Cam’ron has given in to popular demand and announced he’ll drop the sequel to his 2006 cult classic film Killa Season later this year.
The news was revealed earlier this week when the Harlem rapper took to his Instagram Story and shared a post from a fan that highlighted the infamous scene where Cam’s character spits on the daughter of his rival. The fan also added a caption reminding the Dipset star that people are anxiously waiting for a second installment.
According to Cam’ron, Killa Season 2 will finally arrive this year in time for Christmas 2023.
“Fine I’ll do it. Ks2 this Christmas. You’re welcome!!!!!” he captioned his IG Story.
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Killa Season was released in April 2006 and followed the life of a rapper hustling in Harlem, New York. Cam’ron played the main character Flea, while Juelz Santana, Hell Rell, Funkmaster Flex and more had supporting roles.
The film is a loose adaption of Cam’s transformation from a high school basketball star to full-time heroin dealer, and is also inspired by the life of fellow high school basketball phenom, Karlton Hines.
Cam’s directorial debut was also released as a companion piece to his fifth studio album of the same name. The project debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200, selling 114,000 copies in its first week.
In 2021, Cam’ron teased new music for a sequel to his Killa Season album on Instagram. In the video, the rapper played a snippet of a song titled “24 Year Run Hun” while sitting in his car rocking a bandana and shades.
“God, family, money, nothing above it/ For this chicken I’ll turn you turkeys to nothing,” Cam rapped on the track.
Killa Cam isn’t the only Dipset member that’s been busy outside of music. Earlier this month, Jim Jones revealed he’s flirting with the idea of developing a Dipset TV series that would focus on the Harlem crew’s pre-fame beginnings.
“You got a talk show, I’m about to give you the Dipset 5H TV series,” Jim said during an interview with DJ Self. “I think I’ma do that ‘cause the shit that went on in 5H before we became the players we were, you n-ggas need to see.”
He added: “We was reckless. Young, dumb and stupid, but we was having a ball.”