.E., his unique relationship with Dip Set Capo Jim Jones, and past encounters with Destiny’s Child, Nas and BMF.
If you’re a Cam fan, this is definitely worth checking out. Peep it below.