Kameron Corvet is a Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter/guitarist based in Atlanta. After graduating from Morehouse College with a French degree and teaching while establishing a career as an independent artist, Kameron’s breakout moment came from composing and co-writing Sting & Shaggy’s single “Don’t Make Me Wait”. This song would be a catalyst for the legends working relationship with the song going on to be the #1 Reggae song in 14 countries including the U.S. and secure a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album(44/876) last year. Most recently, Kameron co-wrote Toni Braxton’s “Fallin'” from her recent album Spell My Name, which was recently named 2020’s album of the year by the Associated Press. Kameron’s most recent artistic release, Kathy’s Basement, has been met with rave reviews and includes world-renowned musicians Lil’ John Roberts, Darrell Freeman and Grammy-nominated producer Pierre Medor. The single “Give It A Try” is currently playing on Pandora’s Adult R&B playlist and XM Satellite Radio’s Heart and Soul station. As a performer, he’s opened for Adele, Chaka Khan, Erykah Badu, TyDolla$ign, Robert Glasper and more. Additionally, he has ventured into acting as a cast member of NatGeo’s Genius:Aretha starring Cynthia Erivo which premiered on March 21st and is currently streaming on Hulu.
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