A-Trak and Cam’ron deliver mega-collaboration ‘Dipsh*ts’ off upcoming ‘Federal Reserve’ EP
“Humphrey” was the first single slated from Federal Reserve, an EP where Fool’s Gold and Dipset would intersect. With the surfacing of its follow-up, it now appears more than the labels’ respective faces will be involved in the project. Cam’ron’s newest record — a mega collaboration with dance music’s board of urban flavor. Fool’s Gold provides production; A-Trak, Oliver, and Just Blaze give Cam’ron a hip-hop record that’s quintessential New York-golden era-rap. Entitled “Dipsh*ts,” A-Trak’s street-savvy tendencies come through, as does a subtle tinge of Oliver’s recognizable sound; Cam’ron laces lyrics circa last decade-Dipset and Juelz Santana hops on the hook for a reunion of Harlem’s finest. It’s still Dipset, you dipshits.