Cam'ron has a new gig working with former professional wrestler Bret "The Hitman" Hart.

No, Killa isn't breaking out his pink Spandex and jumping in the ring. TMZ is reporting the Harlem rapper and wrasslin' OG have teamed up to be celebrity spokesmen for a Canadian financial company called, Sharpshooter.

According to the company's CEO Paul Pitcher, Cam and Bret recently formed a bond as the MC has been a huge fan for years. Once Hart signed on with the company The Pink One was game. "[Cam] and Brett hung together for a whole weekend and went to a Ravens game together. He was down from the very beginning," said Pitcher.

Cam has even reportedly recorded an entire album's worth of promotional music for the company. You can check out a snippet of one of the tracks, below.

Speaking of Cam'ron music, fans have been waiting patiently for the rapper's first solo album in seven years. Killa's last solo joint Crime Pays dropped all the way back in 2009. Since then he has dropped two collab releases with Vado Heat In Here Vol. 1 in 2010 and Gunz n' Butta in 2011.

However, the last two years he has kept fresh music on the scene by way of his First of the Month EP series in 2014 and the two EPs he dropped last year, Contraband with Berner and Federal Reserve with A-Trak .

Now we wait for Purple Haze 2 the follow up to his highly favored 2004 LP, which should drop this year.

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