Cam'ron has been known to flip a mainstream song into a street anthem.Now it appears the rapper has another legendary track on the way by way of flipped version of Vanessa Carlton's 2006 hit single "A Thousand Miles."The rapper samples the song on his new track "10,00 Miles" which features visuals and is apparently the precursor to the film that artist claims will be released this summer."A Thousand Miles" (originally titled "Interlude") is the debut single written and recorded by American pop singer Vanessa Carlton.Produced by Curtis Schweitzer and Ron Fair, the song was released as the lead single for Carlton's album Be Not Nobody (2002).Her signature song, it became Carlton's breakthrough hit and one of the most popular songs of the year.
With Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles" serving as the sample, Killa Cam ruminates about his sunken relationship after he was found cheating on his girlfriend.16) to preview an upcoming single titled “10,000 Miles,” which samples Vanessa Carlton’s 2002 hit “A Thousand Miles.” The song was featured two years later in the movie , with Carlton signing with Irv Gotti’s Murder Inc. The song has had its hip-hop ties through the years, a connection Cam builds upon in the above video.In the video caption, Cam says that the official single release will take place next week.READ: Reebok Releases Official Images Of ‘Fleebok 2′ Collaboration with Cam’ron Cam’ron’s new single follows the release of his collaborated track with Kanye West and French Montana, “A** Shots.” In addition to music, the artist has also been dabbling in the fashion and retail business, partnering with Reebok for a shoe capsule collection.Cam’ron, hip-hop’s renaissance man, used Instagram on Monday (Jan.