Cam’ron Premieres “I Hate My Job” Video, Prepares “Crime Pays” for April Release
New York, NY -- Though many high-rolling hip-hop artists seem oblivious to the current economic downturn, Cam'ron can clearly empathize with the plight of nine-to-fivers. In the newly-released video for his latest single, "I Hate My Job," the Dipset emcee showcases the day-to-day struggles of a working woman, as well as a reformed criminal's efforts to find a steady job.
Cam'ron's sixth studio album, Crime Pays, is scheduled to hit stores April 21st.
Written by richard on 02/4/09
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