When it comes time for an artist to release a new record, the onus is on him or her to advance. Some work with symphony orchestras. Some expose their souls. Others get political. But for his second album for Roc-a-Fella, in the name of progress Killa Cam has taken the biggest risk of his rap career: he's ditched the pink outfit. Now he wears - brace yourself - purple. Other than this, nothing's new about the new Cam'ron. He's still rocking to speedy soul like it's 02, rapping over TV themes (Hill Street Blues on Harlem Streets) like it's 98 and spittin' that adroit gangsta/perverted playa flow like it's 96 on what's nevertheless a guiltily pleasurable album.