After a hiatus of about two years, Harlem rapper Cam’ron is making his
way back to Hip Hop with a new video and the cover of XXL magazine.

February 2, the video for Cam’ron‘s recession friendly track “I Hate My
Job” was posted on blogs and websites across the net sparking even more
chatter about his return.

In the video Cam’ron raps, “Ayo I’m looking for a job/Ain’t nobody
hiring/Then I asked the boss/When y’all doing firing/You I’m
admiring/Nice job, family man, car and looking in these Want ads
tiring/Shoulda been a fireman.

Cam’ron will also be featured as the cover story for an upcoming issue of XXL magazine.

I understand what the fans are saying,
Cam’ron told XXL‘s Vanessa
. “And it’s kinda messed up. But what you gotta realize is that
things can always be fixed behind the scenes. But once a problem gets
public, it’s kind of unfixable.

In the interview Cam’ron speaks on his hiatus, The Diplomats, and the fallout between himself and Jim Jones and Juelz Santana.

two things that you could say it was is: They come to my house and try
to start a fake beef between me and [Jim],
Cam’ron explained to XXL.
And they kinda like siding with 50 [Cent] when me and him is in the dead
middle of beefing or whatever.

Cam’ron‘s hiatus came shortly after a highly criticized appearance
on 60 Minutes [click to read] in which the rapper spoke on his infamous “Stop
Snitching” campaign. His most recent album, Killa Season, was released roughly a year before the 60 Minutes interview.

Crime Pays, Cam’ron‘s sixth album, is expected to be released on April 21.