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Peer to Peer with Camille Findley

Camille Findley is an industry go-to in the Miami and Florida market.  Co-founder of Dancehall USA, Camille’s extensive relationships with DJs on key radio stations as well as relationships with industry movers and shakers in the South Florida region makes her an asset and resource for artists and labels who are launching new projects.

VP:  How did you get your start in the business?

CF:  My start in the business came in college while studying Marketing Management.  I got a part time job at Hard Rock Florida,  I got to learn about touring, production and management.  I learned how acts created relationships with their audiences like The Who, John Legend and more.

VP:  What was your first notable project?

CF:  Definitely working with Jon Fx.  As a producer he is very good and as a musician he is exceptional.  Jon has given me several opportunities over the years which helped me develop my skillset and broaden my client base.

My first notable project was A&R’ing for Sizzla’s album “I’m Yours.”  The album sold well and was well received in the marketplace.  It topped the Billboard charts for 15 weeks.

VP:  What was your first breakthrough

CF:  My breakthrough is tied to the question before about the notable project.  My breakthrough really came from working with Jon Fx who is such a talented producer.

VP:  What are you working on now / next?

CF:  A new project with Nyanda of Brick n Lace that I think fans will enjoy.  I’m currently working with Plum Label which is a Miami-based label founded by Ryan Dillon and partners.  We are working with artists such as Charly Black, Konshens, Chris Marshall of Rich Music and more.

VP:  What songs are you listening to on Spotify / Apple Music / Pandora / Audiomack?

CF:  Well I have a lot going on, on my playlist!  I’m currently streaming “Gyal Time Again” by Charly Black and Konshens as well as a lot of Burna Boy and Sizzla!

Connect with Camille on Instagram @talentpromocam

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