[Premiere] Bay Area Singer-Songwriter Cash Campain Channels Timeless R&B With ‘Michael in ’79’

Last we heard from Cameron “Cash Campain” Parker was only a few months ago in December 2015 when he delivered his EP The Pandora Project. Now he’s back with the premiere of another project, this time, a full-length, 13-track opus called Michael in ’79.

In 1979, Michael Jackson released his album Off the Wall. It was a sensational time in music where he gave us classic hits that still get people on their feet today. This is exactly what Cash Campain hopes to embody with his latest project.

“This album has been a very in-depth and personal project for me,” he says. “It’s personal in the sense that I had the tools to be as creative as possible this time around. Nothing about this album is commercial, cookie-cutter or made to continue a fad. I enlisted truly creative artists like my brother Caleborate, T Carrier and Stina Bates to ensure this album was full of records that will be around for many years to come.”

The project is solid for any R&B head; with the clever sampling of the hits of SWV, Bryson Tiller, Justin Beiber, and Blackstreet, Cash brings out the theme of romance, lust, and love. For instance, on “More Than You Love Yourself,” Cash declares his love for his woman and her child, and on “Conversations,” he mentions all the little things he notices in his woman.

Stream and enjoy below!