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Camille Purcell

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Birth name  Camille Purcell
Origin  London, United Kingdom
Role  Singer-songwriter
Name  Camille Purcell

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Genres  Pop music, Rhythm and blues
Similar  Ed Drewett, Steve Mac, Sean Paul

Associated acts  Ella Henderson, Jessie J

Camille Purcell - Background


Kamille is a Platinum-selling, ASCAP award-winning British singer, songwriter and producer from Streatham, South London, England signed as an artist to Virgin EMI Records.

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Background

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Camille is of Jamaican and Cuban descent, and started singing from the age of three. The church was a part of her life from a very young age, and she was heavily involved in the youth gospel choir, learning about harmonies, melody, and pitch. Her family loved music, and Camille's early life was influenced by artists such as Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Bob Marley and Earth Wind and Fire as well as other noted Motown and R&B artists.

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Camille took part in many school productions and plays and studied part-time at the Sylvia Young Theatre School to strengthen her singing, dancing and acting skills. However, she was encouraged to focus on her education, which her parents always placed paramount over extra-curricular activities. Camille then decided to finish her school, sixth form and university qualifications while embarking upon a full-time career in music.

Awards

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Camille won the prestigious ASCAP 'Foundation Stone Award' which recognizes the talent of new songwriters, presented by Paul Williams and Sean Divine at the 2013 ASCAP awards in London.

Songwriting credits

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2017

  • Kideko ft Tinie Tempah & Becky G "Dum Dum"
  • CNCO & Little Mix "Reggaeton Lento"
  • Ghosted ft Kamille "Get Some"
  • The Script "Rain"
  • The Script "No Man Is An Island"
  • Little Mix ft Stormzy "Power"
  • NEIKED ft Mimi "Call Me"
  • 2016

  • SIGMA ft Birdy "Find Me"
  • Little Mix "Shout Out to My Ex" (Glory Days) – #1 single in the UK
  • Little Mix "Your Love" (Glory Days) - #1 album in the UK
  • Little Mix "Nothing Else Matters" (Glory Days)
  • Little Mix "Beep Beep" (Glory Days)
  • Little Mix "Hair" (Get Weird)
  • Olly Murs “You Don’t Know Love” (24 HRS) – #1 album in the UK
  • Olly Murs "Grow Up" (24 HRS)
  • 2015

  • Little Mix "Black Magic" (Get Weird) – #1 single in the UK
  • Little Mix "Love Me Like You" (Get Weird)
  • Little Mix "Weird People" (Get Weird)
  • Little Mix "Grown" (Get Weird)
  • Little Mix "I Love You" (Get Weird)
  • Little Mix "The End" (Get Weird)
  • Little Mix "The Beginning" (Get Weird)
  • Fleur East "Sax" (Love, Sax & Flashbacks)
  • Fleur East "More & More" (Love, Sax & Flashbacks)
  • Fleur East "Gold Watch" (Love, Sax & Flashbacks)
  • Andrea Faustini "Give A Little Love" (Kelly)
  • Brookes Brothers "Anthem"
  • 2014

  • Ella Henderson "Empire" (Chapter One) – #1 album in the UK
  • Ella Henderson "Glow"
  • Sam Bailey "Treasure" (The Power of Love) – #1 album in the UK
  • The Saturdays "808" (Finest Selection: The Greatest Hits)
  • Union J "Song for You and I" (You Got It All – The Album)
  • 2013

  • Jessie J "Hero" (Alive)
  • JLS "Billion Lights" (Goodbye – The Greatest Hits)
  • Leona Lewis "Mr Right" (Christmas, with Love)
  • Little Mix "Boy" (Salute)
  • Little Mix “Nothing Feels Like You” (Salute)
  • 2012

  • Roll Deep "All or Nothing"
  • The Saturdays featuring Sean Paul "What About Us" (Living for the Weekend) – #1 single in the UK
  • Tinchy Stryder "Help Me"
  • References

    Camille Purcell Wikipedia


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