Cam’ron Ezike Giles is an American actor, rapper, and record executer. He was born on 4 February 1976, in East Harlem, New York. In the year 1990, he began his art career. He joined the “U”Rivera’s Untertanment, an American screenwriter, producer, record producer and music executive platform, where he compiled his two albums and released them. Cam’ron has worked successfully in business as an entrepreneur and philanthropist in many organizations.

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Biography and Early Life

Cam’ron was born on 4 February 1976 in a place called, East Harlem, Florida. He lived with his mother, who was called, Fredericka Giles. Cam’ron attended Manhattan Centre for Science and Mathematics. 

Cam’ron grew interested in playing basketball since his younger years in school. He played alongside his friends Mase and Jim Jones. Both Mase and Jones were a rapper just like Cam’ron. Besides, Jim Jones doubled as a music video director and music executive.

He started taking classes in Texas after losing a chance of a scholarship for basketball due to poor performance in his classwork. Cam’ron was introduced to a Christopher Latore Wallace (famous known as the Notorious B.I.G) by his friends at a younger age. The Notorious B.I.G was widely known on the stage as the best rapper, songwriter, and gang music.

Cam’ron’s involvement with the Notorious B.I.G was a contributing factor to his lagging behind in his studies. After multiple fails in school, he dropped out and became a drug dealer, selling illegal drugs in Harlem. Despite all these challenges, Cam’ron continued working on his interest in music and his career flourished.

The Notorious B.I.G later introduced him to Lance Rivera who was a record producer, film producer, film director, screenwriter, and music executive and the owner of an Untertaiment Lebel. Lace Rivera later signed Cam’ron to his music label, and his music career revived thereafter in a great deal.

Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurement

So, how old is Cam’ron in 2021 and what is his height and weight? Well, Cam’ron’s age is 45 years old as of today’s date 2nd August 2021 having been born on 4 February 1976. Though, he is 6′ 1″ in feet and inches and 185 cm in Centimetres tall, he weighs about 176.4 lbs in Pound and 80 kg in Kilograms.


Cam’ron attended Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics. He was a very bright student during his junior studies. It is here that he met Mase and Jim Jones. They were both great basketball players, and they contributed a lot to the development of Cam’ron’s passion for basketball. Despite his desire to become a great basketballer, he missed a basketball scholarship opportunity due to poor academic performance. He was unable to balance between sports and academics.

He later moved to Texas and joined Navarro Junior College. Once again, he failed to complete his studies. He dropped out of school due to bad company. Most of his friends were drug dealers, and they introduced him to this illegal business. He attention was drawn to drug peddling and music and forgot about academics. His music career grew faster through the acquaintances he interacted with and by 1990 he had established himself as a great rapper.

Personal Life: Dating, Girlfriends, Wife, Kids

Cam’ron is 6’1” tall and weighs approximately 80kg (176.4lbs). He is a lover of sports, particularly basketball. He made tremendous Although his performance in the basketball game was outstanding, he missed a scholarship due to poor academic performance.

Cam’ron qualified to join the Navarro Junior College but later dropped out due to underperformance, and he then got involved in a drug-selling business to support his needs. During his younger years, he was shot by a gang, after resisting to surrender his luxurious sports car. This incident took place at night after he had performed at Harvard University in New York on 23 October 2005. He was taken to Harvard University Hospital.

Cam’ron was in a relationship with a lady called Juju, and they were blessed with a baby boy. They named him Cam’ron Ezike Giles Jr.

Is Cam’ron Gay?

Cam’ron is neither gay nor bisexual. He was involved will a lady called Juju whom he referred to like his better half. Although the relationship did not result in marriage, they were blessed with a son. There is no information revealing whether he is in a relationship or not. Hence, he is not gay.

Professional Career

In 1990, he started his music career and formed a group called ‘Children of Corn’. The group picked up so well; unfortunately, its promising state was brought to a halt in the year 1997 when one of the devout members died from a car accident. This incident caused other members to separate and pursued individual career paths.

In the year 1998, Cam’ron released his first album called ‘Confession of Fire’. The album hit throughout America with an outburst which established his music career. The breakthrough happened after he was signed by Lance Rivera, a friend he met through an artist of rap music widely known as Notorious B.I.G.

In the year 2000, Cam’ron released another album featuring his childhood friend, Jim Jones, among other people. In the year 2001 Cam’ron and his friend Jim Jones signed a deal with ‘Roc-A-Fella, records. The record deal happened after they had formed a group called ‘The Diplomats’ which focused on the Hip-Hop type of music in the year 1997.

Cam’ron founded his own record called ‘Dipset West’ in the year 2009. Together with a collaborating group, they released several albums. He is working on releasing a current album called,’ Purple Haze 2’.


Cam’ron has worked so hard to achieve his career goals. In yeah 2004 he was awarded the ‘Grammy Awards’ for the best performance of rap music by the Duo Group. He founded his own music record called ‘Dipset West’ in 2009.

He earned Gold status after his song was out ‘Confession of Fire’ and also was top ten on the R&B chart. He earned a platinum status after he released the song ‘come with me’. Cam’ron, together with the ‘Diplomat’ group, earned a gold status by the RIAA and many others.

Net Worth, Salary & Earnings of Cam’ron in 2021

As of 2021, Cam’ron’s net worth is estimated to be $10 million. His wealth can be estimated from his music career, several collaborations with different Artists. Some of the artists include; Wiz Khalid, Nicky Minaj, Jim Jones, who is his childhood friend, Lance Rivera, and many others.

Cam’ron indulged in ventures other than music including; fashion design and acting. He was also a widely known philanthropist. His different investment in music such as his own music record ‘Dipset West’ and other dealings has earned him the sum of his net worth.

Some Interesting Facts You Need To Know

  • Cam’ron left his group to begin his own music record because he felt his song on the album was not very well invested.

Cam’ron is an American musician popularly known for his rap and Hip-Hop music. He has done his solo albums and many collaborations with different musicians such as; Nicky Minaj, Wiz Khalifa, Jim Jones, and many others.

He has been involved in philanthropy with different organizations where he made huge donations to help the less privileged in society. Cam’ron has worked as a fashion designer, as a director of music, as an actor, and others.


Facts of Cam’ron Ezike Giles

  • Gender Male
  • full nameCam’ron Ezike Giles
  • birthplaceHarlem, New York, United States
  • Date of Birth February 04, 1976
  • Age 48 years 4 months
  • Horoscope Aquarius
  • Lucky Number 11
  • Lucky Stone Amethyst
  • Lucky Color Turquoise
  • Best Match for Marriage Aquarius, Gemini, Sagittarius
  • nationalityAmerican
  • religionNot known
  • professionMusician, Song writer. Author
  • weightIn Kilograms – 80 Kg, In Pounds – 176.4 lbs
  • heightIn Centimetres -185cm, In Feet and Inches – 6′ 1″
  • hair colorBlack
  • eye colorBlack
  • high schoolManhattan Centre for Science and Mathematics.

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