Cam'ron

Harlem's Greatest

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Epic only released two Cam'ron albums before letting the rapper slip to Roc-a-Fella in 2002, but that didn't prevent the label from compiling the Harlem's Greatest best-of compilation. The best songs from Cam'ron's very successful debut, Confessions of Fire (1998) -- "357," "Horse & Carriage," "Glory" -- and his quickly forgotten follow-up, S.D.E. (2000) -- "That's Me," "What Means the World to You," "Let Me Know" -- are here, making it a perfect album to pick up for anyone curious about the rapper's pre-"Oh Boy" recordings, back when he found success as a pop-rapper alongside Puff Daddy and Mase.

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