Produced in 1976, Camron net worth has been said to have an approximation of 8 million dollars. Camron who is also understood by his another stage name “Killa Cam” or his real name Cameron Giles is recognized as an American rapper who holds quite plenty of Grammy nominations. Additionally, Camron has created his hip hop band called “The Diplomats” that’s also known as “The Dipset” and his another group entitled “The U.N.” which stands for ‘us now’. Membership in those groups adds an enormous part of money to the total sum of Camron net worth.
Born in New York, Camron attended Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics. Although people saw an enormous potential in Camron’s playing football, he was unable to get a scholarship for playing it because his scores were fairly low.
Camron ceased attending it and enrolled into faculty created in Texas without even graduating in the high school. However, Camron shortly quitted it also and came back to live to New York. Before beginning his career as a rapper, Camron was notorious for selling drugs. In 1990, Camron became serious about rapping and founded a group called “The Children of the Corn” which also comprised his friends Big L, Mase and Camron’s cousin Bloodshed. However, after the departure of Bloodhsed who got involved into an automobile crash, other members of the group decided to go solo in 1997.
The latter one signed Camron together with his record label company called “Untertainment” which belongs to Epic Records. One year after, Camron released his debut record called “Confessions of Fire” which increased Camron net worth a lot. The album contained singles such as “3-5-7” and “Horse and Carriage”. The latter single landed in the RnB Top Ten chart. The album “Confessions of Fire” was titled with Gold certification plus it hit both pop and RnB charts. In 2000, Camron started collaborating with Tommy Mottola who helped him to release his second album entitled “S.D.E.” which stands for ‘sports, substances and entertainment’. The album was released under the Epic record label and it also increased the entire amount of Camron net worth. Additionally, Camron co-worked with many other artists including Destiny’s Child, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana and many more.
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Actual Name: Cameron Ezike Giles
Birthday: February 4, 1976
Birthplace: Harlem, New York
37 year old Harlem native Cameron Ezike Giles has had a profitable rap career underneath the name Cam’ron. 6 studio albums under his belt along with a seventh entitled Killa Season 2 on it is way Killa Cam continues to main as important in the sport as he was in the late 90’s. The rap expert known for his flamboyant pink and purple gear started his career rocking together with the rap group Dipset. Dipset was composed of Jim Jones, Freakey Zekey, Cam’ron and Juelz Santana. The group of brothers disbanded after several artistic disagreements but a reunion has been scheduled. On his own he has surmounted over 5 million records sold worldwide been featured on over 25 singles. His net worth in 2013 is $10 million making him the most affluent from Dipset.
It was the Notorious BIG who first recognized him and introduced him to Hip Hop executives. A year later cam demanded to be released from his $1 million contract with Sony in hopes of signing on with childhood buddy Damon Dash. In 2002 he dropped his most successful album Come Home With Me under Roc-A-Fella Records. Cam signed a $4.5 million deal with Dash to additionally place Dipset Records home of the Diplomats. With all his sudden fame and attention pink, one among the very loud colours, became his signature basic. Cam even owned a custom Pink Range Rover which he lately sold to some car detailing store, Automobile Designs in downtown Manhattan for $50K.
Cam’ron dropped his last record on Roc-A-Fella “Purple Haze”. Regardless of the records popularity and high ranking among critics and authentic hip hop lovers Cam felt the record lacked suitable promotion which lead to poor album sales. Cam left the label and began a career with Warner Bros Music. He asserted former label friend Jay-Z was the reason the label didn’t fully support Cam’ron’s album. His feud with Jay-Z was ignited after he took lyrical jabs at the rapper on his release Killa Season. Cam additionally had a beef with 50 Cent. Both Cam’ron and Jim Jones took out their frustrations on former label-mate Kanye West in defense of former CEO Dame Dash[why?] by releasing a tune entitled “Toast” rhyming over Kanye West’s song “Runaway”.Despite his falling outs with rap’s top stars Cam’s popularity among enthusiasts has only grown with a new troop of Hip Hop listeners begging to get a fresh record. Killa Season 2 will likely be released in 2013.
Cameron Ezike Giles (born February 4, 1976), better known by his stage name Cam’ron (formerly Killa Cam), is an American rapper and actor from Harlem, Nyc, Nyc. He is the “de facto” leader of East Coast hip hop groups The Diplomats (also called Dipset), and also The U.N. (Us Now).
In late 2009/early 2010, Cam’ron released a string of mixtapes hosted by DJ Drama called “Boss of All Boses” which featured his new upcoming artist Vado. Cam’ron Declared he would be releasing a joint record together with his new group The U.N. called “Gunz n’ Butta”. In 2013, Vado signed with We the Best Music Group after his personal friendship with Cam’ron eroded, although Vado kept at the time that they still worked on business grade and had no animosity towards him. After 3 years Cam’ron & Jim Jones chose to begin working on a third episode of the Diplomatic Immunity record together with other Diplomat musicians like Juelz Santana and Freekey Zekey. Cam’ron announced the Diplomat record’s launch will happen around Christmas 2010. The first single featuring the reunited Diplomat members is called “Salute”. Produced by upcoming Diplomat producer AraabMuzik, the track was rumored to appear on Jim Jones next record Capo. He was featured on the tune “The Bluff” off Wiz Khalifa’s second studio album ONIFC. His next studio album Killa Season 2 will soon be released in 2013. The album will feature guest appearances from Dipset, T.I., Nicki Minaj, and Wiz Khalifa. Prior to that he released a mixtape titled, Ghetto Heaven Vol 1 on October 1, 2013. In May, he put out a song titled “Dipsh*ts” featuring commentary from Dame Dash and Juelz Santana on the hook and an accompanying official video. A few weeks after, in July, Cam’ron released “First of the Month” which included a tune and video featuring Nicki Minaj titled “So Bad”. Shortly afterwards another video premiered, this time featuring both Jim Jones and Hell Rell on a song titled “C.F.W.U.”.