Producer Darrell "Digga" Branch provides rudimentary backing tracks that sample such familiar tunes as Edwin Starr's "War" and the Police's "Roxanne," while Cam'ron expresses rage in slow raps that often devolve into little more than complaining.
But what turned heads is Cam’Ron confirming once more that he’s hanging up the microphone for good after has a tentative fall release date while a solo Cam’Ron project will drop this December.
"I live my life for thugs, I live my life for drugs, f*** everybody else," he says. (Oddly enough, though, the final track, "My Hood," does give some relief, since it is a so-called "clean" edit, which is to say that offensive words simply have been wiped out of the rap, leaving awkward silences and rendering it largely incomprehensible.
Haunted by his own chance of violent death, he follows "Come Kill Me" with "What I Gotta Live For." As the album goes on, guest rappers make more frequent appearances, and several of them, notably Freaky Zeeky and Jimmy Jones, turn out to be faster and more vocally adept than Cam'ron.
This time Carmen Brown is an aspiring actress who in her own words 'leaves the whole town speechless.' Her sultry looks and carefree confidence attract the attention of everyone from crooked cop Luietenant Miller to famous rapper Blaze.
However Carmen has eyes on the one man she can't have- Seargeant Derrick Hill who is engaged.