After a brief hiatus, Cam’ron is back with a new mixtape and accompanying tour.

On Saturday (Nov. 4), the Harlemite went on his Instagram account to announce a new mixtape, The Program, and that he’s going on tour to support the project. The tape will be available on Nov. 11 while his trek of the same name will begin on Nov. 17.

The clip also features Killa Cam a reflective verse over a piano-driven rendition of Bill Withers’ “Lean On Me.”

This news comes after Cam'ron dropped a couple of songs that become fan-favorites on the internet. The Dipset leader sampled Cyndi Lauper’s 1983 classic song “Time After Time” for his drug game ode, “Dime After Dime.” Before that, he dropped an anthemic song called “D.I.A.”

As for his "Program Tour," it launches in Jacksonville, N.C., on Nov. 17, and will hit cities in Virginia, Texas, Colorado, Illinois and Tennessee before wrapping up in Buffalo, N.Y. on Dec. 15. To check out Cam'ron's full tour itinerary, head over to Songkick.com.

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