The music and words were written in Texas, the demo was recorded in London and the video was produced in Nairobi #musicmoney meets Kameron Searle
By owston, Dec 23 2017 05:48PM
Where are you from?
My name is Kameron Searle and I am a songwriter from Texas. I have been writing pop music with various artists under an assumed name since High School. This demo is my first song written using my own name. It is just such a wonderful new and original hymn of faith and hope.
Describe your sound:
Tell us about your latest track:
HE AROSE is a song I have been singing to myself and my family for about 4 years without ever writing the music down. That is my test for a song's melody. Is it extremely memorable. Not only is HE AROSE extremely memorable, it is beautiful and is very meaningful from a theological point of view for all Christians. I think it will become an Easter holiday favorite as well as a hymn sung at funerals and memorial services to remind believers of the hope we have in the risen Lord. Please give the video a view on YouTube.
Who inspires you?
I am inspired by just about everyone and have written in styles from Pop Rock to Country and Western Music.
Where do you see your career in 5 years?
I am at a point where I will be writing more in different styles. I am currently working on a new country song. I am from Texas, so that is a given. I will probably continue writing Christian music but only if they have excellent melodies and significant words. Too much of Christian music right now sounds exactly the same. It is fine to praise the Lord in song, but please make the music something others want to sing.
Where can we check out your sounds?
The demo is available on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtnREY8pG28 for everyone including Christian artists, music producers, and music companies to review. The song was a truly international effort. The music and words were written in Texas, the demo was recorded in London and the video was produced in Nairobi, Kenya.
Tell us something about yourself that the people need to know.
I really truly hope that the song HE AROSE touches you. Not for my economic gain but as a song that praises God, strengthens the believers faith and encourages each of you in your walk with the risen Lord everyday. That is what Christian music is, in my opinion, supposed do. I think the right performer could very successfully bring this song to the whole world in a very meaningful way. The YouTube video has been up less than 2 weeks and has been seen over 20,000 times.
"Amazing work. I will be back to build with you.
Much appreciated exposure" @StLukeTheKING