Cam’Ron and Conway The Machine are the “Ghetto Prophets” on their new collaboration produced by A-Trak.
Lead by A-Trak’s horn-infused beat, Killa and Conway narrate vivid street tales related to the crack era, women, and violence. Cam raps “Karma after karma / Got that old white girl, you could call it Madonna / And this thing on my hip is a sawed off,” while Conway laces the hook with a tribute to Virgil, “Stop playin’, you know I’m gettin’ to that low / Two new Virgil colorways, I just got ’em both.”
The track is off Cam’Ron and producer A-Trak’s upcoming album, U Wasn’t There, which most recently spawned “All I Really Wanted“. The album drops August 23 and will boast features from Dame Dash, Jim Jones, Styles P, Juelz Santana, and Mr. Vegas.