Cam’Ron isn’t finished addressing Kanye West on “La Havana.”
Cam’Ron is back with another scathing track, courtesy of Cinematic Music Group’s new Cinematic Radio 008 playlist. This time, he picks up where The Program’s “Coleslaw” left off, continuing his lyrical tirade against former friend and collaborator Kanye West. While he originally poked fun at Kanye’s breakdown, referencing him checking into the “crazy house,” Cam’Ron seems to believe that The Life Of Pablo featured a few veiled shots in his direction. “They can’t forget me, religiously in their memory, Life Of Pablo, every other song the n***a mention me,” raps Cam’Ron. It’s unclear whether or not Kanye will ever respond, but either way, Cam is content to remain on the attack.
“La Havana” comes off the Cam’s busy winter, which found him releasing The Program, feuding with Mase, and planning a Dipset reunion. Check out this new, hard-hitting track now, and sound off below. Truthfully, I think we’d all rather hear Cam’Ron over some vintage Ye beats, but if they’re destined to duke it out on wax, so be it.
They can’t forget me, religiously in their memory,
Life Of Pablo, every other song the n***a mention me
Can’t blame em though, old game, Milton Bradley
See my ex new man, told him I’m still her daddy