Diplomat Records CEO Cam'ron will hold a press conference on Wednesday, Jan. 25 to discuss the current feud his record aimed at Def Jam president Jay-Z, his new album and upcoming movie.
Members of his Diplomats Crew, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones, JR Writer, and Hell Rell will also be joining Cam'ron.
At the press conference, Cam'ron will reveal his reasons for speaking out against Jay-Z on his track, "Gotta Love It."
"The last straw was that station down the dial [Power 105 and] he supposed to ["declare war"], where he is supposed to be dissing everybody he had a problem with," he recently told Miss Jones, DJ Envy and the Hot 97 morning show. "So you know leading up to the concert, I got Dame calling me like, 'He's trying to get old footage of you of when you and Jim got jumped and he's trying to find Jim's Catholic school pictures.' So leading up to this concert, we had to get on point, you dig? I don't know whatever he was looking for, you ain't gonna find it."
The Harlem-bred rapper will also discuss the future plans of his popular crew, The Diplomats.
Cam'ron was shot last October in Washington DC after attending a nightclub during Howard University's homecoming.
On the track "Gotta Love It," Cam'ron implies his assailants were supporters of Roc-A-Fella Records.
During the press conference, Cam'ron will show clips of his upcoming film, "Killa Season."
"Killa Season" marks the rapper's directorial debut and is slated for an April release.
The Diplomat CEO will also preview tracks from his highly anticipated upcoming album, also titled Killa Season.
Cam'ron currently is featured on the cover of XXL Magazine.