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Cam'ron Shares New Verse About Big L's Murder

Cam'ron photographed in New York City
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Cam'ron photographed during Day 2 of the Fader Fort presented by Converse at Converse Rubber Tracks Studio on Oct. 24, 2014 in New York City.

With Cam'ron slated to release his first album in nine years this fall, Killa Season 2, the Harlem rapper previewed some new bars on Instagram inspired by the murder of late rapper Big L

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"Grew up with Big L and the dude who supposedly killed him," Cam raps on the Instarek-produced beat in the first installment of the two-part clip. "A week before that, though, Big L had tried to kill him/ What was he to do?/ Please don't get in ya feelings/When the time’s right, I will tell you about these villains/ Now everybody dead, so it ain’t about squealing."

 

Part 1 #LosingWeight3 #KS2 #TheSequel Just warming up

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In 1999, Big L (real name Lamont Coleman) was fatally gunned down a few blocks from his Harlem home at the age of 24. According to the New York Daily NewsBig L's accused killer, Gerard Woodley, 46, was reportedly killed last month in Harlem. 

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Cam'ron and Big L were members of the 1990s hip-hop collective, Children of the Corn, alongside fellow Harlemites Mase, McGruff and Bloodshed. 

Earlier this month, Cam'ron released "Oh Yeah," a collaboration with fellow Diplomat Juelz Santana

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