We can't tell you how good it feels to hear Cam'ron back on his shit. Killa would probably say "pause" after that, but you know what we mean. This sounds like a beat Cam would have rapped over in 2004, and that's exactly what we look for from him. As the years go on, heads will be forced to recognize that Dipset's mid-Aughts run was responsible for one of New York's finest eras in hip-hop, and this song reminds us why. There's none of the new age frills found on "Speakin' In Tungs" or "We All Up In Here." Bangers, sure, but who doesn't love hearing Killa Cam and the ever-improving Vado spit Harlem fuckery over grimey beats. This is getting spins in the office tomorrow.
Cam'ron & Vado "And You Don't Stop"