Camron blasts Eminem on new mixtapeâ€”Diss record said to be one of artist's best - May 5,2004
In an interview with New York disc jockey Kay Slay, Camron, a Harlem area artist, discusses his new â€œbeefâ€ with Shady Records performing artist, Eminem. Their beef reportedly stems from the latest D-12 video, '40 oz,' which was released as a bonus DVD on their latest LP, "D-12 World."
Two tracks have reportedly been leaked to the DJ, and are entitled, "Kill 'Em Cam," and "My b****," which is a freestyle.
â€œSee I had no problem with the b**** till he released this video. It was all gravy until then. Things done changed and he know it. â€ Cam said.
During the video, some would say, Eminem deliberately attacks Cam, while attempting to recreate a scene from a recent Camron video, "Get em Girls."
Camron also said he had no respect for Eminem's style of "singing on records like a little b****," an overt reference to Eminem's latest hit "My Band."
Regardless of record sales, one of the diss records samples an old Elvis hit, "All Shook Up" and is entitled, "Kill 'Em Cam," and will be hit among Dipset fans. The other, "My b****," is a freestyle over the latest D-12 hit, "My Band" instrumental and is to appear on Kay Slay's latest mixtape cd, "Street Beef, Can They Handle It?"
The tape reportedly will also feature disses from Kay Slay himself to Shady records disc jockey, DJ Green Lantern.
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