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From Chart-Topping Hip-Hop to Pink Horse Power CEO: How Cam'ron Diversified His Portfolio

Since achieving rap stardom, Cam'ron has dabbled in acting, podcasting, and entrepreneurship. Here's a breakdown of his net worth.


May 28 2024, Published 1:50 a.m. ET

Rapper Cam’ron has had a lengthy career in hip-hop, resulting in a very impressive net worth. The Harlem native has been around since the late 1990s, and he has gone from a music icon to a podcast star.

His debut album, Confessions of Fire (1998), was certified Gold by the RIAA, according to BET. The project laid the groundwork for his stint in music.

His follow-up albums — particularly Come Home with Me, which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart – solidified his position in the rap industry.

In addition to his solo career, Cam’ron is a founding member of The Diplomats and the host of a very popular podcast. The rapper’s achievement has led to a hefty net worth that sits comfortably in the millions.

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Cam'ron performs live during Legendz of the Streetz Tour.

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Cam’ron has a six-figure net worth.

As of 2024, Cam'ron's net worth is estimated to be $6 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

He has released seven studio albums since his 1998 debut, selling over two million units worldwide, Best Selling Albums reports. The Diplomats' debut album, Diplomatic Immunity, was released in 2003 and quickly shot to the Top 10 of the Billboard 200 chart.

Outside of music, Cam’ron has appeared in several productions. He played Rico in 2002’s Paid in Full, which has since become a classic. Additionally, he directed, wrote, and starred in the film Killa Season alongside Durrel Mohammad and Juelz Santana.

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Camron attends the 99 & 2000's party at Empire.



Net worth: $6 million

Cam'ron is a prominent Harlem rapper and podcast host known for his influential role in the hip-hop group Dipset.

Birth name: Cameron Giles

Birthday: February 4, 1976

Birthplace: Manhattan, New York City

Education: Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics

Kids: 1

Mother: Fredericka Giles

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In 2022, Cam’ron transitioned into the sports media world with the launch of his podcast It Is What It Is. The show, co-hosted by Mase, quickly gained traction for its unique blend of humor and unfiltered commentary. The podcast has become a staple for fans looking for an entertaining and insightful take on the latest in sports and hip-hop.

Cam’ron’s Pink Horse Power drink is his latest venture.

Cam'ron has successfully ventured into the health supplement market with his product, Pink Horse Power. The male enhancement supplement is designed to boost stamina and libido, according to the rapper. Pink Horse Power has generated significant buzz both for its purported benefits and thanks to Cam’ron’s now-viral appearance on CNN.

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On May 21, the news network aired an interview with Cam'ron to discuss the ongoing allegations of physical abuse against Diddy. The interview, led by Abby Phillips, went left quickly. Cam'ron evaded direct answers to the host's questions, much to Abby’s growing frustration.

When asked about Diddy's public apology, Cam'ron nonchalantly responded: “The apology ain’t for me to decide, it’s [for] Cassie. He ain’t do nothin’ to me.”

Adding to the unexpected twists, Cam'ron took a sip of his Pink Horse Power drink during the live broadcast and quipped, “Sorry, I’m going to get some cheeks after this.”

His candid and offbeat comments continued as he questioned CNN's decision to invite him on the show. “Who is the talent agent for this joint?" he asked.

Any publicity is good publicity, and Cam'ron's business got plenty of it following the rapper's viral moment.

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