Cameron Waters is a self-made, Indie recording artist, producer, and musical entertainer.
Born in Raleigh on April 4th, Cameron is the only son of Pamela Waters. Cameron’s interest in music began at an early age. Most summers spent with his Uncle, and his mind became opened and started to have an understanding for music that would later influence the sound he would create and later blossom into the music artist known as “King Issa”.
Since first being recognized for his early talents helping his uncle DJ at parties, family members quickly began to realize Cameron could become the next generation in the music industry. Cameron has made himself clear in various statements “I am NOT a rapper. I am a hip-hop artist. I am the inspiration of these generations of Indie music artists.”. Cameron released his single “Make It Go Away” in 2017 and his song influenced many other new Indie music artists in his local community. As time went on Cameron also began an interest in producing.
Words directly stated from Cameron, “So I have the power to re-imagine, change, and improve any style of music. I want to be the emotionally complicated, the unusual, and unique difference to this generation's music. I have many expectations to how I want to that one special person to stand out from the rest to all the listener to be fully engaged with my words, stories, and emotional experiences I’ve gone through.” He raps about soft things within his life, sings about hard times in his own world.
Thanks to his versatility, he is the adhesive that holds together all his and others that meet him and open to see this world through the perspective of his eyes. The track released on April 4th, 2019 was to help express Cameron’s wider perspective of the world. The release of the track was intended to help unleash some of his potential and putting his heart into the song “No Mo’” in celebration of his 16th birthday to share his musical and lyrical gift with world.
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