R&B sensation Sammie Bush, professionally known as Sammie, has taken destiny into his own hands by forming his own management and production label, StarCamp Music. In conjunction with the Street Love label founded by Atlanta-based Hip-Hop producer, Big Reese and Jasper Cameron, StarCamp will manage and facilitate new artists and producers. In addition, StarCamp will serve as the platform for the Florida native’s highly anticipated junior release, Coming of Age later this year.
Sammie is no stranger to self-made success. Destined for stardom, the R&B Idol and his mother took matters into their own hands at an early age by working with local producers and entering into local singing competitions. One of his performances caught the ear of Joyce Irby, better known as the bassist and co-lead vocalist of the 1980s all-girl band Klymaxx. By age 12, Irby introduced Sammie to Atlanta producer/songwriter Dallas Austin who signed Sammie to his Freeworld Entertainment label under the Capitol Records umbrella. Sammie released his Gold-selling album From the Bottom to the Top which featured his Top 10 hit, “I Like It” and the R&B/Pop Top 100 crossover song, “Crazy Things I Do”.
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