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Killa Season

3.2 out of 5 stars 68 customer reviews

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Cameron Giles, better known as Harlem rapper and Dipset founder- Cam'ron, returns with Killa Season, his first joint release between his Diplomatic Man label & Asylum records. Directed by and starring Cameron Giles, this Harlem inspired story details Flea's rising empire to take over the streets & unstoppable drive to hustle all the money in various places around the world.

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You would think that after (1) being shot during an attempted car-jacking last year and (2) deciding to publicly attack Jay-Z on radio and in a song, Cam'Ron's Killa Season would be a tidal force of passion and/or venom. Instead, it sounds much like his last album, 2004's Purple Haze--perhaps too much. Killa Season's beats are surprisingly dull and anemic, using many of the same musical formulas from Haze, except now the sped-up soul samples and dramatic orchestral flourishes sound like retreads. The album's main saving grace is Cam'Ron himself. Even over tepid tracks, Cam still distinguishes himself as an entertaining lyricist, able to execute the most outrageous of boasts---whether crime, sex or style-related---with a deceptively simple flow that unfolds into a complex set of wordplay that would impress most linguists. It's just too bad this sounds more like a B-grade mix-CD than the tour de force Cam was prepping everyone for. --Oliver Wang
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 16, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Asylum Records
  • ASIN: B000F0UV3Q
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #143,071 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By S. Golden on August 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
First of all, for the amatures out there, Rap is hard to listen to. If your a rap skeptic, this is not the first cd I would give to you to listen (althought I played a couple tracks for my 16 year old sister and she got it). Start with someone real articulate with their words and their song formulas like Nas, 2pac or Guru/Gangstarr.

Cam'Ron on the other hand makes up his own flow, his own language and his own style. No one else sounds like Cam, (for sure you can hear his influences in his music, ever heard the irractic and genius syle of Ghostface?) Cam'Ron is one of the most hillarious rappers to ever make an album. You need to listen to this album and realize the humor that Cam'Ron puts into it. He is an amazingly talented lyricist, nearly everything he says could mean two or three different things, and don't think that anything in his music is there by accident. If you hated this cd maybe you're not quite ready for it. If you think this CD was 5 stars and can teach you lessons about how to live life, well, then I hope you lock your guns and don't have children. If you're a fan of rap music and take the lyrics for what they are, then you should be able to see the hillarity of what Cam has to say.

And if you dont like this post well then, Go get your wet wipes.

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If you liked Purple Haze, then you won't feel burned if you buy Killa Season. Nice up-tempo beats throughout the album. Killa has the same incomplete sentence, witty, make you laugh style that he's been using for the last 2 to 3 years.

If you like Killa, its another album to add to the collection. If you liked Purple Haze, its not a drop off at all.

If you didnt like P.Haze, this is pretty much the same so leave it on the shelf.
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This cd was even better than I expected. For the most part the lyrics are good and the beats are sick. Some of the tracks need to be listened to a few times to like them, other than that the whole cd is hott.

Top Tracks:

He Tried To Play Me

We Make Change

Suck It Or Not

Get Em Daddy

Gotta Love It

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1. Killa Cam (Intro) 5/5 very good track, hot beat best intro ever!!

2. He Tried To Play Me - (with Hell Rell) 5/5 good slow track i like it

3. Leave You Alone 3/5 its ok not the best track

4. Living A Lie - (with Mo' Money) 2.5/5 some people like it but i don't!

5. We Make Change - (with Juelz Santana) 5/5+ love this track!

6. Voicemail Interlude n/a

7. Wet Wipes 5/5 good track, beats wicked hot!

8. Touch It Or Not - (with Lil Wayne) 4/5 good track too sexual for my taste...

9. War - (with Hell Rell) 2/5 bad!!!

10. Triple Up - (with 40 Caliber) 3/5 its ok

11. I.B.S. 2/5 its weak only thing good is the beat

12. Get Ya Gun 3/5 its ok

13. White Girls 5/5 good steady song...

14. Girls, Cash, Cars 5/5+ hot!!!! when i heard it long time ago i was amazed on how good cam done... lyrically!

15. Do Ya Thing - (remix) 4/5 awsome song, good beat

16. Get 'Em Daddy - (remix, with Hell Rell/JR Writer/Jim Jones) 3.5/5 its good

17. Voicemail Interlude 2 n/a

18. Something New - (with Hell Rell) 2/5 awfull what happened to jahiem

19. You Gotta Love It - (with Max B) 3/5 weak diss, beat is ok but i liked the original one better

20. Love My Life - (with Nicole Wray) 5/5 good ender, priceless
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I'm gonna be very honest with y'all on here. I wasn't impressed about this Killa Season album. I only liked "He Tried To Play Me" and "Get Em Daddy (Remix)". I couldn't believe that I wasted almost $20 on it!!! I was really pissed when I listened to this album. Now I know next time before I get another album, especially a Cam'Ron album, that I will listen to the samples on Amazon or CD Universe first. It's not that Cam'Ron is a bad lyricist, in which I don't think he is that bad. But I really think that this whole album for the most part needs a makeover or something. The production and most of the lyrics are just... Trash! Cam step yo game up man!!! I give this album a 1.5 of 5 stars.
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Mark 2006 as the year that Cam committed career suicide. He should have went at 50, Mase and G-Unit, since they are the crew that's on top right now and everyone loves to hate on. Instead, he chose Jay, who's been retired for 3 years and is a living legend. Dumb, dumb, dumb. Before all the attacks on Jay, he was on pace to be next in line to the throne. Now, he's on pace to not being mentioned at all. I will give Cam and Jim Jones credit for being hilarious, but it looks like Jay-Z will get the last laugh.
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First off if your a Dipset hater don't bother reading. Cam'ron has put together one of the best Cd's of the year with Killa Season. Almost every beat is sizzling and he even does a little rapping off some Earth Wind and Fire beats. Overall this Cd is definitely in the running for album of the year and you just cant be hatin' on this.
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"Well Cam'ron has sure gone through a lot of drama this past year? A la 50 Cent style he was shot last year during a car jack and has traded barbs with Jay-Z. He first blew up on the scene with S.D.E. a classic because of Cam's catchy rhymes and street beats and sped up samples. Now with his own crew the Diplomats, Cam'ron is trying to shoot his way to the top with his follow up to Purple Haze with Killa Season, and after a listen you'll probably want to kill this CD itself!

At times Cam just cant get the right mix of beats and lyrics. Songs like "Wet Wipes", "Girls, Cash, Cars" and "I.B.S." have good production but wack lyrics, while other tracks "Leave You Alone" and "Triple Up" have decent lyrics but rehashed samples. And it doesnt even sound like Cam was trying on the half-hearted Jay-Z diss track "You Gotta Love It" with Max B.

There are some good songs like "Touch It Or Not" which might be to nasty for some people especially when you get to Lil Wayne's verse, and the remixes to "Do Ya Thing" and "Get 'Em Daddy" with Hell Rell, J.R. Writer and Jim Jones. The best track comes at the end on "Love My Life" with Nicole Wray singing the chorus and Cam describing his life and feelings for his friend Bloodshed.

Things get predictable again with weak lyrics on the violent tracks "Get Ya Gun", "Triple Up" and "War". And "White Girls" could have just been left behind. Also there's too many guest appearances on here and at 75 minutes long you just wish Cam could have spent more time with writing his lyrics. Maybe the most diehard dipset fans can appreciate this album because it seems like Cam'ron has leveled off considerably from his strenghts.
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