Charlotte, NC Artist KAM Plays With Fire On ‘Flamethrower’

North Carolina newcomer KAM steps onto the scene with her new single “Flamethrower,” a sexy, gritty declaration that she’s the hotness.

“Spraying all of this propane / Don’t need a lighter I am the flame” she sings.



KAM is a descendant of Jamaican and Chinese ancestry. Her father, Lone Ranger, is a reggae recording artist (Deejay) in Kingston, Jamaican who recorded over 9 albums between the 70’s & 80’s. Although her father was the star of the family, she learned most of her musical influence from her mother who carried an amazing voice and passed down great influences of music.

Growing up, some of KAM’s musical inspiration came from the majority of artist in her childhood era, artist like Aaliyah, Beyonce, Shabba Ranks, Buju Banton, Beres Hammond, Tank, Tamia, Toni Braxton, Joe, TLC, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson & Janet Jackson.

With an endless love for Destiny’s Child, 702, & EnVogue, KAM decided to take music to another level and started recording and writing music. To gain more experience vocally & performance wise, she later became involved in a local girl group called Volume IV (V4). Parting from the group in 2015, KAM wants to take a piece of girl power and fun into her solo music in the future.

Purchase “Flamethrower” on iTunes HERE.