Cam'ron sex scene
The multi-talented artist is trying to push himself out of his comfort zone on this next project and take his abilities to new heights."I'm trying to step out of the box a little and show my range in acting.in which Lane's character has a tight-lipped affair leading to scandal and intrigue.The Harlem, NY rapper says it's in place for the many music videos most artists put out.The movie was distributed by Miramax, the company founded by Harvey Weinstein and his brother Bob, and produced by Dimension Films, Bob’s vanity label under the Miramax umbrella.Cam’s verse implies that during the production of , Damon Dash—then an executive at Roc-A-Fella, where Cam was signed, and a producer on the film, along with Jay-Z and Brett Ratner—discovered Weinstein acting inappropriately towards women, at which point in Cam’s words, in his words, he smacked him. Does rap music make for good gossip and even better lies? So it felt like the perfect time to revisit the star's back catalogue, from sultry club singer to alcoholic school teacher.
"Kinda 'once you go black you never you back' type of thing but it's kind of deeper than that," he says.The untitled snippet uses a very recognizable sample in Bill Withers' "Lean On Me." Earlier this year, Cam released "10,000 Miles," the first release from the mixtape, which also made use of a prominent sample, pulling the piano line from Vanessa Carlton's "1,000 Miles." He took a similar approach on "Dime After Dime," where he flipped Cyndi Lauper's -- you guessed it -- "Time After Time."In June, Cam spoke to Noisey about his infamous 2003 interview with Bill O'Reilly, within the conversation, he revealed that his oft-quoted "I got dirt on you, Doggy," response was actually in reference to sexual assault allegations leveled against O'Reilly.