Speaking engagements
Kamron's extensive career in the music industry began in the early 1990's as a founding member of New York based American rap group, Young Black Teenagers (YBT) consisting of Kamron, First Born, Tommy Never, and DJ Skribble. Their self titled debut album Young Black Teenagers (1991) featured the singles "Nobody Knows Kelli" (about the character Kelly Bundy from the sitcom Married With Children), "Proud to Be Black", and "To My Donna" (an attack on Madonna for taking the rhythm track of the Public Enemy song "Security of the First World" for her single "Justify My Love").

YBT had the support of the prominent rap group Public Enemy and their producer Hank Shocklee signed them as the first act of his label Sound of Urban Listeners. They released their second album Dead Enz Kidz Doin' Lifetime Bidz (1993) with MCA Records. The album featured the song "Tap the Bottle", their biggest single. After "Tap The Bottle" became a worldwide hit, YBT called it a day in 1994.

DJ. Kamron along with ATA previously ran a music studio in Roosevelt, New York and produced hip hop tracks. He is co-founder of the Marksmen in Manhattan, producing tracks for Public Enemy, Ice Cube, Jerry Wonder, Jill Scott, 50 Cent, and TV commercials, films, video games and other prominent musicians. He also works at Geejam Studios as a senior audio engineer. Kamron played the role of Jamal in House Party 2, and he is included in the credits from the Juice (film) producing all DJ Q's turntable scratching.

Currently, Kamron manages hip hop artists, Pharoahe Monch under record label, management, and multi-media development company W.A.R. Media, LLC, and Chip Fu of Fu-Schinckens, as well as several new artists he is developing.

Lisa Maxfield

Peter Jacobsen (Europe)

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