Aaron Camper & Phoenix Rock Out at NYC’s Drom

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The beautiful songstress Phoenix confidently did her rendition of Beyonce's "Drunk In Love" as well as Tamar Braxton's "Love & War". She then ended with some personal selections.

The headliner of the show, Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Aaron Camper, is usually doing background vocals for the likes of Chris Brown and Justin Timberlake. However, on February 18th Camper commanded the stage with a diverse selection of personal songs as well as covers from his personal favorite artists such as George Duke, Phil Collins, Carl Thomas. Aaron even threw in his version of Black Sheep's "The Choice Is Yours" and ended the show with his new single "Breaking My Heart" featuring President of YMCMB, Mack Maine.

Aaron didn’t disappoint with an eclectic mix of music for his fans. We are eager to see more from him as he ventures into his own solo career.

Ron Faison

Ron Faison

Ron Faison hosted and kept the show moving.

Phoenix

Phoenix

Phoenix confidently did her rendition of Beyonce’s “Drunk In Love”.

Phoenix

Phoenix

The beautiful songstress Phoenix ended with some personal selections.

Phoenix

Phoenix

The beautiful songstress Phoenix confidently did her rendition of Tamar’s Braxton’s “Love & War”.

Aaron Camper

Aaron Camper

Aaron even did a little rap for the non-believers with his version of Black Sheep’s “The Choice Is Yours”.

Aaron Camper

Aaron Camper

Aaron didn’t disappoint with an eclectic mix of music for his fans. We are eager to see more of him as he ventures into his own solo career.

Aaron Camper

Aaron Camper

The Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Aaron Camper ended his show with his new single “Breaking My Heart” featuring President of YMCMB, Mack Maine.

Aaron Camper

Aaron Camper

The Grammy nominated singer-songwriter is usually doing background vocals for the likes of Chris Brown and Justin Timberlake. However, on February 18th, Mr. Aaron commanded the stage with a divorce selection of personal songs as well as his personal favorites from artists such as George Duke, Phil Collins, Carl Thomas.

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