Cam’ron seems to be in the spirit of giving this holiday season. He released the second installment of his 2004 Purple Haze project.
Cam has been teasing the project for five years, and claimed this will serve as his last album. But The Dipset general can’t stay out of the booth.
“A lot of times, I tell myself I’m not going to fuck with music no more, but then I end up fucking with music, even if it doesn’t come out,” he recently told Complex. “It’s the 15-year anniversary of Purple Haze this year. So I was like, damn, I have so many dope songs, and I’m still working—why not do a Part 2 around the anniversary of Part 1? People are always asking me for music, so I thought it was time to put some music back out.”
There’s no telling if Purple Haze 2 will actually be his last album, but he’s not showing any signs of slowing down yet.
The Program mixtape is getting a sequel next year, and he plans to support PH2 on tour starting next Friday.
The 16-track project features Jim Jones, Max B, and Wale. Which tracks are you feeling?