Cam’ron and his protegé Vado will be releasing their collaborative mixtape Boss of All Bosses 3 on October 5, via eOne/Koch. This is the third installment to their “Boss of all Bosses” sequel. DJ Drama broke the news via his official Twitter account @DJDrama. In an interview with MTVNews.com, Cam’s mentioned that he wants to make Vado into a mega superstar. Peep DJ Drama tweet and more on Cam below:
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Rapper Cam’ron and his protege Vado are gearing up to release the sequel to their Boss Of All Bosses mixtapes. The official artwork for Boss Of All Bosses 3 recently leaked online. As of posting, no word on when the Harlemites will be dropping the DJ Drama hosted mixtape. Peep the mixtape artwork below:
Back stage at New York’s radio station Hot 97 “Summer Jam” concert, Dipset CEO Cam’ron did an interview with MTVNews.com. During the interview, the Harlem native revealed that he and Vado are done recording their upcoming mixtape Bosses Of All Bosses 3. Also, Killa Cam talked about turning Vado into a “mega superstar.” Below are some excerpts of Killa Cam’s interview with MTV:
Harlem’s own Cam’ron and Vado will be releasing their debut U.N. LP Guns-N-Butta this spring. The album artwork and tracklist has been released. In related Vado news, he recently signed a solo deal with Interscope Records. Peep the tracklist below, (Previously leaked songs not included).
Earlier today, news broke that Harlem’s rapper Vado recently signed with Interscope Records. Cam’ron confirmed to New York’s radio personality Angie Martinez that Vado did signed a deal with Interscope Records. The Harlem-bred released his debut mixtape Slime Flu last October through E1 Music and has a collaboration album with Cam’ron titled Gun-N-Butta, which is slated to hit stores April 19. As of press, details of the deal has not been released.
The Harlem Diplomats came back home with their “Dipset Reunion” tour. This past weekend, the Harlemites performed at the Best Buy Theater in the Time Square section of NYC. After performing as a group, they all did their solo sets. Cam’ron brought out Vado, Jim Jones brought out Maino and Juelz Santana brought out Lloyd Banks. Peep the pictures below:
Cam’ron and his protege Vado are gearing up to release their debut U.N. album The U.N: Gunz N’ Butta, which will be in stores and online April 19. The official video to their song “Girls Cry” was recently released. The track was produced by araabMUZIK and will appear on their upcoming album The U.N: Gunz N’ Butta. At the end of the video, is a preview to “Hey Muma.” Peep the video below: