DJ Funkmaster Flex
|Music by||Kerry Muzzey|
|Distributed by||Asylum Entertainment|
|April 25, 2006|
Cam'ron's debut into the film world chronicles a loosely autobiographical plot of his own transformation from a high school basketball star to a full-time heroin dealer. This film is based on the life of High school basketball phenom Karlton Hines. Cameron's character is named "Flea."
Other members of the Diplomats who made appearances in the film included 40 Cal, Un Kasa, J. R. Writer and "Chubbie Baby," who served as Flea's supplier of firearms. However, these three members played minor roles and their parts did not involve much dialogue. Jim Jones, The Diplomats co-founder, is seen only briefly in the beginning of the film. However, near the end of the scene in which the Diplomats go to Atlanta, Jim Jones is blurred out but can be identified by one of his slogans.
The film was released in 2006, nearly simultaneously with Cam'ron's Killa Season album. It was shown at a few theaters in New York City and is available on DVD.
In one scene, female Colombian drug mules defecate onto newspaper in an abandoned apartment. They are then made to clean off the "fingers" of heroin they've smuggled in.