Cam'ron & Artist Trevor Andrew Star in Reebok x Foot Locker's '3:AM' Content Series Launch

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

Reebok and Foot Locker have teamed up to create a new content and event series, tapping Cam’ron and visual artist Trevor “Trouble” Andrew as its launch collaborators.

The series -- dubbed 3:AM -- is an exploration of late-night creativity, fueled by the idea that imaginative and inventive people are not bound by traditional work schedules. “For most creatives, 3:AM represents something entirely different from the average person,” Reebok explained via statement. “This quiet hour allows creatives of all trades unfettered focus to dive headfirst into their work as they search for inspiration, collaborate with likeminded crews, and ultimately bring the seeds of their ongoing projects to life.”

3:AM officially launched its first chapter on Tuesday (Dec. 12) in New York City, and is heading to Atlanta next. The series will visit a host of other cities throughout 2018 and partner with different creatives in each location from all over the country, investigating what inspires them and makes them tick.

“At Reebok, we’re always on the search for the best creative minds to work with, the most unexpected collaborations, and the most innovative and daring ways to tell unique stories,” Todd Krinsky, General Manager of Reebok Classic, says. “The 3:AM series with Foot Locker allows us to do this in a boundary-breaking way, and we’re honored to have both Cam’ron and Trevor Andrew to launch the first chapter of this program.”

Check out the video below and learn more online.