Cam'ron Made a New Rap Album with Bret "The Hitman" Hart

BY Josiah HughesPublished Feb 1, 2016

While Cam'ron has long been teasing his final album Purple Haze 2, we're beginning to hope he never finishes it. After all, the fur-adorned rapper continues to deliver the goods with his various side-projects. Last year, he unveiled his own line of breakfast cereal, and now he's outdone himself by starting a new Canada-themed rap group with wrestler Bret "The Hitman" Hart.

As TMZ reports, Killa Cam and the Hitman first bonded when they went to a Baltimore Ravens game together. From there, their friendship quickly became a partnership, as they're both the spokesmen behind a new Canadian financial company called Sharpshooter.

According to the company's CEO Paul Pitcher, Cam has recorded an entire album's worth of material related to Sharpshooter. 

TMZ shared a snippet of the first track from the album, and while it doesn't feature Hart on the mic it certainly includes plenty of references to his native Cowtown as Cam shouts out the Stampede and the Calgary Flames.

Still, the song is about Canada as a whole as Cam name drops T-dot and Van city (the latter of which he dubs as "so damn pretty").

Listen to Cam'ron's new Bret "The Hitman" Hart-inspired Canadian finance rap (?!?) below.

UPDATE (02/01, 12:30 p.m.): In related but much sadder news, Bret "The Hitman" Hart revealed on Facebook that he is battling prostate cancer.

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