Saturday, June 11, 2011

Cam'ron discusses Just Blaze feud

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

By 2002, Roc-A-Fella Records had reached their peak with Jay-Z on top of the rap game. Not only was Jay-Z on top, but Cam'ron also posted several hits and his Diplomat Records imprint was going strong. Many credit the addition of Cam'ron and the Diplomats to the end of the Roc-A-Fella dynasty.

Despite being a part of the same crew, Cam'ron and Jay-Z had been rivals for several years. When Jay-Z accepted the Def Jam role, Damon Dash had plans of Cam'ron taking over the Roc. This is what led to the demise of the dynasty. By 2005, half of the label had gone with Dash, including Cam and company.

Years after the fallout, Just Blaze opened up about his own beef with Cam'ron. During his time at Roc-A-Fella Records, Just Blaze became one of the top producers in the game. Blaze's beats were on many of the classic albums and still are to this day. Cam'ron reaped the benefits of having Just Blaze's beats on his albums.

Just Blaze said Cam'ron told him he should have been Dipset, so Just asked him for a chain. Cam'ron had purchased several chains and repeatedly told Blaze he should be Dipset. Just Blaze told him he was Dipset, just as much as he was State Property, Get Low, and Roc-A-Fella. From there, the feud was started, even though there was an apology. Just Blaze said Cam'ron cut ties with him then.

Cam'ron recently spoke out and said he has not talked to Just Blaze in years. The Harlem rapper went on to say he was unaware of any tension between the two of them. Ending any speculation of a feud, Cam'ron said he is proud of everything Just Blaze has accomplished and he is also grateful for everything he has done for him.


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