It's been a while, but Cam'ron, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones and Freeky Zeeky, also known as The Diplomats, are back with their first song in two years.

On Wednesday, the Harlem rappers dropped "Once Upon a Time." Teaming up with producers The Heatmakerz, the song features the classic Dipset sound, as Cam and Capo handle the rapping.

"They put on up my tab after two steps/Signing my dealer/Asks if I was signed for a mil/I ask him, Why'd would I do that/When I already signed for a mil/I'm a contract killer bitch/I had to sign up to kill," raps Jim Jones.

This song comes on the heels of Cam'ron's latest release, The Program. Up next for Cam, the rapper is gearing up for the release of Killa Season 2, although the album has missed a few release dates. Earlier this year, the rapper said the project would drop in February or March but it never surfaced.

In the meantime, Cam is going on tour in support of his new mixtape. The Program Tour  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.

Listen to "Once Upon a Time" below.

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