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Camino, an Atlanta-based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, is an inspirational, soulful pop and R&B powerhouse with his debut EP, Burning Fire, to be released on April 23. Burning Fire regales the tale of Camino’s past­– both painful and joyous­­­–as he struggled with homelessness after his move from Mississippi to Atlanta, followed his tenacious passion for music, and eventually landed an impressive record deal with Def Jam Recordings. Camino’s music is authentic, invigorating, and raw­. Here at 360 Magazine, we sat down with Camino to discuss how he found inspiration to pursue music in his darkest moments, dream music collaborations, and the upcoming release of his full-length album.

1. What response are you anticipating when your EP, Burning Fire, drops? 

Honestly, I don’t know. I obviously hope the response is amazing, but I honestly don’t know. I just hope people like it and find a way to connect to it.

2. How would you describe the sound of Burning Fire in three words? 

Cinematic, anthemic and vulnerable   

3. Who was your biggest musical inspiration in writing Burning Fire?

My aunt and uncle inspired the song, and it is about them and their story. But musically, Imagine Dragons and Adele, most definitely.  

4. What kept you going to pursue music when it may have felt like the odds were stacked against you? 

God and faith. I know I’m meant to do music. It’s the only thing I’m good at and it’s the only thing that makes me truly happy­­­­–like truly to my core happy.   

 

5. Who would be your dream artist to collaborate with? 

Billie Eilish, Adele, Sam Smith and Lewis Capaldi are all incredible. I’d love to collaborate with any of them. 

6. Did your move from Mississippi to Atlanta influence the music you were listening to and drawing inspiration from? 

Yes, absolutely. Coming from a small city like Jackson, Mississippi compared to Atlanta, Georgia was such a huge leap for me. It gave me more confidence to write the songs I wrote and instilled the passion in me to create the songs I did.  


7. How are you feeling about already being signed such a notable label as Def Jam Recordings? Incredible. God is the greatest. Def Jam is home. They are incredible and provide every resource I need. Shoutout to my team I LOVE Y’ALL!   

8. Looking ahead, do you have more plans for releasing any other music in 2021?  

Yes, full-length album coming. That is my true masterpiece. Just stay tuned–I’m so excited to share with the world.

NOW That’s What I Call Music! Vol. 78 by Universal Music Group for use by 360 Magazine

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Celebrate The Best Of The 90s With ‘NOW That’s What I Call A Decade! 1990s’

NOW That’s What I Call Music!, the world’s bestselling multiple-artist album series, showcases today’s biggest hits across chart-topping numbered volumes and themed releases. NOW’s latest numbered volume, NOW That’s What I Call Music! Vol. 78, will be released April 30 on CD and digitally. On the same date, NOW That’s What I Call A Decade! 1990s will also be available on CD and digitally.

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NOW That’s What I Call Music! Vol. 78 (CD, Digital)

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‘NOW 78’ features 16 major current hits from today’s hottest artists, including Olivia Rodrigo’s “drivers license,” Taylor Swift’s “willow,” Ariana Grande’s “34+35,” SZA’s “Good Days,” tracks from The Weeknd, Glass Animals, Miley Cyrus, Dua Lipa, and more. Each numeric NOW release also features “NOW Presents What’s Next” bonus tracks, previewing tomorrow’s biggest hits; NOW 78 features 7 hot new tracks from Mimi Webb, Leyla Blue, Tone Stith, Peach PRC, Camino, Twin XL and a special bonus track from new K-pop stars TRI.BE.

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NOW That’s What I Call A Decade! 1990s celebrates 1990-1999 with 18 of the decade’s biggest chart-topping hits, including Aerosmith’s “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing,” Lenny Kravitz’s “American Woman,” Mariah Carey’s “Vision Of Love,” Sheryl Crow’s “All I Wanna Do” and Smash Mouth’s “All Star.”

NOW That’s What I Call Music! debuted in the U.S. in 1998, following 15 years of multi-platinum international triumph. The series has sold more than 250 million albums worldwide, topping 104 million in the U.S. alone. 68 previous releases in NOW’s numeric U.S. series have reached Billboard’s Top 10, and 19 volumes have reached Number One.

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NOW That’s What I Call Music! Vol. 78

1. Olivia Rodrigo drivers license
2. Justin Bieber & benny blanco Lonely
3. Taylor Swift Willow
4. Ariana Grande 34+35
5. Dua Lipa We’re Good
6. Ava Max My Head & My Heart
7. The Weeknd Save Your Tears
8. Jason Derulo Take You Dancing
9. Miley Cyrus ft. Dua Lipa Prisoner
10. Doja Cat Streets
11. SZA Good Days
12 Machine Gun Kelly ft. blackbear my ex’s best friend
13. The Kid LAROI WITHOUT YOU
14. CJ Whoopty
15. Glass Animals Heat Waves
16. Luke Combs Better Together

NOW Presents What’s Next:

17. Mimi Webb Reasons
18. Leyla Blue What A Shame
19. Tone Stith Devotion
20. Peach PRC Josh
21. Camino Burning Fire
22. Twin XL Slow Heart
23. TRI.BE DOOM DOOM TA

NOW That’s What I Call A Decade! 1990s

1. Mariah Carey Vision Of Love
2. Sheryl Crow All I Wanna Do
3. Blind Melon No Rain
4. New Radicals You Get What You Give
5. Lenny Kravitz American Woman
6. Spin Doctors Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong
7. Smash Mouth All Star
8. Britney Spears …Baby One More Time
9. Will Smith Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It
10. Montell Jordan This Is How We Do It
11. Boyz II Men I’ll Make Love To You
12 Whitney Houston I Will Always Love You
13. All 4 One I Swear
14. Aerosmith I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing
15. Wilson Phillips Hold On
16. Joan Osborne One Of Us
17. Blues Traveler Runaround
18. Sublime What I Got

NOW That’s What I Call A Decade! 1990s by Universal Music Group for use by 360 Magazine