Cam'ron Says He's Working On 5 Projects & Has "150 New Songs Done"
Cam'ron planning on auctioning off one of his capes, may possibly sell the capes to the public in the future.
The Dipset helmsman says he has around 150 new songs that he’s hoping to place on various projects. In addition to those songs, he says he has five different projects he’s currently working on, among those is a project with fellow emcee Smoke DZA and his 1st Of The Month video series.
“I got the 1st Of The Month project coming out probably next month,” Cam said. “Like it’s done. I just been weighing out the best options. Dame put together the A-Trak collaboration, which is called Federal Reserve. Me and Smoke [DZA] got a project going on…It’s like five different projects is just basically what we’re doing now is trying to figure our timing for everything, so everything makes sense. But it’s probably like 150 new songs done we just trying to place ‘em properly.”
While at Mark McNairy’s New York Fashion Week show, Cam’ron showcased a line of capes he says he may eventually sell to the public. Of the four capes the rapper says McNairy helped him create, he revealed that one cape will be auctioned off.
“It’s just something me and my team have to sit down and talk about and see if it makes sense for everybody…I got four to work with for Mark…We gon’ auction off one and see the response and then we’ll work from there,” he said.
As far as the inspiration behind his line of capes is concerned, Cam’ron credits his inspiration on straying away from the norm throughout his career.
“I been different my whole career,” Cam’ron said. “If I see everybody wearing blue, I have to wear red. If everybody’s wearing green, I have to wear yellow. So, I try my best to stand out. Being around this long you think of ways to reinvent yourself. And I just thought this would be fly. And when I brought it to Dame he took it to Deidre, took it to Mark, and that’s how it happened.”
During his interview with Miss Info, Cam’ron did not speak on a possible Dipset reunion although he did discuss the possibility of one during an interview with MTV last year. According to the Harlem emcee, he felt that the chance of a reunion between those in the group may have passed.
“[Chances for a reunion] might've passed," he said. "It might not. I can't say. We do shows four, five, six times a year together. We get booked to all do shows. It's just that everybody all got their personal thing goin' on.”