R&B crooner and Brooklyn native Cameen is no stranger to music. As a child he spent time with his cousin, bass jazz musician, William Allen– where he found his vocal gift. He attended St. John’s University Of Queens, NY. However, due to an untimely gunshot wound, his stay at St. John’s would be cut short. Cameen returned to NH where he received his bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Sociology from Rivier University. Upon graduating he created an upstart businesses called CKC Entertainment Group, LLC and CKC Elite Car Service. Cameen then decided to redirect his passion to his first love –music.
In 2010, he began writing his own music and birthed the self-titled EP “Cameen.” And experimental stage as he calls it. This then lead to his sophomore EP entitled Luv-Joy which was released in august, 2011. Luv-Joy clearly depicts Cameen’s life-long connection to R&B and urban Jazz. Two of the albums most notable singles are “Play and “Get It On.”
In 2012 Cameen released the EP entitled “The Next Level” It included two noteworthy radio singles: “Do You Wanna,” and “My Wisdom.”
According to J.N from G.A.B Magazine, “Cameen takes you there with his vocals and his lyrical depiction of a woman in “My Wisdom.” He then offers a hot intimate appeal to a lady in “Do You Wanna.”
In 2013 Cameen releases the summer single “Cash” an explosive combination of R&B-Hip-Hop with a caribbean vibe. It was thought to be the artists break out single until talk of his full album “Good To You” came about.
Now in 2014. Cameen is back with his first full album entitled “Good To You.” His versatile melodic R&B, Hip-Hop/House style of music is both celebrated in the club and accepted in the bedroom on this album. One listen. And you’ll understand why he’s able to attract listeners from so many demographics. Cameen is set to embark upon a promotional tour which starts in Miami during the World Music Conference (March 26-30th) and moves to Boston, RI, CT and NY.
” R&B, singer/songwriter Cameen borrows from a wide array of musical genres to offer a cutting-edge Urban R&B/Soul and pop sound that’s flavored with the right pinch of hip-hop. He unabashedly uses his lifelong connection to jazz, blues and R&B to create music that is sensual and spiritual. His style is at once timely and progressive: He’s a singer who makes the most of melodic complexity, unforgettable hooks and radio-ready beats. Cameen’s personality, flair, and steadfast professional work ethic, engages others with a sort of contagion. Whether in the studio or on stage, he delivers a riveting, crisp and uncompromising performance.”
-John Shirley, Contributing Editor for Recording Magazine