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Cam Wallace – “We Made It”

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Cam Wallace is on a victory lap right now with the release of his new single “We Made It.” The new song comes on the heels of the Houston-native’s recent signing to the iconic record label, Motown Records. The Triza-produced release serves as Wallace’s first official release with the home of Ne-Yo, Migos and Bruno Mars.

For the first drop, the Texan reflects on the journey to Motown. Remembering the late nights, early mornings, the ups and downs that made him the man he is today. Between the cheers, Cam remembers those he lost along the way and those who doubted him while giving out advice to those to never give up on their dreams. “We Made It” will inspire all of us during these times of transition following a year-long pandemic.

When asked about the inspiration behind the song, Wallace states: “We made it in a complete mood. Really embracing that moment of finally arriving at your destination. Reaching the goal, whether big or small.”

“We Made It” accompanies Wallace’s recent re-release of his EP, 6Rings. The six-song 2020 project includes popular Cam Wallace singles “Retail,” “The Rulez” and “All The Way.” His new single sets up the promising debut album expected late-2021. Motown has been very supportive of Cam Wallace on social media promotions, like the one shown below.

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Stream “We Made It” below.

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DJ Pearson Is Inking His Own Unforgettable Legacy

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A star on the rise, DJ Pearson, 30, is a tattoo artist immortalizing his legacy one line at a time. Hailing from Chicago but currently residing in Denver and has left an undeniable popularity everywhere in between with his refreshing style. Like his unique technique, Pearson’s journey is just as unique.

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Beginning his career at 14 after discovering his passion for art, he became a professional at 22 and earned an apprenticeship in Denver. As a teen, Pearson used his mother’s home as his place of business, tattooing friends to earn money. During his apprenticeship, Pearson slept in his car. Through the hardships, he quickly rose up the industry ladder and credited superstar artists like Aries Rhysing and Jayce Wallingford as inspirations.

In Florida’s Bobby Ellis-owned Victory Tattoo, Pearson educated himself on traditional tattooing. DJ’s style is Middle Eastern cultural-inspired geometric design, with a witch-like, gothic-inspired twist. A technique specialized in a unique approach to blackwork tattooing. A geometric tattoo deals with several lines or geometric shapes that come together to form an even bigger shape. Geometric tattoos can come in the form of leaves, lines, stars, and a host of other patterns. Most often, tattoo artists use black ink to create these types of tattoos.

Creating endless possibilities, DJ notoriety has ascended to worldwide appeal. It’s only a matter of time before Pearson and his style achieve high demand in television and film. Leaving a legacy that will be mentioned alongside the greatest names the culture has ever produced. For Tattoo artists, their work of art doesn’t just measure the talent but tells a story based upon the artist’s creativity, technique and journey. Now, literally craving out his own legacy, Pearson is an artist-to-watch in 2021.

Follow DJ Pearson’s work daily on Instagram.

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We The Commas – Old School Love (EP)

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Right now, the new Southern California group, We The Commas, are on the come up. In 2020, the trio of Cam, Jordy and Lenny burst onto the scene with a series of breakout singles with “The Rzn” and “Custom Made.” Surprising the West Coast landscape, the group capitalized on the attention with their debut EP, SARB. In 2021, the group continues to pave the way with the release of their latest body of work, intriguingly titled Old School Love. Including their new single, “Better Days,” the trio takes us back to the days of real love songs on the new six-song collection.

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Creatively, Old School Love picks up right where SARB’s left off. Old School Love finds the group discovered their signature sound as they blend the essence of genuine love with trendy wordplay and soothing melodics. Among the six tracks, the standouts are “Dopamine,” “Good Things Don’t Last,” and “Better Days,” the project’s lead single. “Better Days” was recently added to rotation on L.A. radio and accumulating monthly streams on streaming services. Old School Love is the perfect jump-on point for any newfound fan of the group and a portal into the group’s well-built catalog.

If you enjoyed SARB, you will love Old School Love, and if you are discovering the group with OSL, you will definitely want to check out their debut EP afterward. After the stream, continue to follow the group on social media. Stream the new project below and check out more music from We The Commas, available now on all DSPs.

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