(Press) Rising Hip-Hop Start Stunts New Hit Single on iTunes
ATLANTA, March 2 — For the past decade, Hip-Hop music has made a huge impact on today’s society. Acts such as Eminem, Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, and 50 Cent to Akon, T-Pain, Lil Wayne, and Ludacris have made a huge contribution to the culture. However as CD sales continue to decline and fans are losing faith in so much as most of them would consider hip-hop dead. When will new talents like Jay-Z come from the ashes and provide a unique style of the culture?
Look no further as Cameron “The Real Camilly” White has become a master in this ability. Born in Jacksonville, Florida and raised in many others including Memphis, Tennessee, Camilly has not only learned how to adjust to physical environments, but also how to develop as an aspiring hip-hop musician. With a quick tongue and fiery delivery, his uniqueness has aptly been dubbed “Wyld Style”.
He’s often been compared to Twista or Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, but as his name suggests, Camilly is able to switch to slower patterns similar to those of Kanye West and Snoop Dogg. The power to exhibit multiple dimensions has earned Camilly thousands of loyal fans from California to New York and even overseas. With help from the internet, he’s been able to reach listeners all over the world. “I’m not even known on a major level yet,” he says proudly, “but because of MySpace, I have people telling me that I’m their favorite rapper. Having support from fans like that is the greatest thing that’s happened so far.”
Camilly is releasing his first debut single ‘She Can Get It’ on iTunes and other services through social media distributor WaTunes.com. The single, which is already getting huge critical acclaim from DJs and radio stations from around the world as well as support from major acts such as DJ Khaled, Akon, and T-Pain is his answer to bringing a new style of music in the Hip-Hop culture. Look to see his single available at your favorite music store March 17th.
About The Real Camilly
Early in his life, Camilly discovered he was attracted to music with a purpose. Inspired by the intricacy of classical melodies, he learned to play piano at the age of nine. This would become the foundation for his production efforts. Cam says, “When I was about twelve years old, I had no producers and I got so mad at how bad people were doing beats so I just taught myself how to do it. I started using little programs from the internet and I got good at it.” Cam’s involvement in spoken word poetry, coupled with his keen ear for instrumentals, eventually evolved into something extraordinary.
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