Camden Da Ceo
Camden Da Ceo
A producer, rapper, engineer, graphic design artist, as well as writer, Camden holds the many traits that ensure longevity in today's music industry. Featured on the 2005 Midway Games release of the worldwide distributed (Wal-Mart "banned") video game N.A.R.C., Camden is no stranger to the limelight. Camden is currently working on future video games with the Midway company as well as other companies to add to his resume. In 2005, Camden sold close to 2,000 copies of his mixtape entitled "Muddy Mixtape Vol 3" in Central Mississippi and the Golden Triangle area.
This mixtape included apearances and drops from C Gutta (Grand Hustle), Benz (1life1love), Kamikaze (HourGlass), Bigalow of Reese and Bigalow (MoBigga Ent) and a host of others. His single entitled I'ma Sipp Drank feat Benz and Baby Q, was a featured song on the Hot 97.7 nightly hip hop show as well as the weekly Backyard Barbecue, hosted by Violator All Star DJ T. Coxx and Hot 97's Mista Mann. Also, he released "Break Bread" in early 2004, which was featured on the underground hype program on Starkville's Power 92.1 radio station and the first M.A.P.
Coalition's Mixtape. Camden has currently finished his album Muddy Mouthpiece which features Kamikaze, Queen Boyz, Bambino Da Golden Child, Smack-A-Batch, Skrilla Boy, and possible A List artists. Camden was featured on Benz' "Meet Da Man" DVD, the newly formed Da Sipp DVD magazine, and his own hour long DVD documentary which includes the video for his past single I'ma Sipp Drank. This video was spun weekly in Jackson's Upper Level night club as well as being featured weekly on the JV MixShow on Jackson's Channel 18.
His production credits include Kamikaze's "This Pimpin", Smack-A-Batch's "It's Alright", Tricky 4-5's (a prodigy of Da Beat Doctor) "Subwoofers", Benz' "Throw It Up" and "Rollin Hard" feat Bambino and E, and Benz' fellow 1life1love labelmate Skrilla Boy's single "Doe Boy" as well as his entire album, which could possibly be picked up by Texas based Swisha House or Camp Life. Camden is also 1/3 of the production team Da Orphanz, who have produced tracks for Tweet, Blaque, and Angie Martinez. In 2006, Camden produced over 45 songs for artist in the southeast region. In 2008, Camden and artist J Gunna started Consequence Music Group.
CMG began as the brainchild of Meiko "Camden" Woods Justin "J-Gunna" Robinson. After meeting at a retail job as co-workers in 2006, these two artists quickly realized that they shared a common interest: Music. After 2 years of being connected by friendship but separated by business, the two decided that it would be for the greater good of their careers to combine companies, so in 2008 Consequence Music Group was born. CMG crafts a special kind of blend between hardcore gangster music, pop, and r&b.
With producers Camden and Confetti Boy at the helm, CMG generates a vast spectrum of audible flavors. One minute, a listener will be engulfed in a sampled, yet well remixed, melodic, horn heavy, soulful tracks and the next they're bombarded with synthy, bass heavy "trap" music. The talent on CMG's roster ranges from singers to songwriters to rappers and back again, so it's almost a certainty that listeners and consumers will find something the label offers that they can relate and vibe to. With a new twist to classic music and a pop twist to"gangster" music, CMG provides the cutting edge and creativity that today's market requires. Read more on Last.fm.
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