Armed with confidence, brains and beauty, Urban/R&B
songstress Paula Campbell has a story to tell. Life may
have dealt this strong-willed, student of the game a
questionable deck of cards, nevertheless this gorgeous
and street-smart songstress is coming up nothing short
of straight aces. As a mainstay throughout the Baltimore/
Washington, D.C. region with a fancy for penning lyrics
for her songs, she earned her right opening for R&B and
Pop heavyweights R.Kelly, Trey Songz, and Rihanna.
Paula also dominated as she opened for Hip-hop stars
Kanye West, Wale and T.I. Those moments in her careers
continue to be reflected in her music.
After impressing the SONY/Columbia family, she gained
the respect of Ne-Yo. This allowed Paula to be added to
Ne-yo’s 3-month tour and collaborate on music, which hit
song and Glamour Magazine favorite “Ain’t Nobody
Stupid” was produced. “The songs I did for Paula were
written for her, with her vocal style and personal
swagger in mind.” He dug Paula’s vibe from the artist
encounter. “She is who she is, in that she doesn't try to be
strong or try to be real she just is. Paula Campbell is the
voice of every woman. She's imperfect and insecure, yet
confident, fragile and strong all at the same time just
every woman. Above all, she's real.” Ne-yo exclaimed.
Paula Campbell is very clear on her purpose. Along with
him, hit-makers Karma Productions, Carvin Ransum
Haggins, Ivan Orthodox Barrias and Warryn Campbell
gave this star a chance to learn.
Coming from a major label to indie, Paula developed her
own, Camp RebelWood Ent., which is where she has
produced many more hits to date. A great catalog of
emotion-filled music and thousands of fans later, with releases like “Wish It Was That Easy” which expresses that she must forget or forgive what is no longer. “Coming from a place where everything was right in my hands to starting fresh and on my own does make you think, you wish it was easier. “We are human beings and we are really hard on ourselves. It's really hard to disconnect and to understand that we must move forward,” said Campbell. Thriving Campbell continues takes on music with more passion that ever before. “I’m grateful to have a fan base that has continued to support my music, my story, my way.”
Who Got Next - 2004
DreamMaker - 2010
Birthed in Washington D.C. & raised in Baltimore, MD; Nate "DJ WildChild DNA" Anderson; a graduate of Morgan State University, has been DJing and working with nationally known major artist professionally for over 20 years. During his college years he started his own promotions company Round Table Entertainment (later changing to Round Table Music Group) focusing primarily on college events and expanding his mixtape reach to other regions both nationally and internationally. While building his new brands DNA began doing volunteer promotional work for major record labels & music distribution companies; Polygram Distribution Group, Def Jam Recordings and EMI Distribution.
In 2000 after graduating from college, DNA went on to work for A.I.R. (Active Industry Research, Inc.) as a major independent record promoter working with the VP's from every major record label, assisting with breaking and reigniting the careers of artists such as Alicia Keys, Musiq Soulchild, Glen Lewis, Nas, Jaheim, Missy Elliott and many more.
Through his thriving talent and inbred understanding of business, DNA spurred from mobile DJ, to indie promoter, to worldwide mixtape, concert, festival, event, tour and party DJ. In 2004, DNA earned his first national weekly mixshow on XM Satellite Radio's 66RAW Station. After a 5 year run on XM Satellite Radio, DNA was recruited by the national cable Music Choice network in 2009 to be the first featured mixer on their CHR/Top 40 channel; MC Mixtape. In 2009 DNA then returned to break yet another barrier launching 66RAW.com (now 66RAW.net), the online version of the infamous XM Satellite station which he would soon after become a co-owner of the brand.
With over 300+ mixtapes in his catalogue to date, DNA had a hand with breaking national artist such as K. Michelle, The Diplomats, Trey Songz, Raheem DeVaughn, Young Jeezy, The Game, Rick Ross and many more through his nationally popular series. In the past, DNA has used his events and mixtape series to assist with the branding of major companies such as Grey Goose, Parish-Nation Clothing, Mitchell and Ness, Crown Royal, Jive Records, local and national retailers, multiple local & national models as well as NFL and NBA athletes. In addition DNA has been featured in publications such as Hip Hop Weekly, Ozone Magazine, MTV.com, Nominated at New York's Justo's Mixtape Awards, voted Baltimore's Best Hip Hop DJ by Baltimore City Paper and has been a featured guest on SiriusXM's Nationally broadcasted Sway in the morning show.
Throughout his career DNA, who is also a member of the worlds largest DJ Coalition Core DJ's as well as the DMV's Vintage Crew DJ's crew, has performed in multiple cities worldwide including Washington DC; Baltimore, MD; Los Angeles, Ca; Oklahoma City, OK; New York, NY; Buffalo, NY; Raleigh, NC; Richmond, VA; Atlanta, GA; Miami FL; Austin, TX; Philadelphia, PA; York, PA; Las Vegas, NV; Okinawa, Japan; Alvor, Portugal, throughout the Canary Islands in Tenerife, Spain, Panama and most recently Liberia, Costa Rica.
Albums & Films:
Mixtape Legends DVD - 2004
Harm City: True Crime - 2006
Street Jeopardy DVD & Soundtrack - 2007
Paula Campbell - DreamMaker - 2010