Rick Ross' hefty, boastful voice seems perfect for sampling and Cam'ron (pictured) and Vado have stepped up to the task in a new AraabMuzik-produced track entitled 'I'm About CREAM.' Using a simple rip from the Bawse's 'MC Hammer,' in which he compares himself to the infamously rich-turned-bankrupt pop rapper, the two Harlem wordsmiths put their unique New York spin on things.

Vado continues the string of stellar performances that have raised his status throughout the year, while Cam'ron rides into the track halfway through and casually slaughters the beat with his unflappable attitude.

"Last of the dope boys," he raps. "Ladies think I'm so fine/ Don't mind/ When I'm in the building/ Show time/ Gold mines, glow signs/ Vouch team/ From the bedroom, all you hear is loud screams/ Wake her up, straighten up/ Get the couch clean."

With the recent Dipset reunion and spirits riding high, Cam'ron seems to have reached top form again. While a freebie, this track also seems like a perfect cap to street hip-hop in 2010. Nobody was bigger than Ross, but Cam'ron and Vado have expertly handled a delightful form of tag-team rap since the release of 'Boss of all Bosses 2' way back in January.

Download 'I'm About CREAM' here and take a listen below.