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Cameron Cartee Is Engineering Hit Records For Your Favorite Artists

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Cameron Cartee is a multi-platinum award winning engineer known for producing some of his most widely known hit records with platinum recording artists like Rich Homie Quan, 2 Chainz, Migos, T.I., Young Thug, Rick Ross, Fetty Wap, and Lil Boosie just to name a few. 

Cameron Cartee has years of experience mixing and mastering music records working for well known studios in Atlanta like Patchwerk, Darp, Street Execs, and Billboards among others. We had the chance to interview Cameron on his creative journey…

How did you start your creative endeavors? 

I’ve always loved music, in any genre. But I got deeply involved when I started playing drums for my church in Madison, GA. After going to the studio for sessions, I started to fall in love with the engineering side of the music.

When did you decide to take your career to the next level?

 I always knew it’s what I wanted to do for a career. I put it to the side and worked 9-5 jobs for a while until  Mrs.Debra, a coworker at my job, pulled me into the office and told me I was wasting my talents working there and that I needed to be doing music full time. After that I just decided to take a leap of faith.

What is your mission? 

My mission is to bring more awareness to the importance of the engineer. A lot of times we get over looked and sometimes not even credited. So I’m trying to make people understand the artist, producer, AND engineers, etc., are all of equal importance. 

Have you accomplished any goals? 

I’ve won producer of the year for a few award shows. Went gold a few times, platinum a few. I have also worked with just about every artist in the industry, run a major studio, and make dope music for a living so that’s a goal in itself.

what projects are you working on?

 Right now, I’m working on Ybn Nahmir’s Album, 300Lbs of Guwop’s EP, and also a lot of artists singles. I’ve also been putting a lot of production work in with Street Empire and Drumma Jai. I have worked with almost everyone in the industry expect Andre 3000 and Kanye which I would love to.

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What s the future hold for you?

 Hopefully some Grammys, a few Number 1 albums and releasing more singles of my own. — Not mentioned, Cameron is also building a new studio in Madison, GA, a production studio for artists to come and get their projects mixed and mastered.

Working with major artists in just about every genre, Cameron is classified as a professional amongst his peers and is a driving force in today’s music industry. 

His passion and talent for music is clear in his in both work and network and we expect even bigger things from him over the next five years. We want to thank you Cameron for taking the time to answer our questions, you can learn more about Cameron Cartee on his Instagram.

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Bryan Quaranto is the CEO of Dreamwood Media. He is also the host of The Creative Activation Podcast available exclusively on DreamwoodMedia.com

Bryan Quaranto is the CEO of Dreamwood Media. He is also the host of The Creative Activation Podcast available exclusively on DreamwoodMedia.com

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Is This The End? J. Cole Recently Announced Three Upcoming Albums That Could Be His Last

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Recently, American rapper J. Cole has taken to social media and stirred both speculation and excitement among fans. In his Instagram, he posted a cryptic photo detailing a list of unreleased albums and hinting at his possible retirement from the music industry. 

And unlike the other artists who also publish cryptic posts on social media, J. Cole’s hints are deliberate and have substance to it. 

Jermain Lamarr Cole, professionally known as J. Cole, is a German-born American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, and record executive. He initially gained recognition as a rapper after the release of his debut mixtape, The Come Up, in early 2007. 

Determined to pursue a musical career as a rapper, he went on to release two additional mixtapes: The Warm Up in 2009, and Friday Night Lights in 2010, after signing to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation imprint in 2009.

But just yesterday, the rapper may have just announced that his upcoming albums may well be his last. 

The Dreamville boss shared his plans for the “Fall Off-era” albums, which possibly involves dropping two other projects before releasing the entirety of The Fall Off album. And even though his highly-anticipated album The Fall Off wasn’t released in 2020, J. Cole is looking forward to making the most out of the album’s era. 

As a new year starts, there’s the excitement among fans that the American rapper may have more than just one project up for release, the caption of his Instagram post is leaning towards a foresight of his retirement. 

In the said post, he said that he still had some goals to check off before he leaves the rap scene. His full post reads:

““The seeds for ​The Fall Off w​ere planted.

Four years have passed. In that time I’ve been blessed with two sons, learned the delicate art of balance between parenthood and career, had the pleasure of working with a ton of talented artists as a featured rapper, spent 10 magical days recording a Dreamville album in Atlanta, and put a lot of time and energy into sharpening my sword and growing as an artist. The fire that was once dying out has returned, and for that I’m grateful. On my career bucket list, there remain a few more items to check off before I give myself permission to enter whatever the next chapter of my life may be. However, as I approach the summit of this mountain, I still find myself staring at that other one in the distance, wondering if I can climb. At 35 years old, I know that sounds crazy when said out loud, but I believe all of the best dreams do.”

Whether or not J. Cole is due to leaving the rap game soon, it is undeniable that fans all over the world are ecstatic to be a part of the his music career until he reaches his final encore. 

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Bryan Quaranto is the CEO of Dreamwood Media. He is also the host of The Creative Activation Podcast available exclusively on DreamwoodMedia.com

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