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Kameron Marlowe Releases Two New Spotify Singles

Kameron Marlowe released two Spotify singles. The singer debuted a new version of his song “Giving You Up” and a cover of Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues.” Take a look below as we dig in deeper to the tracks.

Kameron Marlowe Spotify Singles

Kameron Marlowe releases exclusive singles for Spotify “Giving You Up” and Johnny Cash cover, “Folsom Prison Blues”, available now

One of our current favorites, Kameron Marlowe just dropped two brand new Spotify singles. The singer-songwriter won our hearts with his song “Giving You Up,” and is now giving fans everywhere a new version of the track. Marlowe also covers Johnny Cash’s song “Folsom Prison Blues” as his second Spotify exclusive.

After listening to the singer’s self-titled EP, we knew he could truly sing anything and these new singles prove it. Running the gamut of emotion, the country boy ups his staying power. Side A features a piano-driven rendition of his hit “Giving You Up.” The version is vulnerable, bluesy, and emotive. Marlowe showcases exactly why fans fell in love with this song instantly.

“Don’t you dare try and reappear // After you already got me standing here // I can’t believe you would come at me looking for // A little bit of sympathy // Like I wasn’t the one you left all alone crying // Looking like a hot mess // Don’t show your face ‘round here any more honey // This is something you better get through your head // ‘Cause I’m giving you up”

Side B is a complete 180! The singer’s cover of Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues” is everything you want it to be. Showcasing his insane vocals, Marlowe proves that he is ready for the big stages. Infusing rock into the classic country song, the vocalist soars on this track. It is safe to say that the singer did one of his heroes proud!

We truly cannot get enough of Marlowe and his one-of-a-kind talent. Learn more about the singer here, in our spotlight interview. We predict that there is superstardom on the horizon for the newcomer!

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Kameron Marlowe announcements and releases.

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“Giving You Up” and “Folsom Prison Blues” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Kameron Marlowe Releases Sultry New Song “Tequila Talkin’”

Kameron Marlowe’s sultry new song, “Tequila Talkin'” arrives just in time for Cinco De Mayo. Available everywhere you buy or stream music now, May 5th, take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the track.

One of our new favorite singer-songwriters, Kameron Marlowe is blessing us with new music today! We named Marlowe one of our 2021 NYCountry Swag Artists to Watch for good reason, and his new single, out today is a perfect example. The singer dropped “Tequila Talkin’” as his first new song, since the release of his debut self-titled EP.

Written with incredible songwriters, Ray Fulcher and Dan Isbell, Marlowe manages to create another song that we just cannot get enough of. “Tequila Talkin’” is a smooth, romantic, and sultry jam, all about falling in lust/love at first sight. The artist relies on his smoldering vocals to paint the picture of a romantic encounter between two new lovers.

“That ain’t the tequila talkin’ babe // The way you’re smiling has got me thinking maybe // We should let the salt and the lime have its way // We’ll make up our minds tomorrow, but either way // Baby, I’m fallin’ // And that ain’t the tequila talkin’”

Although the song is not reinventing the wheel, the track feels new and innovative, when sung by Marlowe. “Tequila Talkin’” fits in perfectly with the singer’s former releases, and we’re sure the song is going to resonate with fans across the country genre. Currently, Marlowe’s debut single to country radio “Sober as a Drunk” continues to gain traction. This new jam is sure to create even more buzz around the promising new artist.

Kameron Marlowe's "Tequila Talkin'" is available now, May 5th

Kameron Marlowe’s “Tequila Talkin'” is available now, May 5th

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Kameron Marlowe releases.

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“Tequila Talkin’” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Who is Kameron Marlowe? The Story Behind His Journey to Country Music

This week we shine our spotlight on a promising new artist in the industry that we believe has what it takes to make it big. Kameron Marlowe is a newcomer on the scene but has so much talent to share with the world. We chatted with him about his upbringing, the release of his debut EP, and everything in between.

Kameron Marlowe

Kameron Marlowe

Growing up in Kannapolis, North Carolina, Marlowe’s focus has been on music since high school, when he played in a band and listened to music all the time. “I really didn’t listen to anything that was current. I guess I just have always been that way,” he explained, “I am one of the biggest Ray Charles fans there can be. But, Brooks and Dunn is probably my favorite country band of all time.” Marlowe also shared a love for artists like George Strait, Merle Haggard, and Chris Stapleton.

Although he clearly loves country music, it was not until he graduated and found himself working a job at General Motors that he realized that music was what he wanted to do for a living. As the singer started playing shows at local venues and bars, he received a life-changing call from someone from NBC’s hit television show The Voice. “I think that’s when music started to really, really make a change in my life,” he began, “Once the show ended, I couldn’t think about life without music again, so I started writing songs and started coming to town, meeting as many people as I could. I just wanted to immerse myself as deep as I could [in music].”

Marlowe made the move to Nashville, armed with a mission to make his dream come true. He continued to network in town, which eventually led him to earn both a publishing deal and a record deal. Despite the success, the singer continues to work on his craft every single day. “I am just trying to find my place and find my spot here in Nashville. I can’t say that I’m doing it better than anyone else, but I want to learn and I’m learning every day,” Marlowe exclaimed, “Music is what I want to do for the rest of my life, I can’t imagine doing anything else but music now.”

The singer-songwriter made his dreams a reality, finally releasing his debut self-titled EP last Friday (11/13). Chock full of songs for the everyday country fan and relatable lyrics, Marlowe reminds us all why we love this genre so much. In our conversation, he shared the difficult process of choosing of the six songs to represent his craft. “With this EP, my goal was really to establish myself,” he expressed, adding that even the songs he didn’t write like “Sober As a Drunk” and “Going There Today” were important to share. “If I feel like people need to hear something or that people would like to hear [a song] and it relates to me, I always want to make sure that this song gets heard because there’s so many great songs and songwriters in Nashville.”

On the other hand, the EP also includes incredible songs that Marlowe did have a hand in writing. His most popular song to date, “Giving You Up,” was a solo-write inspired by his feelings about breaking up with the girl he thought he was going to marry, while, “Burn ‘Em All” came to fruition at a co-write, where all the writers were feeling burnt out. The song ended up being inspired by the blue-collar worker.

As a whole, the record is a good representation of Marlowe’s story so far. “All these songs are just things that kinda have happened in my life since moving to Nashville and things that have affected my life before Nashville,” the singer-songwriter shared, “And I’m really just wanting to convey who I am as an artist in this EP and looking forward to maybe making a full record next.”

Besides making sure to listen to the EP, again and again, fans can look forward to more songs by Marlowe as we head into 2021. The singer hinted at possibly recording songs like “Tequila Talkin’” and “Steady Heart,” as well as, hoping to get a new batch of music out to fans. We are sure whatever is coming down the pipeline next will only elevate Marlowe and his blossoming career!

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Kameron Marlowe releases.

To keep up with Kameron Marlowe follow him on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

Kameron Marlowe EP is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

 

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Kameron Marlowe: Self-Titled Debut EP – Review

Kameron Marlowe’s brand new self-titled EP is available now, November 13th on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we recap our first impression of the songs off the new EP.

Kameron Marlowe

Kameron Marlowe EP, out now November 13th

Here at NYCountry Swag, we pride ourselves on truly having an ear for good music and incredible singer-songwriters. We can honestly say that recording artist and songwriter, Kameron Marlowe is the real deal, and it is only just the beginning for the budding star. Marlowe just released his debut major label self-titled EP today, and you are going to want to listen, and listen again!

Beginning with his debut single and solo-write, “Giving You Up,” Marlowe takes fans on a journey through the other side of a breakup when you are finally just about over someone and moving on, and then your ex calls. He sings about putting an end to the back and forth nature of a messy breakup. The song was a hit with fans, garnering over 27 million spins on Spotify, and with its catchy tune and touching lyrics, it is clear why.

“Cause I’m giving you up, just like I did them Marlboro Lights / And I’m giving you up, the same way I did the whiskey on ice”

Marlowe transitions into another relatable song, “Sober As A Drunk.” The song is full of play on words and enticing comparisons, as you navigate the unwanted feelings of missing someone. Although comprised of melancholy lyrics, the singer finds a way to highlight the mid-tempo nature of the catchy tune.

Continuing to tug at our heartstrings and showcase vulnerability, Marlowe emotes on “Goin’ There Today” with one of the best vocal performances on the project. One of our favorites off the EP, the story-telling song walks us through the emotions of a guy trying to stay clear from the person that broke his heart. The title is a way to express avoiding memories that are associated with pain and heartache.

“I sure could go for a cup of black coffee / They serve the best at the corner cafe / But it’ll have to wait ‘cause truth is / I don’t feel like goin’ there today”

On the next song, “Burn ‘Em All,” which was also released earlier this year, Marlowe relates to the everyday man, paying homage to the blue-collar workers and all the hardworking people out there. The track perfectly highlights the singer’s gritty growl and enticing vocals. Similarly, “Hungover,” one of the most upbeat tunes on the EP features killer vocals. This time the singer aims to get away from the heartache by doing what we all have done, drinking. “I’m in the middle of a heartbreak bend,” sings Marlowe in one of the most relatable lyrics there is.

The EP ends with another impressive vocally-driven song entitled “Leavin’ to Me.” On the track, Marlowe pleads with his partner to break up with him. It’s clear that the relationship is toxic, but we all know how hard it is to leave something that we thought would be our forever. This song is just another example of how well Marlowe can emote, sing, and write.

After listening to the six songs off the EP, fans will be able to understand both the type of music that Marlowe makes and his journey to choosing these songs for his record. Laced with songs for the everyday, hardworking fans and breakup songs that everyone can relate to, Marlowe has tapped into a side of country music that all fans can appreciate.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Kameron Marlowe releases.

To keep up with Kameron Marlowe follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Kameron Marlowe EP Tracklist:

  1. Giving You Up
  2. Sober As A Drunk
  3. Goin’ There Today
  4. Burn ‘Em All
  5. Hungover
  6. Leavin’ to Me

Kameron Marlowe EP is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

 

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Newcomer Kameron Marlowe Releases Major Label Debut “Burn ‘Em All”

Kameron Marlowe

NBC’s The Voice has spotlighted so many talented artists over the years, especially in the country genre. Artists who had a stint on the television show like Morgan Wallen, Danielle Bradbery, and Cassadee Pope, all went on to have incredible careers in the industry. Kameron Marlowe is another name you might recall from the show, but you will remember because of his talent. The newcomer and recently signed Columbia Nashville recording artist released his newest track “Burn ‘Em All” on Friday (6/26)

The new song perfectly supports Marlowe’s gritty growl and enticing vocals. The singer pours his heart out in each lyric, reminiscent of artists like Luke Combs and Randy Houser. Although the track is delightfully country, it features heavy guitars and EDM-esque beat drops, making it a fresh, yet familiar sound that you cannot help but love. Furthermore, Marlowe utilizes the phrase “Burn ‘Em All” to signify literal and figurative experiences letting things go for a moment.

Pour the gas, light the match, set the night on fire / Set the blaze, let the flames get higher / Every cigarette, every dollar, every problem you got on you from a town this small / Tonight we’re gonna burn ‘em all”

Marlowe is sure to follow up this track with another jam that continues to showcase different sides of his personality. He is a real singer and fans are sure to relate to his sound and his story. We are excited to see what is next for the newcomer!

To keep up with Kameron Marlowe follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“Burn ‘Em All” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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SHOP THE HERO COLLECTION

The Hero Collection by NYCountry Swag is inspired by the men and women of the Fire, Police and Military Departments across the country. A portion of sales from each purchase is donated to different foundations that support our heroes. We are dedicated to honoring their service and remembering their sacrifice.

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