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Pre-Order Cameron Rota's 'One of a Kind'


PRE-ORDER CAMERON ROTA'S 'ONE OF A KIND'

‘One of a Kind’ released 1st September

Whakatane’s Cameron Rota is excited to announce the release of his debut single - ‘One of a Kind’ - on September 1.

"Cameron is a talented young performer with an incredible work ethic. His voice shows loads of potential and he has the makings of a future well loved entertainer".

Sam de Jong - Music Producer

‘One of a Kind’ was recorded at Auckland’s Parachute Studios and together with his management team with the support of former X Factor judge Daniel Bedingfield, Rota has spent the past several months working hard towards the release.

Cameron has been making waves across the music scene after featuring on the first series of X Factor New Zealand in 2013.

‘One of a Kind’ is about always knowing that someone is there for you - That 'One of a Kind' person,” says Cameron.

I'm so happy to be sharing my music for everyone to hear and it feels great to be pursuing my dream of making music a career”.

Cameron will perform his debut single ‘One of a Kind’ at the opening ceremony of the 2014 NZCT AIMS GAMES on Sunday 7th September 2014 at ASB Baypark Arena.

‘One of a Kind’ is available to pre-order from iTunes and will be officially available to purchase on Monday 1st September.

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