Cam'ron's 1998 hit 'Horse & Carriage,' off his debut album 'Confessions of Fire,' impacted the charts that year and went on to become one of the Harlem rapper's most memorable tracks due to the song's catchy hook, sung by Mase. The song is getting a revival this week after an old video surfaced of Cam and Dipset member Jim Jones performing the Trackmasters-produced effort.

EgoTrip put the spotlight on the clip, which was originally filmed on a show titled 'Da Mix,' airing on Canada's MuchMusic channel. The rapping pair get off to a rough start when DJ 4our 5ive fails to kick off the track on time, causing Cam to scold him. "We on!" the rhymer says. "This boy is wilin.' When the record spinner finally plays 'Horse & Carriage,' both Cam and Jim are in high spirits, dancing through a majority of the performance.

They shimmy onstage, wave their arms at each other and Jim Jones even moves around in circles while delivering his lines. But perhaps what is the video's most entertaining moment is when the rap set engage in a game of patty cake.

Check out Cam'ron and Jim Jones' patty cake action at the 2:13-mark below.

Watch Cam'ron & Jim Jones Perform 'Horse & Carriage' & Do the Patty Cake

See Photos of Hip-Hop and R&B Musicals Imagined


Download Cam'ron Songs | Buy Cam'ron Albums