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Cam'ron Releasing Track a Day for 30 Days

The 'UnLost Files' begins today

Cam'ron performs at the Paid Dues Independent Hip Hop Festival in San Bernardino, California.
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April 16, 2012 12:45 PM ET

Harlem rapper Cam'ron announced on Twitter that he'll drop a new track every day for 30 days. "I'ma start releasing the #UNLostFiles 2mr," reads Cam'ron's tweet from yesterday. The UnLostFiles start today and will skip weekends, premiering a new track every weekday for 30 days.

The Purple Haze MC appeared ready to release his seventh studio album, More Gunz, Less Buttah, this month, but his current priorities have apparently changed. The record is now tentatively set for a June 5th release.

Photos: Random Notes

Most recently, Cam'ron has been busy working with Harlem cohort Vado as the U.N. Earlier this year, hecolla borated with Mac Miller on a one-off track, "Dig That," that fueled rumors of a full-length collaboration. Cam'ron has teased the return of Dipset since the summer of 2010, but has mainly focused on the U.N. partnership since.

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