Cam'ron Is Public Enemy #1 Again With Upcoming Mixtape, Online Video

Elusive Dipset MC launches new MySpace page to preview tracks from November 7 tape.

Cam'ron's comeback officially has a release date. On Wednesday morning (October 24), he exclusively revealed to MTV News that his mixtape, Public Enemy #1, will be out November 7.

"Killa Season again, you little yentas," Cam said in an e-mail to MTV News, referencing his 2006 album. "November 7th. Cam'ron is anonymous. Dipset!"

Cam has also just launched Killa Cam Space on MySpace to promote the mixtape. On the site, you'll soon find exclusive music from Public Enemy #1, like the song "Glitter," which he previewed for MTV News. It's all about the flamboyant Harlemite flossin'.

There's also a new video he sent to MTV, which starts out with various clips of news outlets talking about Cam's infamous "Stop Snitchin' " campaign, including his appearance on Bill O'Reilly's "The O'Reilly Factor." From there it goes to different shots of 'hood paparazzi running up on Cam (similar to the online video that surfaced last week). It ends curiously with Killa in a graveyard and the music from the theme of "The A-Team" playing. The screen goes black as the words "Public Enemy #1, Free Double CD, November 7th" appear.

Cam is still a musical free agent and shopping around to find his next record deal. Production is almost complete on his upcoming album, which doesn't have a title yet.