Camille Purcell

Pop music, Composer

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Who is Camille Purcell?

Camille, full name Camille Angelina Purcell, is an ASCAP award-winning British singer, songwriter, vocal arranger and vocal producer from South London, England signed to Sony ATV Publishing. She is known for writing The Saturdays first number one single "What About Us", for her work on Little Mix's album 'Salute', and for co-writing Jessie J's official Kick-Ass 2 soundtrack song 'Hero', as well as JLS' final single 'Billion Lights'. Her vocals are featured on Tinchy Stryder's 2012 single "Help Me". Camille has worked with other artists such as James Arthur, Cheryl Cole, Little Mix, Pixie Lott, Ella Henderson, Leona Lewis, Wiley, Charlie Brown, Angel Haze, Loveable Rogues, Conor Maynard, and Rita Ora.

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on July 23, 2013

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