it achieved Platinum status by the RIAA, and also contained Cam'ron's highest charting Billboard single to date, "Oh Boy," featuring his artist at the time Juelz Santana. In 2001 Cam'ron signed a new label deal with Roc-A-Fella Records and released his critically acclaimed, third studio album Come Home with Me.better known by his stage name Cam'ron (formerly Killa Cam), is an American rapper, actor and entrepreneur from Harlem, New York. Cam'ron was also a part of the group Children of the Corn before they disbanded in 1997. In 2002 Cam'ron starred in the Roc-A-Fella films Paper Soldiers and Paid in Full.He is the de facto leader of East Coast hip hop group The Diplomats (also known as Dipset), and is a member of the duo U. In 1998, Cam'ron released his debut album Confessions of Fire on Epic, the album would achieve Gold status by the RIAA. In 2004 Cam'ron released his fourth studio album Purple Haze to critical acclaim reaching Gold status by the RIAA.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 Cam'ron's group The Diplomats to sign with Roc-A-Fella.He was a promising basketball player alongside Mase, however, he was unable to take advantage of scholarship offers due to his poor academic standing. BIG introduced Giles to Lance Rivera, who signed him to his label, Untertainment.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.
In 2009, after taking a hiatus due to his mother's health, Cam'ron returned to music and released his sixth studio album Crime Pays. Cam'ron is currently working on his seventh studio album titled Purple Haze 2, which he has stated will be his final album, however in June 2016 in an interview with DJ Whoo Kid he stated that his album had been renamed to Killa Season 2: The Pink Edition with an approximate release date of November 2016 with no mention of the project being his final album.With cross-platform support for video conferencing and instant messaging, there are no complicated setups involved.All it takes is to visit a website and get started with communicating.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. (Sports Drugs & Entertainment) on Sony/Epic Records. E., and producer Digga, it included the relatively successful singles, "Let Me Know" and "What Means The World To You".A reported .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.In 2006 started shooting his movie for his album titled Killa Season, the film would mark both Cam'ron's 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.Giles was eventually introduced to The Notorious B. After Bloodshed's death in a car accident on March 2, 1997, the group disbanded and the remaining members continued solo careers. by Mase who was signed to Bad Boy Records at the time.Two years before Big L's murder in 1999, Cam'ron was introduced to The Notorious B. Biggie was so impressed by Cam'ron that he introduced him to his partner Lance "Un" Rivera who signed Cam'ron to his Untertainment label, distributed by Epic Records.