My name is Priscilla Cameron and I am twenty five years of age. I have been singing since the age of six and performing since the age of ten. I grew up in a musical home as my parents were both in a reggae band together for as long as I can remember called “Unit 4”. My mother was the lead singer and my father was the guitarist.
From an early age I learned to write, sing and perform as my mother taught me to sing my father taught me to write and play instruments. At age of ten I joined “Unit 4” as a backing singer, but I also managed to perform some covers and one of my own written songs. In my teenage years I did a lot of performing at school and at various shows outside of school, I also went on to study music in collage for two years which was an incredible experience where I gained a BTEC National Diploma in popular music. When I finished collage I became a vocal tutor at an acting school called Kuumba Arts Movement and a private music school, shortly after I became pregnant and had a beautiful baby girl and took a year out once she was born.
In 2011 I then began to focus on my solo career releasing an independent album called “Breakaway” with all my own compositions. I had an album launch party on 22/07/2012 at “Oh Velvet” in Birmingham. On YouTube I have got some covers and official videos which include “Angel” and “Fighter for Life” from my first debut album “Breakaway”.
Over the last fifteen years, I have been booked to do a range of performances including: weddings, parties/ celebrations, pubs, clubs, competitions, award showcases, awareness events, carnivals/festivals dinner dances and I have also picked up some trophies along the way for Intermediate singing, and a West Midland Artist Honour award. Some of my greatest achievements include supporting some of my favourite legendary icons such as Freddy McGregor, singing to Marcia Griffiths ,reaching the final 200 out of 30,000 contestants in “The Voice" 2012 , supporting Peter Hunningale, Tipper Irie and finally performing at Marcus Garvey’s sons Dr Julius Garvey’s speech this year which was an absolute honour.
I am currently a vocal teacher working with various artists and in schools. I have also started a film company working with an amazing cast and I will be releasing some awareness and educational short films very soon. I’m currently working on a solo reggae album working alongside a Grammy nominated and legendary music producer.