Kameechi with his latest material winning the co-sign of several well-established industry vets. The recent radio smash “16 Diamonds” serves as a shining example of his ability to make an impact without a massive advertising budget or marketing push.his music found a way of getting in front of the right people when legendary Hot 97 FM DJ and radio personality Funkmaster Flex with one of the top DJs at New York City’s #1 radio station backing the track, “16 Diamonds” quickly climbed to #9 on Hot 97’s playlist.
Growing up in Queens, New York, he first developed a love for rap music by listening to his father’s Eric B & Rakim albums. After relocating to Baltimore MD in 1997, Kameechi decided to test the waters of the recording industry by joining the group Duece Tre Duece In a short time the group achieved considerable success with “Hands Up Thumbs Down” and the #1 regional hit “Backies”. Kameechi’s next step is launching his Kameechi.live web experience. Aiming to provide fans with one stop shop for quality interviews, photos, music, videos, and other top-notch content, Kameechi hopes his web experience will blow traditional websites out of the water. In addition to his current singles and videos, fans can also expect a slew of new content in the not-too-distant future. For now, Kameechi is content furthering his quest to master the music he loves so much. “It’s pretty deep,” he says. “But it ain’t deep when you really just drown yourself in it.”