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SideFX and Kim Cameron are a high-energy, 2-time Top 20 Billboard  chart-topping dance band who's music has been on Billboard Dance  Club, Hot AC, AC; College Music Journal; AAA, DJ Times, FMQB  music charts. Kim is played across the US, Canada, UK and Australia,  and placed on Bravo, Fox Sports, MTV, Discovery, TLC, TV Networks,  just to name a few.  Kim Cameron, who performed twice for the NFL (Giants and Redskins)  to over 70,000, has toured across the country and internationally,  garnered millions of YouTube views,  featured on Comcast's Xfinity,  and won Album of the Year, Best Live Performance and an American  Songwriter Nominee.  Kim Cameron: Naturally Yours Posted on: January 4, 2016 by: Andrew Oliver There aren’t a lot of dance groups around  right now that are as good as Kim Cameron.  And for good  reason. Kim has been in this  game for years as a legitimate and genuine  artist, making a name for herself  in a scene  that is more co nducive to passing fancies and  flavors of the week than it is to solid  mainstays  and reliable staples. But it appears that Kim Cameron has become  that staple, in a genre which defies  their very  existence. For years, her music has been  gracing the charts, a nd with the release of  new  singles for her EP, Naturally Yours , she  has only further cemented herself as a  dominant force in  modern dance music. There are many factors which make this EP  work so tremendously well. For one,  Kim  Cameron seems to recognize the factors that make up a truly good pop song. The things  that  worked for Steve Perry, Earth Wind & Fire, and The Carpenters can all be found in  the tracks of this EP  in 2016. But of course, Kim takes these sounds and allows them to  evolve, to fit the modern style, while  still embracing the variance and rich flavor that they bring to the release. From the satisfyingly gritty  guitar opening on “But You,” to the shimmering strings on “Falling Stars,” Naturally Yours embraces and  enhances the sounds and styles we’ve come to know and love in popular music from the 1970s to this  very  day. And of course, throughout the whole affair, Kim Cameron’s voice sounds lovelier than ever.  When it comes to solid,  infectious, and inc redibly well - written pop music, this is release is not to be  passed up. There are many factors which make this EP work so tremendously well. For one, Kim Cameron seems to  recognize the factors that make up a truly good pop song. The things that worked for Steve Perry, Earth  Wind & Fire, and The Carpenters can all be found in the tracks of this EP in 2016. But of course, Kim  takes these sounds and allows them to evolve, to fit the modern style, while still embracing the variance  and rich flavor that they bring to the release. From the satisfyingly gritty guitar opening on “But You,” to  the shimmering strings on “Falling Stars,” Naturally Yours embraces and enhances the sounds and styles  we’ve come to know and love in popular music from the 1970s to this very day. -Andrew Oliver 
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SideFX and Kim Cameron are a high-energy, 2-time Top  20 Billboard chart-topping dance band who's music has  been on Billboard Dance Club, Hot AC, AC; College  Music Journal; AAA, DJ Times, FMQB music charts. Kim  is played across the US, Canada, UK and Australia, and  placed on Bravo, Fox Sports, MTV, Discovery, TLC, TV  Networks, just to name a few.  Kim Cameron, who performed twice for the NFL (Giants  and Redskins) to over 70,000, has toured across the country  and internationally, garnered millions of YouTube views,   featured on Comcast's Xfinity, and won Album of the Year,  Best Live Performance and an American Songwriter  Nominee.  Kim Cameron: Naturally Yours Posted on: January 4, 2016 by: Andrew Oliver There aren’t a lot of dance groups around  right now that  are as good as Kim Cameron.  And for good reason. Kim  has been in this  game for years as a legitimate and genuine   artist, making a name for herself in a scene  that is more co  nducive to passing fancies and  flavors of the week than it  is to solid  mainstays and reliable staples. But it appears  that Kim Cameron has become  that staple, in a genre  which defies their very  existence. For years, her music has  been  gracing the charts, a nd with the release of  new  singles for her EP, Naturally Yours , she  has only further  cemented herself as a  dominant force in modern dance  music. There are many factors which make this EP  work  so tremendously well. For one, Kim  Cameron seems to  recognize the factors that make up a truly good pop song.  The things  that worked for Steve Perry, Earth Wind &  Fire, and The Carpenters can all be found in  the tracks of  this EP in 2016. But of course, Kim takes these sounds and  allows them to  evolve, to fit the modern style, while still  embracing the variance and rich flavor that they bring to  the release. From the satisfyingly gritty guitar opening on  “But You,” to the shimmering strings on “Falling Stars,”  Naturally Yours embraces and enhances the sounds and  styles we’ve come to know and love in popular music from  the 1970s to this very  day. And of course, throughout the  whole affair, Kim Cameron’s voice sounds lovelier than  ever. When it comes to solid,  infectious, and inc redibly  well - written pop music, this is release is not to be passed  up.  There are many factors which make this EP work so  tremendously well. For one, Kim Cameron seems to  recognize the factors that make up a truly good pop song.  The things that worked for Steve Perry, Earth Wind & Fire,  and The Carpenters can all be found in the tracks of this EP  in 2016. But of course, Kim takes these sounds and allows  them to evolve, to fit the modern style, while still  embracing the variance and rich flavor that they bring to  the release. From the satisfyingly gritty guitar opening on  “But You,” to the shimmering strings on “Falling Stars,”  Naturally Yours embraces and enhances the sounds and  styles we’ve come to know and love in popular music from  the 1970s to this very day. -Andrew Oliver 
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