SLEEVE: VG+ MEDIA: VG+ YEAR: 1998 ORIGIN: US EXTRAS: O.G Pressing
25 years ago, Cam’ron released his debut album Confessions of Fire while wearing goggles, gloves, and overalls, standing with a sledgehammer in hand in a foundry. As part of Harlem's Children of the Corn (Big L, Ma$e, Bloodshed), Cam’ron had a mix of street appeal and ballads. Although Bloodshed's death ended the group, Cam'ron went solo. Singles "357," “Horse & Carriage” (feat. Ma$e) and “Feels Good” (feat. Usher) propelled this album to achieving gold certification. Confessions of Fire solidified Cam'ron as a star, paving the way for his Dipset days and becoming biggest style influences in the industry.