Harlem, USA representative Cam’ron along with Juelz Santana, Jim Jones, Hell Rell and others inspired a generation of youngsters to live organically, free and creative.
One person who took cues from Cam’ron and the Diplomats is Houtston, Texas rapper, T-Wayne. Best known for his 2015 single “Nasty Freestyle” a track that peaked at # nine on the US Billboard Hot 100, T-Wayne’s Kylie Jenner song is so reminiscent to Cam’ron’s Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.
Check Out T-Wayne’s Kylie Jenner
“I followed some of Cam’ron’s interviews where he talked about how Prince was a legend,” T-Wayne told me on Scoop B Radio.
“And how his legacy lived on even after he died.”
Check Out Cam’ron’s Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
“That’s how I want my legacy to live on,” said T-Wayne.
Check out T-Wayne and Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson’s Chat On Radio
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