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10/2/17

Cameron Dean, a 26-year-old native of Seattle, is currently heading A&R at Future History, the label & publishing company started by Jason Derulo along with his long-time manager, Frank Harris.

The label, launched back in 2014, is distributed through Warner Bros. with the publishing wing through Warner/Chappell.

As part of the Future History team, Dean A&R'd "Swalla" by Derulo ft. Nicki Minaj & Ty$, which just went 5x platinum. Future History represents and publishes Smash David – who produced “Location,” the breakout hit for Khalid, along with  “Bounce Back” for Big Sean and  “Pills & Automobiles”  by Chris Brown.  Dean also A&R’d the new album from R&B artist Bryan J, whose first single is called  “Mos High” and features Young Thug & Beenie Man. The forthcoming record from Bryan J will also feature writing and production by DJ Mustard, Charlie Puth, BHAM and Michael Keenan.

L-R, row 1: Cameron Dean, HipHopDX Editor-in-Chief Trent Clark, Apple Music's Head of Artist Curation Carl Cherry, Jason Derulo, artist Bryan J.

2nd Row: Revolt's Vice President of Digital Aubrey Flynn, Harry Dessources, Henry Dessources, The Brand Group's Audra Mitchell, Miss Diddy, 23 Management's Frank Harris, Theshaderoom's Kiki Ayers, Bossip's Danielle Canada, 23 Management's Hakeem Harris.