Although the global pandemic has derailed singer Kameron Corvet‘s international tour, he has made it his mission to keep his music relevant.
During the quarantine, the GRAMMY award-winning singer/songwriter finished his new EP, Kathy’s Basement.
Last month, Corvet celebrated the release of his EP with an intimate Acoustically Your’s concert that streamed live on his Instagram. The singer performed three of his songs; “N-U,” “Give It A Try,” and an acoustic version of “Don’t Make Me Wait.”
Watch a clip of Kameron Corvet performing “N-U” below.
On top of releasing a new EP this fall, Corvet co-wrote the song Fallen with Toni Braxton, a song that was featured on her new album ‘Spell My Name’ released this past August.
Heavily involved in all aspects of the music industry, Corvet explains that his goal in music is to diversify urban music. “One of my main platforms and missions is to help redefine how urban music if you will is looked at.” says Corvet, “it’s reflected on how important it is to stay true to one’s self, “A black man playing the guitar and singing is not something that people feel like is a rarity.”
While reflecting back on his goals and accomplishments this year, Corvet explains one of the highlights of his career was producing his own interpretation of ‘Don’t Make Me Wait.” The single was produced for Sting and Shaggy, and performed at the Grammy’s in 2018. “That moment is really kinda what started all of this, so I’m excited. I’m just looking forward to the future,” says Corvet.
Be sure to stream Kameron Corvet’s Kathy’s Basement by clicking here and check out the video for ‘Don’t Make Me Wait’ below: