50 appeared on Angie Martinez's Hot 97 radio show last week and while discussing with Lox member Styles P, the G-Unit boss claimed he could stop a record from coming out at Koch Records. Moments later, Cam'ron would call into question 50's statement and inquire why he would allow his own artist, Mobb Deep's Prodigy, to sign with a label he referred to as a "graveyard".
The video, titled "Funeral Music," begins with a hearse rolling by with the words "Cam'ron's Career" written on it. The clip features G-Unit members flashing guns and money and ends with an animation reenacting Cam's Lamborghini getting shot up in Washington D.C, last year.
During the video's outro 50 pokes fun at Cam'ron's lyrical prowess and seemingly sides with Jimmy.
"I'm not gonna destroy Dipset, just tryna maintain it," he scoffs. "From now on Jimmy's the boss of Dipset, Juelz is the capo, Cam is demoted to soldier. We like Jimmy better anyway, Balllin'!"
"C'mon man, what's the last Cam joint you liked?" 50 continues . "Computers computing, boggetey booting? Cam'ron, you better learn how to talk to me!"