Label: Epic - EK 69873 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop •
If you want street beats, clever rhymes, and top-notch guest appearances, then Cam'ron's sophomore effort, S.D.E. (the title stands for sports, drugs, and entertainment) is worth every cent you pay for it. It's a jambalaya of strings, keys, and heavy bass lines: Cam gives the listener an album /5(34).
· Here is the advanced copy of Cam'rons 2nd LP Sports Drugs Entertainment! This versions flows way better than the one we ended up getting. The track sequence makes way more sense. Plus the skits bring it all together. There is also a few new songs up on here as ted Reading Time: 2 mins.
Beginning his career in the mids as Killa Cam, Giles signed to Lance "Un" Rivera's Untertainment under the aegis of Epic and released his first two studio albums Confessions of Fire and S.D.E. (Sports Drugs & Entertainment) in 19respectively; the former achieved Gold status by the RIAA.
Bottom Line: While Cam'ron's Confessions Of Fire is not the best album of , its one of his best albums and is better than the hot garbage he has been putting out lately. Cam'ron's rhymes on certain tracks were better than the way he raps now. He blow this one out the water with S.D.E. though/5(43).
· “Sports, Drugs & Entertainment,” from his second album, showed Cam’ron’s taste for sweeping, cinematic samples, which he later honed into an iconic sound with his budding rap crew, the.
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