Harlem's Greatest

Harlem's Greatest

by Cam'ronCam'ron
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Epic only released two Cam'ron albums before letting the rapper slip to Roc-a-Fella in 2002, but that didn't prevent the label from compiling the Harlem's Greatest best-of compilation. The best songs from Cam'ron's very successful debut, Confessions of Fire (1998) -- "357," "Horse & Carriage," "Glory" -- and his quickly forgotten follow-up, S.D.E. (2000) -- "That's Me," "What Means the World to You," "Let Me Know" -- are here, making it a perfect album to pick up for anyone curious about the rapper's pre-"Oh Boy" recordings, back when he found success as a pop-rapper alongside Puff Daddy and Mase.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/26/2002
Label: Sony
UPC: 0696998637221
catalogNumber: 86372
Rank: 116282

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Cam'ron   Primary Artist
Jermaine Dupri   Track Performer
Mase   Track Performer
Destiny's Child   Track Performer
Jacob York   Background Vocals
Noreaga   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Tony Black   Engineer
Chris Champion   Engineer
Armando Colon   Producer
Carl Nappa   Engineer
Joe Quinde   Engineer
Poke   Producer
Tim Donovan   Engineer
Sharon Kearney   Engineer
Ted Wohlsen   Engineer
Chuck Bailey   Engineer
Lance "Un" Rivera   Producer
Swizz Beatz   Producer

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