With all the mystery and intrigue surrounding Cam’ron and his whereabouts comes Jungle, his quasi-ode to Disney’s most popular animated film. A clever sample from The Lion Sleeps Tonight and a heavy dose of snares cooked up by Lizzy helps Cam describe how growing up in the jungle, aka the Harlem streets, shaped and molded him into the Dipset MC that he is today. Joining Cam on this previously unreleased cut is none other than the Rubber Band Man himself, T.I., who offers up a telling sixteen where he skillfully illustrates how ATL animals move in the jungles of the south. Once you get past the sample, I must say that they both do pretty well with the verses. Maybe Cam will attach Jungle to some project and give the fans a little something to talk about this summer, but regardless, The DJBooth will be sure to keep you posted on any projects from Killa Cam.
Written by WriterJones on 05/7/12
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