Through them Giddings landed several commercial roles for large companies including Hasbro Interactive, Vodafone, Academy Sports & Outdoors, Nokia, and Whataburger, which was his largest commercial role to date playing the role of “The New Guy”. Along with that success, Cameron has also appeared as a guest on CBS’ TV show “The Daily Buzz”, with Rance Adams, in Dallas, TX. Giddings has also performed sets at the 2007 SXSW festival, opening for national rock group Faktion, and the 2010 SXSW Music Festival. During the summer of 2008 Cameron performed at Houston nightclub HUSH, to a crowd over 1,000 screaming fans.
Cameron temporarily relocated to Los Angeles in late 2007 through mid 2009. While there, he signed on with the Hollywood booking agency ‘Sean Healey’. Through them Cameron was able to perform at Hollywood hot spots such as The Key Club and The Knitting Factory and was able to open for acts like Paul wall and Mims. One of his biggest mainstream performances to date was on the hit ABC Show “The Gordon Keith Show” where he performed his successful first single “Crazy Love”.
All of this success has helped Cameron receive over 24,000 fans on his MySpace page. Cameron has not only grown credibility within the music community, but his hometown of Cypress, TX as well. The local and widely published “Cy-Fair Magazine” published a two page spread on Cameron where he was praised for his accomplishments in the entertainment industry and was recognized as one of the outstanding members of his community. In late 2009, Cameron released his first radio single “Surrender" which Charted at #5 the week of Oct 30th with the Urban Top 10 Satellite and Internet Charts and it as well landed at #4 on the live365 most added charts! The single was played alongside artists like Jay-Z, Whitney Houston, TI, and Mariah Carey, and the song managed to get over 100 plays in the first 3 DAYS of its release. "Surrender" also got rave reviews and downloads from Program Directors all across the country.
The songs style has been compared to artist like; Bow Wow, Akon, and T-Pain. The song has been heard on radio stations such as, but not limited to, MTV, MTV2, Europa FM, Sirius Hot Jamz, AOL Pop Mix, 96.5 Kiss Fm Cleveland, KCCN Online, BBC Radio 1, and 93.7 KRQ. That is only the beginning of more to come. Read more on Last.fm.
User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
show me more