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"Couch, A Household Name" was released in 2013.  It is a strong hip hop album featuring such artists as Dr. Dre's son Curtis Young, SwizZz of Funk Volume, Wordsworth, Grewsum, Big Shot and Yak Nasty to name a few.  This album has many different sounds on it and Couch showed off his musical abilities by playing many instruments throughout the project.  The album is also home to the frequently internet radio favorite, "Ain't Easy" feat. Big Shot and DJ Fes One (Beat by Serial Killer Music).  Click Here for album.

Produced by:
Cameron Couch

Beats by:
Sereal Killer Music, Cameron Couch, SwizZz and A Single Digit

Released by:
oLOOKut Entertainment




"Myself in Conversation, Conversations with Ourself" was released July 13, 2012.  It is the first release by Couch and it is considered an EP, and he teamed up with San Diego musician Dr. Yobb.  This album is completely "Experimental" and is intended to groove you with deep lyrics, seductive beats and a type of noise that only the adventurous will find amusing.  It is Couch's only release that is 100% recorded in Tucson, AZ.  Click Here for album.

Produced by:
Cameron Couch

Beats by:
Dr. Yobb

Released by:
oLOOKut Entertainment















 Cameron Couch...in Scottish Cameron means "crooked nose" and Couch is just being lazy.  Couch grew up in Tacoma, WA where music was treated as an escape.  Blues was curiously discovered at a young age, in the styles of Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy and B.B. King from old record collections of friends in the neighborhood.  The home radio however was never off the classic rock station KZOK-FM.

In the early 90's Couch and a friend found "Life is...Too Short" by Too Short, "Walking with a Panther" by L.L. Cool J and "He's the DJ, I'm the Rapper" by DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince in his friend's older brother's room.  These 3 albums caused a great love to dig deep into the world that is Hip Hop.

Outkast, pre-Death Row Records Tupac and the Wu-Tang Clan filled his teenage years shelves.  Musical instruments were not found until well after he turned 21...he spent many years listening to others art before picking up an acoustic guitar, and later his favorite instrument of all a Ibanez Bass Guitar.

Couch currently resides in Steilacoom, WA and the road that lead him there has involved numerous tours with such artists as Spice 1 and Yak Nasty.  Couch has also built a very impressive performed with list.  Couch has opened for such acts as Kid Rock, Macklemore and Strange Music to name a few.  His live performance is full of energy, passion and a one-of-a-kind love for the audience.  This has lead him to collaborate with numerous of his favorite artists such as Dr. Dre's son Curtis Young, SwizZz of Funk Volume and Wordsworth (Mirror Music and from MTV's Lyricist Lounge Show).

What does the future hold...no one knows, but music will always be heard from Cameron Couch as long as his ears remain hearing.