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Rich King Wit’ A Dream – An Entrepreneur and An Independant Recording Aritst

Most actors don’t start as actors. Some were first musicians, singers, comedians, etc. Usually, there is some type of talent (or a few) that sets the tone for whatever niche one possesses. This couldn’t be truer for professional recording artist: Rich King Wit’ A Dream.

Cameron D. Boyd, or known as Rich King Wit’ A Dream’s first peak at his career began in his youth as an indie filmmaker, while interning with award-winning filmmakers & directors such as, Craig Brewer, Arsenio Hall, & even Eddie Murphy. He said, “I used to take film and arts courses at “Cloud 901” Memphis teens and youth learning lab. After spending countless hours shaping his craft, he found his way into the music industry as a professional recording artist.

Rich King Wit’ A Dream gained inspiration to began his career as an artist after he released a single that was recorded in a free recording studio for children. Despite the low quality audio, the song received positive feedback and Rich King knew, from then, he wanted to make music. Rich King Wit’ A Dream, began his record label “Young Rich Kings, Assn.” to push along with his recently released single featuring RioDaDon “No Love” across major platforms such as VEVO, iTunes, & Spotify.

As an independent artist and entrepreneur, Rich is starting to build something lasting. Between being an artist and always spending countess time on set, Rich King Wit’ A Dream is quickly making a name for himself in the same industry he began in.

Find out more about Rich King Wit’ A Dream here: https://instagram.com/kwadswxrld

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