Cam’ron’s Confession of Fire Turns 17 Years Old Today


By:Scott Gries
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Today marks 17 years that the Harlem native Cam’ron release his debut album, Confessions Of Fire.  Cam was the newcomer on the NYC rap scene with lyrical skills and attitude to boot.
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The album would go on to sell RIAA certified gold reaching 500k plus copies sold with tracks like “Horse & Carriage” featuring Mase and “Feels Good” ft Usher.

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