In the latest installment of Complex's Sneaker Shopping series, rapper Cam'ron picks up a bunch of Reeboks and modestly announces his next album, Killa Pink.

Killa Cam hasn't put out a proper album since 2009, but speaking to Joe La Puma he reveals both the new project and a new Reebok collab:

In November, when I put out my new album it's called Killa Pink, and then I got the Reebok 2's, the Flea 2's, is gonna be made in pony skin with Killa Pink also.

The pair are speaking at Stadium Goods in New York City while indulging in a spot of nighttime shopping. Cam also talks about his high-top Pradas, the Air Jordan VI, his 2,000-pair shoe collection, and why he doesn't need Nike to feel validated. He walks away with seven pairs of Reebok sneakers, coming to a total of $1,583.04.

Watch the full clip above.

After you've finished, check out the episode with Kevin Hart in which the comedian reveals he once pooped himself, below.

Meanwhile, here's everything we know so far about Frank Ocean’s new album.

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