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Boss of All Bosses 3


Download links and information about Boss of All Bosses 3 by DJ Drama, Cam'Ron Vado. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:14:04 minutes.

Artist: DJ Drama, Cam'Ron Vado
Release date: 2011
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:14:04
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No. Title Length
1. B.O.A.B.3.0 (Intro) (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:13
2. Get Right (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:49
3. Harlem Wit It (Sour Remix) (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 4:38
4. Keys In tha Damier (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:44
5. Hood Shhh (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:16
6. All My Life (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:34
7. Not Us (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 2:59
8. Can't Help You (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 2:47
9. Rick Flai 2 (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:31
10. From the Bottom (feat. Jim Jones) (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:51
11. Cold World (feat. Rod Rhaspy) (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:54
12. Motivation (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:48
13. Bang Bang (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:53
14. Laying You Down (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 4:04
15. Livin Our Life (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 4:41
16. Talk My N***a (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:14
17. Never In a Million (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:50
18. Mobb Shhh (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 4:31
19. Oohh (feat. Jim Jones & Sen City) (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:20
20. And You Don't Stop (featuring Cam'Ron, Vado) 3:27



Ten years ago, Harlem son Cam'Ron had the streets and radio on lock with huge singles like "Oh Boy" and "Hey Ma." After years toiling in the NYC underground (his first group, Children of the Corn, also included Big L and Mase), he finally made it big. He also used his newfound fame to introduce his Diplomats crew, launching the careers of Jim Jones and Juelz Santana. With their over-the-top bravado and rambunctious production, Dipset became global superstars—until various beefs, too many affiliates, a controversial 60 Minutes interview, and changing tastes pretty much shut them down. Looking to show the world he's still here, Cam'Ron hits us with Boss of All Bosses 3, which is actually the series' fifth installment (following 2.5 and 2.8). Again teaming up with mixtape kingpin DJ Drama and the formerly buzzworthy Vado, Killa Cam drops the usual blustery rhymes loaded with weird metaphors, tales of high-roller excess, Uptown pride, and shots aimed at his enemies, all over brash production from AraabMuzik and others.