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Tell us about yourself. What’s your name? Where are you from?

Hi! Nice to me ya, and come through your speaker! I’m Cash Campain. R&B singer, MBA, Songwriter, son, brother and lover of art. I’m from South Sacramento, relocated to the SF Bay Area as soon as I graduated high school. Now me, Caleborate and Sneek (99 South Entertainment) are working on taking over the world one song and mind at a time.

How did you get your start in the music industry? Who or what inspired you?

A good friend of mine by the name of “Will Ways” got me started recording wise in music. Before then I was just an athlete who could sing, and would do so whenever a few cute girls asked. In 2006 I cut my first song, and I was hooked for life after that. Nothing matches the organic quality of music. Oh and my inspirations? Luther Vandross, Tank, Stevie Wonder, Sam Slater and Babyface.

What upcoming projects are you working on?

Right now, I’m working on my 6th studio album. It doesn’t have a title yet, because I want to finish most of the music and let the overall sound give me an idea of what the album will be called. But I’m looking at a release date of early August hopefully.

Since the start of your music career what is, in your opinion, the best track you have ever made?

The best track would have to be “Come Over (Cater To You)” as far as just me, but songs with features would end in a tie between “New Thang” with The Wryters, and “#TypeOfSex” with The 5 and G. Keys.

If you could choose one artist to collaborate with on a track who would it be? Why?

I would have to say Tank, and his songwriting/production team “Song Dynasty.” They have so much talent and ability, and J. Valentine Is apart of that team. He’s someone that I feel would really understand my sound and musical approach.

This site’s purpose is living and representing the Based lifestyle. What does the word "based" mean to you?

“Based” to me is simple. This quote explains it all: "Never regret. If it’s good, it’s wonderful. If it’s bad, it’s experience. Everything for knowledge, wisdom and understanding." Approach life with that, music with that, love with that. ANYTHING with that. You win.

Who are your favorite artists right now? Who’s playing through your speakers?

Everything r&b, old and new. Tank, Trey Songz, New Edition, Alexander O’Neal, IAMSU, Elle Varner, Melanie Fiona, Frankie Beverley and Maze, Joe, Blackstreet. This could take a while…

What’s something that people might not know about you?

I eventually want to finish my doctorate, when I achieve my music goals. So that I can step away from the game and become the president of a University/College.

What’s some advice you can give to upcoming/aspiring artists that you have learned so far that may come in handy to someone else?

Learn from EVERYTHING you do and put God first. You’re going to make mistakes but learn what you did wrong and how to fix it and do better. Even the Top guys in the game mess up. So pray, learn and keep it moving. Oh, and don't forget, when your resting, someone else is working. Much love to my management team XD Entertainment, and my 99 South Entertainment team.

Where can people find more about you?

Online of course: Twitter, Website, YouTube & Soundcloud. - The Based Update


Tell us about yourself. What’s your name? Where are you from?

Hi! Nice to me ya, and come through your speaker! I’m Cash Campain. R&B singer, MBA, Songwriter, son, brother and lover of art. I’m from South Sacramento, relocated to the SF Bay Area as soon as I graduated high school. Now me, Caleborate and Sneek (99 South Entertainment) are working on taking over the world one song and mind at a time.

How did you get your start in the music industry? Who or what inspired you?

A good friend of mine by the name of “Will Ways” got me started recording wise in music. Before then I was just an athlete who could sing, and would do so whenever a few cute girls asked. In 2006 I cut my first song, and I was hooked for life after that. Nothing matches the organic quality of music. Oh and my inspirations? Luther Vandross, Tank, Stevie Wonder, Sam Slater and Babyface.

What upcoming projects are you working on?

Right now, I’m working on my 6th studio album. It doesn’t have a title yet, because I want to finish most of the music and let the overall sound give me an idea of what the album will be called. But I’m looking at a release date of early August hopefully.

Since the start of your music career what is, in your opinion, the best track you have ever made?

The best track would have to be “Come Over (Cater To You)” as far as just me, but songs with features would end in a tie between “New Thang” with The Wryters, and “#TypeOfSex” with The 5 and G. Keys.

If you could choose one artist to collaborate with on a track who would it be? Why?

I would have to say Tank, and his songwriting/production team “Song Dynasty.” They have so much talent and ability, and J. Valentine Is apart of that team. He’s someone that I feel would really understand my sound and musical approach.

This site’s purpose is living and representing the Based lifestyle. What does the word "based" mean to you?

“Based” to me is simple. This quote explains it all: "Never regret. If it’s good, it’s wonderful. If it’s bad, it’s experience. Everything for knowledge, wisdom and understanding." Approach life with that, music with that, love with that. ANYTHING with that. You win.

Who are your favorite artists right now? Who’s playing through your speakers?

Everything r&b, old and new. Tank, Trey Songz, New Edition, Alexander O’Neal, IAMSU, Elle Varner, Melanie Fiona, Frankie Beverley and Maze, Joe, Blackstreet. This could take a while…

What’s something that people might not know about you?

I eventually want to finish my doctorate, when I achieve my music goals. So that I can step away from the game and become the president of a University/College.

What’s some advice you can give to upcoming/aspiring artists that you have learned so far that may come in handy to someone else?

Learn from EVERYTHING you do and put God first. You’re going to make mistakes but learn what you did wrong and how to fix it and do better. Even the Top guys in the game mess up. So pray, learn and keep it moving. Oh, and don't forget, when your resting, someone else is working. Much love to my management team XD Entertainment, and my 99 South Entertainment team.

Where can people find more about you?

Online of course: Twitter, Website, YouTube & Soundcloud. - The Based Update


FKN Exclusive – Cash Campain

June 24, 2011 in Exclusive Features, Music

Today we are bringing you some awesome talent from California. Here is a FKN Exclusive with “Cash Campain”. Sit back an relax as we get to know Cash on another level. Turn your speakers up an listen to his latest track!

Artist/Group Name: Cash Campain
City/State: Relocated to the Bay Area, but always from SOUTH SACRAMENTO, Ca.
Website: CashCampain.Blogspot.com

So tell us a little bit about yourself?

- I was born and raised in South Sacramento, Ca. (Shout out to my city!). Moved out to the bay area to go to college, finished my master’s degree last summer. In the summer of 2006 I fell in love with music and started exploring my talents. Other than that I’m just your everyday singer, songwriter, executive producer, label owner, film producer, and clothing line owner (LOL). No, but honestly I’m just working hard to put the talents and opportunities that God has given me to good use. My 99 South ENT. team and I work hard, word hard again, and then play hard. Keeping in mind that our goal is to change, revitalize and expand the music landscape.

What inspired you to start singing?

- Honestly, girls inspired me to start singing. I didn’t start seriously singing until 9th grade because a group of girls heard me playing around with a song and wanted me to sing more and more songs. I always shied away from my singing talent because I was an athlete for so long. It wasn’t until I was 20, and in college that I really invested in my voice.

Were there any hard challenges you had to face in the industry?

- The challenge of being heard and being taken seriously is constant. Since music is usually found and published online almost everyone raps, makes beats, etc. So people rarely take you serious at first and then you have to find creative ways to get your music heard over all of the other gimmick, or less serious artists that flood the market. I think my team and I do a pretty solid job though.

What ways have you found was the best way to promote yourself?

- The best way is to always stay current on social media networks like twitter, Facebook, your own website etc. You have to post new things and show your fans your personality. I always say you have to be “Google-able,” meaning people need to be able to find you anywhere and on anything. That’s how they connect with you. And definitely never underestimate the power of live shows. That’s how your fans truly connect and fall in love with the music you make.

What would be your most memorable moment while singing?

- I would have to say the show my team and I did opening for E-40. The crowd was crazy and 40 was extremely down to earth. I’ve listened to his music my whole life and looked up to him. For us to be opening for him was an amazing accomplishment.

Are there any goals that you would like to achieve?

- The ultimate goal is to get a “label deal” with a major label. Not an record deal, but a label deal. Similar to what Diddy did in the 90’s when he signed Bad Boy under Jive records, or what Baby and Slim did when they signed Cash Money under Universal records. I want to secure a deal with a major label that finances the 99 South label that I own now so that my team and I can control our own careers and establish ourselves the way we see best. Rather than signing on to be just an artist and slave for some random label owner.

What can we expect from you in the future?

- Success and good music. We’re not just in the game to survive. We want to strive and LIVE. Being here isn’t enough. We want to be remembered for amazing things. With the talent we have in our 99 South camp from music, to management, to business ventures, and our support systems, we all know we’re going to go somewhere. How far and how high is up to our work ethic and God’s plan.

Are there any upcoming albums you are releasing?

- Definitely, my fourth studio album “Sex, Love and Business” is set to be released Sept. 1st 2011. On June 1st We released the first single from the album “Raindrops” ft. Grafik Ruffin (@TheAuradon on twitter). And the video, shot by Erick Lee or “Bosse Media” (@Bosse_Media) will be released Monday, June 6th so I’m excited. At this point, meaning my fourth album, I know what it takes to create a project. My team is strong, the production is strong, and I’m ready to shut it down with this project.

What do you think of FKN Famous?

- You guys are amazing. It’s hard to find professional talented media outlets who get excited about fresh talent. Usually you find one but not all of those qualities in a media source. I appreciate you guys to the fullest and if you ever need anything, just FKN hoolllla! P.S. can I get a shirt though??! (LOL)

Any last shout outs?

- Of course, shout out to my 99 South ENT team Sneek, Caleborate, Herc-truth, Tezzi Marr, Manha (our manager), South Sacramento, FKN Famous, Dominican U - FKN Famous


FKN Exclusive – Cash Campain

June 24, 2011 in Exclusive Features, Music

Today we are bringing you some awesome talent from California. Here is a FKN Exclusive with “Cash Campain”. Sit back an relax as we get to know Cash on another level. Turn your speakers up an listen to his latest track!

Artist/Group Name: Cash Campain
City/State: Relocated to the Bay Area, but always from SOUTH SACRAMENTO, Ca.
Website: CashCampain.Blogspot.com

So tell us a little bit about yourself?

- I was born and raised in South Sacramento, Ca. (Shout out to my city!). Moved out to the bay area to go to college, finished my master’s degree last summer. In the summer of 2006 I fell in love with music and started exploring my talents. Other than that I’m just your everyday singer, songwriter, executive producer, label owner, film producer, and clothing line owner (LOL). No, but honestly I’m just working hard to put the talents and opportunities that God has given me to good use. My 99 South ENT. team and I work hard, word hard again, and then play hard. Keeping in mind that our goal is to change, revitalize and expand the music landscape.

What inspired you to start singing?

- Honestly, girls inspired me to start singing. I didn’t start seriously singing until 9th grade because a group of girls heard me playing around with a song and wanted me to sing more and more songs. I always shied away from my singing talent because I was an athlete for so long. It wasn’t until I was 20, and in college that I really invested in my voice.

Were there any hard challenges you had to face in the industry?

- The challenge of being heard and being taken seriously is constant. Since music is usually found and published online almost everyone raps, makes beats, etc. So people rarely take you serious at first and then you have to find creative ways to get your music heard over all of the other gimmick, or less serious artists that flood the market. I think my team and I do a pretty solid job though.

What ways have you found was the best way to promote yourself?

- The best way is to always stay current on social media networks like twitter, Facebook, your own website etc. You have to post new things and show your fans your personality. I always say you have to be “Google-able,” meaning people need to be able to find you anywhere and on anything. That’s how they connect with you. And definitely never underestimate the power of live shows. That’s how your fans truly connect and fall in love with the music you make.

What would be your most memorable moment while singing?

- I would have to say the show my team and I did opening for E-40. The crowd was crazy and 40 was extremely down to earth. I’ve listened to his music my whole life and looked up to him. For us to be opening for him was an amazing accomplishment.

Are there any goals that you would like to achieve?

- The ultimate goal is to get a “label deal” with a major label. Not an record deal, but a label deal. Similar to what Diddy did in the 90’s when he signed Bad Boy under Jive records, or what Baby and Slim did when they signed Cash Money under Universal records. I want to secure a deal with a major label that finances the 99 South label that I own now so that my team and I can control our own careers and establish ourselves the way we see best. Rather than signing on to be just an artist and slave for some random label owner.

What can we expect from you in the future?

- Success and good music. We’re not just in the game to survive. We want to strive and LIVE. Being here isn’t enough. We want to be remembered for amazing things. With the talent we have in our 99 South camp from music, to management, to business ventures, and our support systems, we all know we’re going to go somewhere. How far and how high is up to our work ethic and God’s plan.

Are there any upcoming albums you are releasing?

- Definitely, my fourth studio album “Sex, Love and Business” is set to be released Sept. 1st 2011. On June 1st We released the first single from the album “Raindrops” ft. Grafik Ruffin (@TheAuradon on twitter). And the video, shot by Erick Lee or “Bosse Media” (@Bosse_Media) will be released Monday, June 6th so I’m excited. At this point, meaning my fourth album, I know what it takes to create a project. My team is strong, the production is strong, and I’m ready to shut it down with this project.

What do you think of FKN Famous?

- You guys are amazing. It’s hard to find professional talented media outlets who get excited about fresh talent. Usually you find one but not all of those qualities in a media source. I appreciate you guys to the fullest and if you ever need anything, just FKN hoolllla! P.S. can I get a shirt though??! (LOL)

Any last shout outs?

- Of course, shout out to my 99 South ENT team Sneek, Caleborate, Herc-truth, Tezzi Marr, Manha (our manager), South Sacramento, FKN Famous, Dominican U - FKN Famous


Discography

"Sex, Love and Business" released 2010 (Album)

"The 22nd" released 2011 (Album)

"The Orgasm Effect released 2012 (Album)

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Bio

99 South music label owner Cash Campain, a graduate of Dominican University of California, with an M.B.A. in Global Business Management, has owned and operated 99 South Entertainment since February of 2009. As an R&B artist, Campain writes, produces, and performs original works ranging from R&B, hip-hop, and Soul. He has also signed young music talents who can challenge the status quo with words and songs that positively impact the music world. Cash Campain recently released his sixth studio album “The Orgasm Effect” through his 99 South Entertainment record label. He takes pride in working to bring the “good ol days” feeling back to music.