Camron Net Worth

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January 1, 2020

Camron Net Worth

How Much money Cameron Ezike Giles has? For this question we spent 13 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Rappers
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $8 Million.

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Biography

Cameron Ezike Giles information Birth date: February 4, 1976 Birth place: Harlem, New York, USA Profession:Rapper, actor, entrepreneur Education:Manhattan Center High School, Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics Nationality:AmericanAwards:Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group (2004 (2004), 2003)Record labels:Killa, Untertainment, Epic, Diplomat, Roc-A-Fella, E1, Asylum Movies:Paid in Full (2002), Nuthin to Lose (2003), Hoodz: The Fight for New York (2006), Smack: Vol. 1 (2003), Funkmaster Flex: Car Show Tour (2005)Albums:Confessions of Fire (1998), S.D.E. (Sports Drugs & Entertainment), Come Home with Me (2001), Purple Haze (2004), Crime Pays (2009)

Height, Weight

:How tall is Camron – 1,75m.
How much weight is Camron – 54kg

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Biography,1976–97: Early life and career beginningsCameron Giles was born and raised in Harlem. He went to school at Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics, where he met his longtime friends Mase and Jim Jones. He was a promising basketball player alongside Mase, however, he was unable to take advantage of scholarship offers due to his poor academic standing. Instead, he enrolled in a college in Texas, without even graduating from high school, but soon dropped out and returned to Harlem where he began selling drugs before starting his rap career. He began his musical career in the mid 1990s, rapping alongside Big L, Mase, and his cousin Bloodshed, in a group called Children Of The Corn. After Bloodsheds death in a car accident on March 2, 1997, the group disbanded and the remaining members continued solo careers.1998–2002: Confessions of Fire, S.D.E. and Come Home with MeTwo years before Big Ls murder in 1999, Camron was introduced to The Notorious B.I.G. by Mase who was signed to Bad Boy Records at the time. Biggie was so impressed by Camron that he introduced him to his partner Lance Un Rivera who signed Camron to his Untertainment label, distributed by Epic Records. His debut album, Confessions of Fire, was released a year later in July 1998 and included singles such as 3-5-7 (which was also featured in the movie Woo), and Horse and Carriage featuring Mase which reached the R&B Top Ten and just missed out on reaching the pop Top 40. The album achieved gold status and made the Top 10 of both the pop and R&B charts.In 2000, Camron was working with music executive Tommy Mottola and released his second album S.D.E. (Sports Drugs & Entertainment) on Sony/Epic Records. With features from Destinys Child, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones, N.O.R.E., and producer Digga, it included the relatively successful singles, Let Me Know and What Means The World To You. The album reached Number 2 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, and Number 14 on the Billboard 200.After demanding a release from Sony/Epic Records, Camron signed with his childhood friend and new manager Damon Dash to Roc-A-Fella Records in 2001, alongside artists such as Jay-Z, Beanie Sigel, Freeway and Memphis Bleek. A reported $4.5 million record deal was agreed upon with and Damon Dash and his Roc-A-Fella partners Kareem Biggs and Jay-Z in the form of a record advance. His third and most successful album Come Home with Me was released in 2002 featuring guests such as Jay-Z, Beanie Sigel, and Memphis Bleek, and production from Just Blaze, Kanye West and The Heatmakerz. It included the hit singles Oh Boy and Hey Ma, which both featured The Diplomats newest member and protege, Juelz Santana. The album achieved platinum status and served as a stepping stone for Camrons group The Diplomats to sign with Roc-A-Fella.In 2002, Camron went on to appear in the Damon Dash produced film, Paid in Full, in which he played one of three main characters alongside Mekhi Phifer and Wood Harris.[citation needed] In 2006 started shooting his movie for his album entitled Killa Season, the film would mark both Camrons screenwriting and directorial debuts, as well as his return to acting. Killa Season was released to DVD on April 25, 2006, after a special two-day theatrical release.2003–09: Purple Haze, Killa Season and Crime PaysIn 2003 Camron teamed up with his fellow Diplomats Members Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, and Freekey Zeeky to release the Diplomats debut double disc album, Diplomatic Immunity, in 2003 under Roc-A-Fella/Diplomat Records, which was quickly certified gold by the RIAA. The album featured the lead single Dipset Anthem, a remix to Camrons hit Hey Ma and the (street anthem) single I Really Mean It, as well as boasting production from Kanye West, Just Blaze, and The Heatmakerz. A year later, the Diplomats released their second album, Diplomatic Immunity 2. Although not as successful as their debut, it still was boosted to gold status. Around this time in the height of his mainstream fame, Camron was known for popularizing the color pink. During this period, Camron was always seen wearing pink clothing and even bought an all-pink Range Rover, which can be seen in his video for Killa Cam. Camrons fourth studio album, Purple Haze, was released on December 7, 2004 on Def Jam/Roc-A-Fella Records. It featured collaborations with Kanye West, Jaheim, Twista, Juelz Santana, and various other artists and ultimately reached gold status. The album was also a critical success, being ranked 114th on Pitchfork Medias Top 200 Albums of the first decade of the 21st century List, and 10th on Rhapsodys Hip Hops Best Albums Of The Decade List. However, after feeling that the album was poorly promoted and that his projects were not receiving the attention they deserved, Camron requested his release from Roc-A-Fella Records.On April 28, 2005, CamRon officially joined the Warner Music Group under the Asylum Records imprint. He began work on what would be his first project for the new label. Camrons fifth studio album, entitled Killa Season, was released on May 16, 2006 featuring production from long term collaborators The Heatmakerz, Charlmagne and Ty Fyffe, as well as others such as Alchemist and I.N.F.O.. Along with the album, Camron released his first film, in which he wrote, directed and starred in, also titled Killa Season. Despite selling 112,000 units in the first week and debuting at #2 on the charts, Killa Season failed to have the same sales strength as his two previous releases, but Killa Season became certified gold.After the release of Killa Season and his feud with 50 Cent in 2007, Camron took a three-year hiatus from music after his mother suffered three strokes which left her paralyzed on her left side. He moved to Florida with her to set up her rehabilitation and therapy, and stayed there until she had fully recovered. Camrons 2009 album, Crime Pays was released on Asylum/Diplomat Records, featuring the majority of the production handled by Skitzo and AraabMuzik. Although none of the singles from, the album managed to chart, the album still reached #3 on the Billboard 200 but only sold 150,000 units, making this the lowest selling album of his career. In 2009 Camron formed a new label, Dipset West & new group the The U.N..2010–present: Mixtapes, EPs, and collaborationsIn late 2009–early 2010, Camron released a series of mixtapes hosted by DJ Drama called Boss of All Boses which featured his new upcoming artist Vado. Camron also released a collaboration album with his new group the U.N. (group) which included himself and fellow Harlem rapper Vado entitled Heat in Here Vol. 1, the first single off the album was Speaking Tongues which peaked at No. 82 on the U.S. R&B charts. Camron announced that he would be releasing a joint album with rapper Vado called Gunz n Butta, on April 19, 2011, the album was released on E1 Music. In 2013, Vado signed with We the Best Music Group[11] after his personal friendship with Camron eroded, although Vado maintained at the time that they still worked on a business level and had no animosity towards him.[12] After three years Camron and Jim Jones decided to mend their differences and start working together again for the third installment of the Diplomatic Immunity album along with fellow Diplomat members Juelz Santana and Freekey Zekey. Camron announced that The Diplomat albums release would take place around Christmas 2010. The first promotional single featuring the reunited Diplomat members was entitled Salute, it was produced by upcoming Diplomat producer AraabMuzik, though the track would later appear on Jim Jones album Capo.[13]In 2012 Camron was featured on rapper/singer Wiz Khalifas second studio album O.N.I.F.C. on a song entitled The Bluff. Also In 2012 Camron would be featured on female rapper/singer Nicki Minajs second studio album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded on a song entitled I Am Your Leader along with rapper Rick Ross.In 2013 during an interview Camron discussed his seventh upcoming studio album Killa Season 2 stating that it will feature guest appearances from Dipset, T.I., Nicki Minaj, and Wiz Khalifa.[14] On October 1, 2013, Camron released his promotional mixtape for the album entitled Ghetto Heaven Vol 1.[15]In January 2014, according to Complex Magazine, Camron and A-Trak were to team up for a collaborative EP to be titled Federal Reserve which would be executive-produced by Dame Dash and have featured appearances by Juelz Santana and Jim Jones.[16] In May, they put out the first single from the album entitled Dipsh*ts featuring commentary from Dame Dash and Juelz Santana on the hook and an accompanying official video. On February 11, 2014, Camron along with fashion designer Mark McNairy revealed their Cape line during New York fashion week.[17] On October 20, 2014, via his Instagram Camron revealed and released his Ebola mask stating on the caption Ebola is no joking matter, so if u have to be safe, be fashionable.[18] Camron also has a fashion clothing line entitled Dipset USA which is branded off his former label Diplomat Records.[19] On July 1, 2014, Camron released his 1st of the Month, Vol. 1 EP.[20] On August 1, 2014 Camron released his 1st of the Month, Vol. 2 EP, it included the single So Bad featuring Nicki Minaj.[21][22] On September 1, 2014 Camron released his 1st of the Month, Vol. 3 EP.[23] On October 1, 2014, Camron released his 1st of the Month, Vol. 4 EP.[24] On November 1, 2014, Camron released his 1st of the Month, Vol. 5 EP.[25] On December 1, 2014 Camron released his 1st of the Month, Vol. 6 EP.[26] On December 11, 2014 Camron announced that his next studio album will not be a sequel to his fifth album Killa Season but will be a sequel to his critically acclaimed fourth studio album Purple Haze entitled Purple Haze 2, Camron would also announced that this would be his final album.[27] On December 16, 2014 Camron would release his compilation 1st of the Month: Box Set (Deluxe Edition).[28]On January 1, 2015 well known DJ Funkmaster Flex announced via his instagram that he had spoken to fellow Diplomat members Camron, Jim Jones & Juelz Santana about an upcoming Diplomats mixtape which included fellow member Freekey Zeekey, he also confirmed & stated that he will be hosting the mixtape along with DJs/Rappers/Producers DJ Khaled, Swizz Beatz & DJ Mustard.[29]In July 2016, he announced that he will release an album called Killa Pink and he promoted his line of signature the Reebok Flea 2s, and announced that the shoe will be released in combination with the album.[30]

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