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Meet Cameron Cramer

Today we’d like to introduce you to Cameron Cramer.

Cameron, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
My story starts off the same as most people, A kid chasing a dream. Most people dream about fame or money, I dream about becoming one of the greatest musicians of all time.

Music has always been something I have gravitated towards, and after dropping out of college I decided to pursue my dream by moving to California to attend Icon Collective School of Music & Music Business.

Since graduating in 2016, I have continued to perfect my craft, working hard every day and staying humble, waiting for my time to shine and my dream to become a reality.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
The road has been anything but smooth, but luckily, I’ve had my parents and some great friends to help me along the way.

The music industry is a difficult and unforgiving business to get into. Thankfully I’ve been able to surround myself with likeminded individuals that help me stay on track and avoid any bad deals/contracts.

Living in LA has been one the hardest challenges I’ve had to face. A shady rental agreement landed me and a friend homeless for 15 days, having to resort to sleeping in our cars and showering in bathrooms. I’m glad to have had a friend to go through that with, things may have turned out very different if I was by myself.

Tell us about your music – what should we know?
I release all my music under the alias “Cammie”. “Cammie” is a lo-fi hip-hop project created out of my love for classic hip-hop.

Lo-fi hip-hop definition –
A subliminal sub-genre of conscious hip-hop that is characterized by the high-utilization of elements such as introspection and seeks to engage with elements of human emotion.

My proudest moment would be signing my first single with a label. At the time I was still brand new to the music industry, so signing a song with a label was a huge milestone for me. I remember how happy I was to see so many people support the release, I uses that feeling as fuel to work harder and harder every day.

Any shoutouts? Who else deserves credit in this story – who has played a meaningful role?
I owe everything I have to my parents; without their constant support I would be nothing. Everything I do is for them.

I’m also very thankful for my friends, they help me up when I’m feeling down.

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