Cam'ron doesn't fit into your neat little box. He never has. It's why he wore pink fur and had a classic appearance on "The O'Reilly Factor" and cemented himself as a hip-hop favorite -- consistently creative and reliably fun. And it's why he's making an album with and for a wrestling legend.
That, and, I presume, money. A good chunk of it, I'd imagine.
According to TMZ, Killa has teamed up with former WWE champ Bret Hart to make an album in support of a Canadian company called Sharpshooter (also the name of a wrestling move that Hart helped make famous).
"[Cam] and Brett hung together for a whole weekend and went to a Ravens game together," the company's CEO, Paul Pitcher, said. "He was down from the very beginning."
You can check out a preview of a song from the project above. Below is a picture of Bret Hart rocking an OVO shirt because why not?