Camden Cox is back with the biggest dance-pop track of her career to date
London based dance-pop newcomer Camden Cox has just dropped the biggest track of career to date (out via frtyfve records). After picking up significant support with her previous singles “Good Vibes” and “Time”, “Not The One” is the latest instalment of her infectious dance-pop.
“The lyrics alone are about the ending of a relationship, and not settling for something that’s not good enough. Realising what you don’t want, in search of what you do. Finally finding the confidence to put yourself first,” she explained.
Camden has become a must-know name in the UK underground dance scene, working alongside the likes of Jaded, Just Kiddin’, TCTS, Alex Adair, Digital Farm Animals and Kideko. Her previous single “Time” picked up playlist support from Apple Music Japan’s ‘Best of the Week’, Napster’s ‘New & Good’, The Line of Best Fit’s ‘Tracks of the Week’ and Mr Revillz ‘Spotify & YouTube Adds’.
Camden Cox has picked up over 2 million playlist followers this week
With over 515,000 monthly listeners and over 17.8 million combined Spotify streams, “Not The One” is destined to be her most successful track to date. Featured on 18 influential Spotify playlists including Deep House, Camden Cox has over 2 million playlist followers this week (Instrumental Music Scouting Platform).