Rising country singer/songwriter Kameron Marlowe has inked a recording contract deal with Sony Music Nashville's Columbia Records. The artist, who had been working with publisher Sony/ATV Music Publishing (both companies are subsidiaries of the Sony Corp.), released his single "Burn 'Em All" to DSP's this morning.
"I couldn’t be more excited to be joining the Columbia team,” said Marlowe. “It still feels like a dream that I haven’t woken up from. I’m so thankful to Sony for believing in me."
Marlowe recently inked an exclusive, global publishing deal with Sony/ATV and released an acoustic version of his autobiographical, self-penned breakout hit “ Giving You Up.” The track has amassed 30 million on-demand streams, and in May, YouTube Music selected Marlowe to their Trending Artist on the Rise program.
Influenced by artists ranging from Brooks & Dunn and George Strait to Travis Tritt and Ray Charles, Marlowe’s sound is a culmination of his life-long love of country music. He is exclusively managed by The AMG.