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Nardwuar Talks Harlem Rap, Drake & Taking "Pause" International With Cam’ron

"I'm always dapper. I'm dapper now actually."

Known for his wisecracks and fly-boy antics, Cam'ron kept it pretty "dapper" as the latest guest to connect with the human serviette himself Nardwaur. The Harlem rapper was recently in Canada during a tour stop and caught up with Nardwuar on everything from Drake, starring in his first movie Pain In Full, to showing support to the 6ix God Drake.

"I appreciate him liking what we’re doing, I like what Drake does also," Cam said after hearing past footage of Drake’s reaction to his classic hit "Horse & Carriage." Adding, "I’m a big Drake fan."

As for other artists he’s a fan of, Cam goes on to say, "One of my favorite artists ever," Cam'ron said of the legacy of Queens legend Kool G Rap "He inspired me to rap because I still got a lisp and he raps with a lisp."

Killa Cam also showed love to other rappers from Harlem, how he helped write Ma$e’s first album Harlem World, and popularizing the streets catch-phrase "pause" and "no homo."

"Nah, I didn’t invent it, but I definitely took it international. There's no if, and's or but's about that."

Peep the full interview below.

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