Rapper Cam’ron says UFC used music without permission, lawyers called
Hip-hop artist Cam’ron is a bit upset with UFC President Dana White. In the video below the rapper states that White used the song “Welcome to New York City” to promote the UFC 205 fight card featuring Conor McGregor at Madison Square Garden, and did it without his permission. Cam’ron states that his lawyers will be reaching out today.
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“Welcome to New York City” was the seventh track from Cam’ron’s third album Come Home with Me. The song featured fellow Roc-a-Fella labelmate Jay-Z and Juelz Santana. The song was produced by Just Blaze (along with him providing additional vocals), who also produced other songs in this album such as “Losing Weight, Pt. 2” and the hit single Oh Boy. This song was also the theme song for the November 2005 popular crime video game True Crime: New York City. The song peaked at #55 at the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks.
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