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Kelly Patterson

October 20, 2015

Kameron Corvet is a singer, songwriter and guitarist hailing from Cincinnati, Ohio by way of Baton Rouge who now calls Atlanta home. As a songwriter, he’s written for artists including: Freddie Jackson, Angie Stone, Case, Avery Sunshine and international pop artist Mr. Probz. As a performer, Kameron has traveled the world with his guitar as a solo performer while opening for the likes of: Adele, Marsha Ambrosius, Bilal, Dwele, Tamia and countless others. In 2006, he released his first independent album “Sayingthings” and has been a fixture in the indie soul music scene both in the U.S. and abroad. Since then, Kameron has released more projects including his acclaimed EP, F_ck, Love and his 2014 release Darker Than Gray.

On the heels of the reflective ballad “Nothing At All,” indie crooner Kameron Corvet releases his latest offering, “Leave It Like That.” Penned by Corvet and produced by Kennard Garrett (together known as The Rush), this track offers another glimpse inside Corvet’s forthcoming album, Due Process, which is an introspective journey toward greater manhood and artistic expression. Corvet is not afraid to be vulnerable and is an artist who’s comfortable wearing his heart on his sleeve. The video features him walking the streets of Amsterdam in serious contemplation of a failing relationship, before settling in to get an actual tattoo done during the filming of the video.

Musically, you can expect a rewarding experience that is consistent with Corvet’s signature falsetto, slick guitar riffs and a unique delivery of melody and rhythm. Lyrically, the Atlanta transplant is wading through uncharted waters. “In the past, I’ve written exclusively for people in the industry; for people I perceived to be my audience,” explains Corvet. “I am no longer focused on being overly complex or putting on airs; I am being completely honest, and for the first time, as a writer, I feel free.”

Atop a haunting lead guitar mixed with feel good drums and bass, “Leave It Like That” explores a relationship’s abrupt ending. “We have lied/ And we’ve kept things undercover/ Sure we fight/ But can we fight for each other,” croons Corvet in an emotional outpouring that begs the question, do we really want to leave it like that?
Corvet adds that, “maturity requires that we face issues head on, and the same is true in love and romance— even if that means acknowledging the demise of a relationship.”
Leave It Like That” is currently available on all major digital outlets, including iTunes and