Recently South Florida artist Cameron Airborne, dropped the music video for his song “No Cuffin” featuring buzzing rapper Jackboy. In the Andrew Colton directed music video, listeners get a hazy and psychedelic visual to go along with Cameron Airborne‘s catchy Summer bop.
“The beat was a collaborative track with K.E. on the Track. He laced up the beat and I got Jackboy on there for the hook too. It’s just real catchy, we shot the video for the track and it just a had kind of club or pop vibe to it. It’s definitely a Summer song and it’s very upbeat and kind of fast-paced, it def keeps the head nodding.”
Combing elements of guitar and singing, Cameron Airborne has found a lane doing his own thing combining it all with rap after performing in a band early on in his career.
“I play guitar because I had played in a band before and I ended up rapping. It gave me stage experience and the drive to want to do my own thing.” Cameron Airborne explained. “I branched out and started doing my own music and I always wrote my own poetry so transitioning to rapping was natural. I can make trap music, I can make pop catchy sounding music and I can make real lyrical stuff too. When I put out a projects I try to put out a little something for everyone to take something away from the project.”
Although most of the world has been shut down over the past few months with COVID-19, Cameron Airborne remains busy producing instrumentals and gearing up for his own studio where he will be able to record artists there.
“Im just on the independent grind, I’m opening up my own studio and that way I can make money, just recording and doing sessions,” Cameron Airborne explained. “I’ve been producing my own instrumentals and so I have a lot of music lined up and some big features tucked away for the right time to present them.”
ABOUT CAMERON AIRBORNE
South Florida’s Cameron Airborne is a fastest rising Hip-Hop artist based in Palm Beach, Florida. Originally from Long Island, New York, Cameron moved to “The Sunshine State,” at the age of 9, after his parent’s divorce. . It was during this time that Cameron began to gravitate towards music and Cameron initially found a lane in music as a guitarist for a rock band in his early adolescent years. The initial small time gigs were enough to convince Cameron to become a full time artist. As Cameron battled legal and drug problems in his early-mid teen years, he constantly found himself in Criminal Juvenile programs, house arrest situations and jail. The down time that accompanies these experiences is what allowed Cameron to begin writing and crafting songs. In 2016, at the age of 16, Cameron Airborne released his debut project Unspoken Words. The lead single, “Commas,” quickly amassed millions of views between social media and YouTube, helping propelling Cameron Airborne to new heights.
By 2017 Cameron Airborne was generating enough buzz to work with more renowned producers. He began to record music at the legendary Cool & Dre’s Record Room Studios in Miami. As a result, his next single, “Bust Down,” was released. As written in Gossip Grind, “’Bust Down’ Produced By Bias Is A Catchy Up Tempo Tune With A Wavy Melodic Hook That Certainly Has The Potential To Bring Light To The Upcoming Rapper. The Feel Good Single Touches On The Lavish Lifestyle As Well As Some Of The Background Of The Artist All While Delivering A Multitude Of Various Flows And Rhyme Patterns That Show The Versatility This Young Artist Has To Offer.”
Cameron Airborne consistently recorded and released music throughout 2017 and 2018. He released a string of music that included “Magic in the Air,” “Dreaming in Color,” “Waby Baby,” & “Elevate.” This constant work ethic to create in the studio led to him developing relationships and ultimately creating music with the likes of Jackboy, Wifisfuneral, Caskey And Doobie. Throughout these years Cameron Airborne began to tour in North America further developing a stronger fan base. This fan base further evolved into sell out crowds throughout the US. In 2019, Cameron Airborne released his single and video for “Gotta Be Real.”
As written in Citrus Rap, “It is rare nowadays to see an artist with a message in Their videos, but Cameron Airborne is attempting to bring awareness to PTSD in his new video, by showing some of the trials and tribulations some of our veterans go through daily.” This single served as the announcement of his latest project to date, Chemical Element. Chemical Element showcased that Cameron was not just another rising underground rapper, but an artist with true depth and the range to make music with different context and messages.
To end 2019, Cameron dropped a visual for his song “Been There” featuring Lil Haiti artist Bruno Mali which also gained coverage from the aforementioned Citrus Raps among a host of other sites.