Rap-singer Cameron Anderson shares heartbreakingly personal song ‘Grey’

Cameron Sanderson is making waves with his music, to date, his music has been streamed over 5 million times on Spotify alone and 15 million views on Youtube! He is the winner of multiple awards including the Silver Award for Best Male Singer 2019 from ISSA International, Best Unsigned Male 2016 from Best Of British Unsigned Awards and Winner of YouTube Next Up Award. A total of 18 Sanderson singles have featured on BBC Radio; including BBC Introducing London and BBC Introducing Midlands. He was also a judge on the BBC One show ‘All Together Now’.

Cameron started creating content on Youtube, posting musical covers on other songs, he currently sits with over 126 thousand subscribers to his channel. Sanderson had superb taste in music as young as four years old, asking his parents to buy him the iconic Hybrid Theory album by rap-metal group Linkin Park. He cites My Chemical Romance, Twenty One Pilots, Jon Bellion, Jeremy Zucker, Alec Benjamin, Lil Peep, Post Malone, Lauv, Blackbear, and John Mayer as highly influential. Differing from his usual raw lyrical content in his latest rap, emo and soft rock hybrid, track ‘Grey’, Sanderson delivers a simple yet emotionally effective message, with universally relatable lyrical content.

Sharing the truth on the single Cameron Sanderson tells us, “Leaving an abusive relationship I could only see grey emotionally. The relationship was wrong… but at least it had colour. Seeing in black & white was the only way I could stop myself from going back, otherwise, the colours would just blur. Full of oxymorons & witty one liners this track is exactly that.”

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