A-Trak teams up with Cam’ron for ‘Federal Reserve’ EP, previews lead single ‘Humphrey’
Fool’s Gold meets Dipset, really. A-Trak‘s ears-to-the-streets imprint hosts another hip-hop star following Danny Brown’s Old album, and this time it’s Harlem’s own Cam’ron. The veteran rapper whose career dates back well over a decade, most memorable for hits such as “Hey Ma,” meets A-Trak for still-brewing the Federal Reserve EP. First to surface comes the apparant lead single, “Humphrey,” a hip-hop record at its core which has A-Trak meeting Cam’ron on the rapper’s side of the fence.
The label-head is no stranger to such production, and his signature scratches evident in “Humphrey” have been featured by the likes of everyone from Drake to Kanye West. Now, where Fool’s Gold meets the long-hailed Dipset, A-Trak and Cam’ron’s Federal Reserve EP will make its urban markings upon a still-uknown release date.