Cameron James is a pop artist and songwriter based in Nashville, TN. Her sound can best be described as a fusion of swirly synths, cinematic melodies, and lush vocals. She has seen success with her music being showcased in the film and TV world. She recently landed an international commercial with her song “Show You” being used by Carlo Rossi wines. Her song “All Out War” was showcased in a 5-week promo for the hit ABC show Quantico and her song “One Step Ahead” appeared on Bravo’s Vanderpump Rules. Her collaboration with Unsecret music titled “Hit You Where it Hurts” was recently featured on the MTV show Siesta Key in January of 2019. She’s also co-written songs featured on popular shows like American Ninja Warrior, and World of Dance on NBC.
Her new EP titled Believe released in late November of 2018. A combination of cinematic pop and traditional pop, this EP tells a narrative of heartbreak and holding onto hope. In December of 2018 she released the empowering single “Show You” for the debut of her international commercial with Carlo Rossi.
In addition to her artistry, Cameron’s songwriting accolades include co-writing Danny Gokey’s single “The Comeback” on his GRAMMY® nominated album Rise. “The Comeback” peaked at #6 and spent over 20 weeks in the top 10 on Billboard’s Christian music radio chart. Her other collaborations involve writing and recording with talented artists and writers from across the musical spectrum including Matt Bronleewe (Ruelle), Rusty Varenkamp (MUTEMATH, Ellie Holcomb), Josh Silverberg (Jordan Feliz, Jesus Culture), and Joe Williams (Lauren Daigle).
Cameron is also a lobbyist, speaker, and advocate within the rare disease community. Her husband and daughter both have the ultra rare disease Atypical Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (aHUS). Her family’s journey has undoubtedly inspired her art and she loves encouraging others with her family’s inspiring story.
When asked to describe herself and her music, Cameron responds, “I’m a woman with an interest in facilitating a connection with things tangible and intangible. It is by design that I write songs that breathe heavy with layers…layers of life and heaven. I write about the heart and the heart breaking. The struggle and the breakthrough.”
She says, “I feel incredibly grateful for the life I’m living right now. Grateful I get to craft music for myself and others. I’m grateful I have a family to love and that each day I wake up is another chance to dream bigger and to fight harder. I’m already blessed and it’s all still unfolding.”