BlackRadioIsBack.com Music: Cam'ron - I Hate My Job
Hey there to our BlackRadioIsBack.com and FuseBox Radio Broadcast crew this early evening here on the East Coast!
I know that we're in a strange and new day when Hip-Hop Beef escalates and/or devolves to the point of 21st Century Coonery where interviewing Baby Momma's like a throwaway episode of Maury is fair game .
And now, we have missing-in-action Hip-Hop MC Cam'ron of what was one of the most ig'nant (yes, ignorant to the extreme) crews in the business with the Diplomats (while they had dope tracks, I cannot front, do y'all remember the majestic hillarity + insanity of the Killa Season movie?) puts out a pretty damned dope and mature song that's worthy of the BlackRadioIsBack.com Black Music Stamp of Approval for all age groups.
* happy yet confused as all get out face while looking over shoulder to see U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas rocking a Che shirt to make sure the world isn't going to end *
Let me find out Black History Month + the Bad Economy (personal and otherwise) got Cam'ron on some grown man business and the Killa Cam flow back on track with a cool beat.
Heck after listening to this joint a few times, I can see on some days, this could the winter 2009 theme song for a LOT of heads on the 9 to 5 grind or trying to get one.
Good opening so far Mr. Giles, keep it up! Somebody who does NYC Street Hip-Hop needs to get a sis amped over here - the thoughtful kind or super grimy.
Anyway, check out Cam'ron's "I Hate My Job" video and free download of from his upcoming album, Crime Pays, that's dropping soon and let us know your opinion on this. Hope folks enjoy!
Cam'ron - I Hate My Job
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DJ Fusion is a short, above average looking Black-American female DJ, writer and photographer in her 30s that's originally from the Prince Georges County, MD and now going back and forth between New Jersey and the DMV (DC/MD/VA). Since 1998, she's been doing the syndicated radio show, The FuseBox Radio Broadcast, which brings the best of Black Music from all over the world along with news, interviews and commentary. Check out what's happening with the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast at our official website, http://www.FuseBoxRadioOnline.com!