Cam Wallace is living life right now. Fresh new deal with Motown, his hometown of Houston backing him and, today, his debut single, “We Made It,” receive a visual treatment. In the video, Wallace celebrates his new deal by going for a walk and reliving the grind to superstardom. Stream the new song here via Motown.
Triza behind the boards, since the signing, Wallace has been very active with the re-release of previous music like his latest EP, 6Rings and a series of new videos, which include the hit single, “Retail.” “We Made It” is slated to appear on Wallace’s forthcoming debut album, currently in the works. “We Made It” is the perfect jump-on point for any newfound fan before the release of his highly-anticipated Motown debut.
Watch the new video above and stream Cam Wallace’s latest EP, 6Rings, here.
Artist. Producer. Songwriter. Cam Wallace. Are all one in the same.
Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Wallace was initially an aspiring rapper who was influenced by the grimy underground soundtrack that was H-Town AKA Screwston. He realized, however, that the best way to find the sound that complimented his lyrical versatility was to create it himself. Cam’s creative musical blueprint was forged from a culmination of playing the tuba and trombone, his father’s extensive vinyl collection, and the geniuses that we know as Pharrell, Kanye and Timbaland.
This array of influence, creative experimentation, relentless determination, preparation and fate conspired for Cam at a young age when he scored his fellow Houstonian’s, Beyonce’s, most memorable records “Upgrade U.” It was Cam’s very first placement. Since the accomplishment with Queen B, Cam went on to produce records for chart-topping artists like Jeezy, Ciara, B.o.B, Omarion, Sevyn Streeter, Justine Skye and, his most recent, a conscious hip-hop track titled, “Slave to the Dollar,” which will be featured on R. City’s highly-anticipated debut album, What Dreams Are Made Of.
Having proved that he can create like the musical pioneers who influenced him, Cam is now out to prove that he can do the same as an artist.