Cam'Ron Takes Viewers On Cinematic Journey For "Choppers" Visual

Erika Marie
April 19, 2019 00:55

The Harlem rapper doesn't disappoint.

Once you push play to watch Cam'ron's "Choppers," a single from his album The Program 2, grab the popcorn because the rapper delivers a mini-film, taking hip hop's "the art of story-telling" seriously. The Dipset legend is letting people know that his reputation isn't one to be messed with as he presents himself to the Don, brandishing weapons with his crew.

The Lyk Billionaire-produced track also features verses by Disco Black and Vellz, rounding out a music video that runs for almost 11 minutes. Between cuts of crowded halls and rooms of men pointing firearms at the camera, there are scenes sprinkled in that feature a baby being kidnapped, people being held up at gunpoint, and riders cruising around NYC while holding up traffic to show off their skills. Another day in Harlem.

“I wanted to shoot something cinematic that told a story to kick off The Program 2," Cam told the FADER. "The mini-movie is just the preview...Shout out Disco Black and Vellz."

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