|Studio album by Cam'ron|
|Released||May 16, 2006|
|Recorded||July 2005 - March 2006|
|Genre||East Coast Hip hop, Hardcore Hip Hop |
|Producer||Cameron Giles (exec.), The Alchemist, Pro-V For Treetown Entertainment, Charlmagne, Blackout Movement, Ty Fyffe, Jonathan Dugger, Headbangaz Entertainment, Nova, The Heatmakerz, Big Tyme, The Beat Firm, Stay Gettin' Productions, Chad Hamilton, I.N.F.O., Boola|
Killa Season is the fifth studio album by Harlem rapper Cam'ron. It was released on May 16, 2006. Cam'ron was also the executive producer of the album. The album sold 112,000 in his first week, debuting at #2 on the Billboard 200.
|1||"Killa Cam (Intro)"||Pro-V For Treetown Entertainment||40 Cal||5:01|
|2||"He Tried To Play Me"||Charlmagne||Hell Rell||3:43|
|3||"Leave You Alone"||Blackout Movement||3:24|
|4||"Living A Lie"||Ty Fyffe||Mo Money||4:32|
|5||"We Make Change"||Jonathan Dugger||Juelz Santana||3:10|
|7||"Wet Wipes"||The Alchemist||3:35|
|8||"Touch It or Not"||BBanga of Headbangaz Entertainment||Lil Wayne||3:41|
|10||"Triple Up"||BBanga of Headbangaz Entertainment||40 Cal||4:09|
|12||"Get Ya Gun"||Big Tyme||3:58|
|13||"White Girls"||The Beat Firm||3:48|
|14||"Girls, Cash, Cars"||Stay Gettin' Productions||3:06|
|15||"Do Ya Thing (Remix)"||Chad Hamilton||2:54|
|16||"Get 'em Daddy (Remix)"||I.N.F.O.||Hell Rell, J. R. Writer, & Jim Jones||4:33|
|17||"Voicemail Interlude 2"||Sancochito's Ent.||1:13|
|18||"Something New"||Boola||Hell Rell||3:34|
|19||"You Gotta Love It"||I.N.F.O.||Max B||6:13|
|20||"Love My Life"||Jonathan Dugger||Nicole Wray||4:23|
"Wet Wipes" samples the song "Memories" by the 70's rock group Earth and Fire.
The song in the beginning of "Killa Cam" was originally called "Worried" by featuring artist 40 Cal.
The song "You Gotta Love It" is an interpolation of "Roxy Loses" from the Basic Instinct soundtrack. There are two versions of this song one with a sample and one without a sample.
The song Get'em Daddy was originally supposed to be on Cam'ron's 4th album Purple Haze but due to the amount of songs on purple haze it was later remixed for killa season with J.R. writer, Hell Rell and Jim Jones.
Interestingly enough on the back of the killa season album the song times don't match up with the times of each actual song.
On the song "Leave you alone" about 3 seconds after Cam'ron finishes his first verse you can hear him reciting it over again faintly.
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