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Killa Season


Download links and information about Killa Season by Cam'Ron. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:10:14 minutes.

Artist: Cam'Ron
Release date: 2006
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:10:14
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No. Title Length
1. Killa Cam (Intro) 5:01
2. He Tried to Play Me (Featuring Hell Rell) (featuring Hell Rell) 3:43
3. Leave You Alone 3:24
4. Living a Lie (Featuring Mo Money) (featuring Mo' Money) 4:32
5. We Make Change' (Featuring Juelz Santana) (featuring Juelz Santana) 3:10
6. Voicemail Interlude 2:04
7. Wet Wipes 3:35
8. Touch It or Not (Featuring Lil' Wayne) (featuring Lil Wayne) 3:40
9. War (Featuring Hell Rell) (featuring Hell Rell) 3:51
10. I.B.S. 3:32
11. Get Ya Gun 3:58
12. White Girls 3:48
13. Girls, Cash, Cars 3:06
14. Do Ya Thing (Remix) 2:54
15. Get 'Em Daddy (Featuring Hell Rell, JR Writer & Jim Jones) [Remix] (featuring Jim Jones, Hell Rell, Jr Writer) 4:33
16. Voicemail Interlude 2 1:13
17. Something New (Featuring Hell Rell) (featuring Hell Rell) 3:34
18. You Gotta Love It (Featuring Max B) (featuring Max B) 6:13
19. Love My Life (Featuring Nicole Wray) (featuring Nicole Wray) 4:23



If Purple Haze was Cam’ron’s grand attempt at a kaleidoscopic pop record, then Killa Season was his recompense: a return to the raw street rap of his native Harlem. By this point Cam and his associates in The Diplomats had taken the blueprint forged at Roc-A-Fella Records and exaggerated it. “Get ‘Em Daddy,” “You Gotta Love It,” and “War” are as agitated as they are raucous. Total unrest never sounded so appealing. Cam’s sweet side was equally potent, and “He Tried to Play Me,” “I.B.S.,” and “Love My Life” make the case that no other rapper sounds as good over plaintive piano.