Cam'ron recently survived an attempt on his
life, and is fresh-off a media frenzy surrounding his release of a diss track
aimed at Jay-Z. Now Cam'ron is back, and his
new album Killa Season is being billed as a Dipset masterpiece.
If ever there was an anticipated album, Killa Season is it. But does
it live up to the hype?
The production (Heatmakers, Frank Nitti, Alchemist and others)
is pretty decent. The stops and hooks are certainly on point, and Cam's swag has never been better. Some of the album
simply doesn't make sense (which is classic Dipset), but the
creative audio imagery is enough to keep even the most determined hater
One of the big plusses of this album is that you need not know a lot about Cam or his Dipset
affiliates to enjoy this record. He doesn't devote a lot of time or energy to
telling his personal story or coming at rivals. As an industry veteran, Cam deserves a lot of credit for not
using his album to address petty squabbles or provide some pseudo-intellectual
autobiography. And, Killa Season shows growth (apologies for the