Cam’ron went on Instagram last night (July 25) and shared a verse about Big L. The two were both members of Children of the Corn. Big L was shot and killed in 1999 and this past June, the main suspect in Big L’s death, Gerard Woodely, was killed in Harlem.
In the clip, Cam’ron raps:
“139 Park, we started off as children / Grew up with Big L, and the dude who supposedly killed him / A week before that, though, Big L tried to kill him / What was he to do? / When the time’s right I will tell you about these villains / Now everybody dead, so it ain’t about squealing.”
The verse is suspected to be on Cam’s upcoming album, Killa Season 2, which is slated for a November release. The Harlem rapper has been recalling the past quite a bit lately. He recently went on DJ Whoo Kid’s Shade 45 show, The Whoolywood Shuffle, to explain the history behind Jay Z and the stabbing of Lance “Un” Rivera back in 1999. He shared that the two were fighting over Grammy-nominated rapper Charli Baltimore (who was in a romantic relationship with the Notorious B.I.G. at the time).
Cam has obviously also been busy making music. Earlier this summer, he reunited with Dipset on the anthemic track “Oh Yeah.”
Watch the clip of Cam rapping about Big L on the Instagram clip above.