Chamillitary Entertainment

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Chamillitary Entertainment
Founded 2004
Founder Chamillionaire
Distributor(s) Universal Records (formerly)
Genre Southern hip hop, Hip hop, Rap, Urban
Country of origin United States
Location Sugar Land, Texas

Chamillitary Entertainment (sometimes credited as Chamillitary Camp Music and Chamillitary Records) is a record/entertainment company owned and run by rapper Chamillionaire. It was distributed by Universal Records until January 15, 2011 because Chamillionaire and the label parted ways. It has since been an independent record label company.


Chamillitary Entertainment was founded in 2004 by Chamillionaire after he had left record labels; Swishahouse and Paid In Full Entertainment.[1]

Chamillionaire, alongside The Color Changin' Click, found themselves without a label home- after a falling out with Paul Wall, who returned to Swishahouse. In early 2004, Chamillionaire decided to form his own label; Chamillitary Entertainment. He signed his younger brother Rasaq to the label, as well as 50/50 Twin.

Rasaq would eventually leave the label to pursue his own goals and 50/50 Twin left the label in 2006. Chamillionaire later signed Lil Ken to the label in 2007 along with R&B singer Tony Henry and Yung Ro. Yung Ro would eventually leave the label in late 2008 due to differences with Chamillionaire. The label has been independent since January 15, 2011. This is because Chamillionaire and Universal parted ways. Chamillionaire is currently working on his 3rd studio album Poison. While working on Poison, Chamillionaire has gone on to release various projects and singles.


Artist Year
# of Projects
under Chamillitary Entertainment
Chamillionaire 2004 28
Lil Ken 2007 7
Tony Henry 2007 2

Former artists[edit]

Artist Year
# of Projects
under Chamillitary Entertainment
Rasaq 2004 2006 2
50/50 Twin 2004 2006 0
Yung Ro 2007 2008 0



Extended Plays[edit]

Compilation Albums[edit]

  • 2005: Chamillitary