The Radar: Kameechi – More Than Ordinary Everyday Life

Kameechi

Only one who devotes himself to a cause with his whole strength and soul can be a true master. For this reason mastery demands all of a person.” – Albert Einstein

According to most sources It takes anywhere from 6-10 years to get great at something, depending on how often and how much you do it. Some estimate that it takes 10,000 hours to master something, but I think it varies from person to person and depends on the skill and other factors.

In music not only skill, wordplay & delivery determine your success rate but consistency in key in a world where consumers need to be fed content at a much faster rate than the 90’s – mid 2000’s era of hip hop. Our on #TheRadar artist Kameechi displays all of these qualities and then some as he is well on the way to becoming a master of his craft.

With his “The Story Of OJ” freestyle receiving a lot of positive feedback thanks in part to radio support by Hot 97’s Funkmaster Flex, and new single “Zipline” Featuring KiD TrHippy & Freaky Sha who is also his brother gaining momentum, Kameechi is putting together the kind of buzz that may command a full length project or EP to be coming some time soon.

Kameechi Zipline Cover Art

Hakeem Ysaguirre who performs as Kameechi is originally from Queens, NY but moved to Baltimore in 1997. It was then that him and his brothers formed the group “Duece Tre Duece” managed then by the late K-Swift. They reached number #1 record status in the DMV with songs like “Hand Up, Thumbs Down” & “Backies”. Intending to better his career as an artist and a songwriter, Kameechi ventured into his own solo career signing with Mr. Porter of D12  under MyOwnPlanet (Shady Records) from 2012- 2014. Building his catalog working with producers such as Jmike (Nicki Minaj’s “Superbass” & “Only”), Lace & Kidd, Mad Max & 3AM as well as writing Beyoncé records with Rickey ($lick) Offord, he aims to show the world the greatness of Kameechi.

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