Hilton Wright II, Kameron Corvet

United States

Hilton Wright II is a versatile, award-winning producer, songwriter, and composer with six Billboard #1s and RIAA platinum & gold certifications. Starting in the metro Detroit area, he formed the production duo WrighTrax with his cousin Brian, helping to craft the sound of Big Sean, which led to deals with Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music and Def Jam. Inspired by legends like J. Dilla and Quincy Jones, Hilton has produced for artists such as Mike Posner, Drake, Sofia Reyes, Faith Evans, and the cast of 'black•ish,' winning a Guild of Music Supervisors Award. He also has scored ads for Ford, Wal-Mart, and Jeep, among others. In 2020, he launched Seven15 Labs, a music-centric media company that serves as the outlet for his collaborations with various artists and brands. Based in Los Angeles, he's signed with Warner Chappell Music. Kameron Corvet is a Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter/guitarist from Cincinnati, Ohio. After graduating from Morehouse College with a French degree and moonlighting as a teacher, Kameron's breakout moment came from composing and co-writing Sting & Shaggy’s single “Don’t Make Me Wait”. This song, would become the catalyst for the legends' working relationship. "Don't Make Me Wait" went on to be the #1 Reggae song in 14 countries including the U.S. and secure a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album, 44/876 in 2019. Not limited to genre, Kameron co-wrote Toni Braxton’s “Fallin’” from her most recent album, Spell My Name and "Same" for the Italian start Giordana Angi(Warner/Italy). Kameron's most recent artistic release, You With Me, was featured on Season 2 of the Starz series BMF to rave reviews and streams of over 250k on Spotify and 11k Shazams on Apple Music. His single “Give It A Try” is still playing on Pandora's Adult R&B playlist and XM Satellite Radio's Heart and Soul station. As a performer, Kameron appeals to a wide range of audiences while opening for Adele, Chaka Khan, Erykah Badu, TyDolla $ign, The Commodores and Robert Glasper among others.