Cam’ron (Rapper) Net Worth, Age, Height, Mother, Jay-Z, Son and 50 Cent
Who is Cam’ron?
Cam’ron is an American rapper, record executive, and actor. He appeared in the Damon Dash produced the film, Paid in Full, 2002 where he portrayed one of three main characters alongside Mekhi Phifer and Wood Harris.
He separated his label, Diplomat Records from Roc-A-Fella in 2005 due to conflicts between himself and label-head Jay-Z, and went on to sign the label to a distribution deal with Asylum Records.
Cam’ron is 46 years old as of 2022. He was born on February 4, 1976 in New York, United States. He celebrates his birthday on the 4th of February every year.
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Cam’ron stands at an average height of 5 feet 11 (1.85 m)inches with a moderate weight.
Cam’ron was raised by his mother, Fredericka Giles, in the East Harlem neighborhood of Upper Manhattan, New York City. Information about his family including his parents and siblings is not available. This section will be updated as soon as information about his parents is available.
Cam’ron has not shared his relationship status. He prefers to keep his relationship and personal life private. We shall update this section as soon as he shares his partner. Nevertheless, Cam’ron has one child named Cameron Ezike Giles Jr.
Cam’ron attended Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics. He was poor in academics and this made him miss a chance of taking scholarship offers. He went on to join a college in Texas, without even graduating from high school, but soon dropped out.
Cam’ron Net Worth
Cam’ron has an estimated net worth of $8 million. He has amassed all his fortunes from his successful career as a rapper, record executive, and actor.
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Cam’ron Career As an Actor
Cam’ron went on to play one of three key roles in the Damon Dash-produced picture Paid in Full, alongside Mekhi Phifer and Wood Harris, in 2002. He began filming Killa Season, a film for his album, in 2006.
The film would represent his written and directorial debuts, as well as his comeback to acting. Killa Season was released on DVD on April 25, 2006, following a two-day theatrical run.
Cam’ron released his first picture, “Killa Season,” which he wrote, directed, and starred in. Despite selling 112,000 units in its first week and debuting at number two on the charts, Killa Season did not achieve the same level of success as his previous two releases, but it was certified gold.
He took a three-year vacation from music after the release of Killa Season and his battle with 50 Cent in 2007, after his mother had three strokes that left her paraplegic on her left side. He moved to Florida with her to arrange for her rehabilitation and therapy, and he stayed until she was totally recovered.
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Cam’ron Career As a Rapper
Cam’ron started his musical career in the mid-1990s, rapping in a group called Children of the Corn with Big L, Mase, and his cousin Bloodshed. Following the death of Bloodshed in a car accident on March 2, 1997, the band disbanded and the other members pursued solo careers.
Cam’ron collaborated with fellow Diplomats members Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, and Freekey Zeeky in March 2003 to release the Diplomats’ debut double-disc album, Diplomatic Immunity, on Roc-A-Fella/Diplomat Records, which was instantly certified gold by the RIAA.
In July 2016, he announced the release of his album Killa Pink, as well as the promotion of his signature shoe, the Reebok Flea 2, and the announcement that the shoe would be launched in conjunction with the record.
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- Hey Ma
- Oh Boy [Clean]
- Down and Out
- Dipset Anthem
- Get ’em Girls
- Welcome to New York City
- What Means the World to You
- Touch it or Not
- The ROC
- Losin Weight
- You Gotta Love It
- Purple Haze
- Killa Season
- Come Home With Me
- S.D.E (Sports Drugs & Entertainment)
- Confessions of Fire
- Crime Pays
- Boss of All Boses
- Gunz n’ Butta
- Paid in Full
- Killa Season
- Honor Up
- State Property 2
- House Party 2
- Paper Soldiers
- Beef 4