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Cam’ron Concert

February 24, 2020 @ 8:00 pm


Camron Cincinnati
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Photo credit: bogarts.com

“Hey, Ma!” You should be at the Cam’ron Cincinnati Hip-Hop concert at Bogart’s


After taking the time to mourn the tragic loss of his girlfriend, Cam’ron has mustered up enough strength to get back on stage for his fans. If you “believe in flee”, you need to be at the next Cam’ron Cincinnati concert – no questions asked.


**Video contains adult language

Tickets are $25.00 and are available to purchase online while supplies last. Doors open at 7 p.m. The show will start at 8 p.m. Remember, Bogart’s is a standing room only venue, so get there early for a good spot.
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Groupon currently has tickets for $20. Get them while they last!
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Also, parking is available at East Corry and Short Vine at the VP3 building (behind Martino’s). This will be garaged parking and is the only Bogart’s PREPAID lot.



About Cam’ron
Rapper Cam’ron was born in Harlem, attending Manhattan Center High School. Though his playing earned him scholarship offers from top colleges, Cam’ron was unable to take advantage of them because of his poor academic record, and he enrolled at a small college in Texas instead. He quickly dropped out and returned to Harlem, where he became a drug dealer before turning to rap. Hooking up with the Bad Boy posse, he developed a pop-rap style similar to chief Bad Boy Puff Daddy. But Cam’ron didn’t sign with Bad Boy; Mase introduced him to the Notorious B.I.G., who in turn brought in his partner Lance “Un” Rivera. “Un” signed Cam’ron to his Untertainment label (Epic Records).


His album, Confessions of Fire, later went gold and became the Top Ten of both the Pop and R&B charts. “Feels Good” featuring Usher was another R&B chart entry in December. A year later, “What Means the World to You” heralded the release of Cam’ron’s biographical sophomore album, S.D.E. (the initials standing for Sports, Drugs, and Entertainment). Even after being in the rap game for over 20 years, fans still continue to support his career.

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2621 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH 45219 United States
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