Vado, Cam, Jim Jones Added To Kanye West's 'Harlem' Song
A new Kanye West song titled "Christmas In Harlem" hit the net yesterday (Dec. 15). Today, a new version of it surfaced, and this time it features one-time nemesis Cam'ron and Jim Jones as well as Cam'ron protege Vado. Big Sean, Pusha T and Musiq also appear on the track. Listen below.
Others on the G.O.O.D. Music Friday track include G.O.O.D. Music's CyHi Da Prince and Harlem singer/rapper Teyana Taylor on the hook.
In case you don't remember, Cam and Jimmy recently called out 'Ye on their "Toast" track. "And Kanye, you a sucka n*gga, dissed Dame so my attitude is f*ck the n*gga/Sucked off Jigga, how you gonna live with that, Took the beat, now come get it back," Cam raps on the song.
Thesource.com talked to Big Sean last night (Dec. 15) and this is what he had to say about the surprising collaboration. "The rap game is too small to have beef," he said. "We are grown *ss men all money is green, so you might as well just put whatever you got to the side if it's not that serious. You know, unless it's just something that requires that much attention. The beef that was there was nothing. It's all fam it's all love, like Vado is my good homie."
Happy to see the beef's been squashed right in time for the holidays.
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