Cam’ron makes an appearance in the Dame DOLLA Paid In Full music video
Dame DOLLA Paid In Full is one of the singles released from Damian Lillard’s album Don D.O.L.L.A and features rappers Tobe Nwigwe and Cam’ron who starred in the Paid In Full 2002 film directed by Charles Stone III. In the music video variant, we see Lillard take the role of Mitch, who previously was played by Mekhi Pfifer.
“This that meet me outside, this that family ’til I die / This that MJ 45, run the bases and I’m back / This that travel, never pack, fill the jet with Louis bags / This that happy that they mad, we too rich out here to flash,” Lillard raps in the chorus.
The Dame Dolla Paid In Full music video shows Lillard walking through a laundromat, and Nwigwe shows up in a convertible along with his wife Fat Nwigwe at his side.
“Please excuse the way I enter, got four kids out the placenta / Of the woman who’s the center of all that’s within me,” raps Nwigwe.
This isn’t the first time Nwigwe has worked with an NBA superstar on a track. Just last month, the Houston rapper paired with Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry on the visuals for “Lil Fish, Big Pond”. The same track was featured in Apple TV’s Underrated documentary film about the life and career of the future Hall of Famer.
In an interview with People, Lillard stated, “In music, I think you live and learn. As people, we constantly evolve, and we constantly grow and have different experiences. As we age, even all the way into your 70s, your music could be different because you’re living differently. In the NBA, eventually you become who you’re going to become.
Make sure to check out the Dame DOLLA Paid In Full music video below.