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Eyes All Over Album and Charity Fundraiser

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What’s up y’all! My name is Miss Kam! You might’ve heard some people say, “Hey Miss Kam!” around Baltimore and the DMV. I’m a full-time musician, entrepreneur, as well as an ophthalmic technician. Did I mention I'm a Gemini? Any who! I’m raising money for my next album, Eyes All Over - a passion project that combines my love for music and medicine. It’s more than just an album, it’s a movement.

In 2018, I started my dual-career journey as a rapper and ophthalmic technician. I always dreamed of being a doctor AND a superstar since I was a child, but sometimes life doesn’t work that way. Ironically, my life did – but with a twist. Between 2020 and 2023, I’ve had the opportunity to work alongside world renowned surgeons at The Wilmer Eye Institute and become the first female rapper to be archived three times in the Baltimore Museum of Art. I’ve been featured on Spotify billboards, the cover of Baltimore Beat, The Washington Post, and in The Baltimore Banner for being passionate about both careers. As a part of the 2023-2024 Recording Academy's Hip Hop Committee: D.C. Chapter - I’ve gotten thumbs up from artists like Missy Elliott and Rico Nasty, performed at SXSW, and even went viral with over 1 million views! (Can you say “Crabs, so good?”) One would think I’ve found quite a balance between both, right? Wrong!

Initially, I started working as an optician at the age of 21 because I needed a job to fund my dreams. I fell in love with ophthalmology and patient care, as well as becoming an advocate for those in my community. Over the years, I’ve been able to leverage my reach as an artist/influencer to give discounted eye exams, eyeglasses and Lasik surgery to those in need. Even though some of my jobs were understanding of my vision and need for balance, things haven’t always panned out in my favor. Some supervisors were understanding of my love for music and medicine, others not so much.

I lost my job and faced a period of homelessness in April 2023. I struggled to survive, as well as chase my dreams for ten consecutive months. During that time, I quietly suffered while everyone celebrated some of my biggest achievements. Thankfully, I was surrounded by friends and family who uplifted me through one of my darkest times. Even more, I was surrounded by a community of artists and creatives who pushed me to keep going. I knew that once I weathered through the storm, I’d have a beautiful story to tell that could inspire those watching. I knew I had eyes all over watching my legacy unfold, and I didn’t want to let anyone down. Presently, I’m grateful to be working and doing what I love again as an ophthalmic technician – as well as back to being a full-time musician. I’m happy at my new job and ecstatic to say my new coworkers are beyond supportive of my music career. Even though I’m somewhat back on my feet, I still need help. My resume is packed with some of the biggest accolades and placements, but my level of superstardom doesn’t quite pay the bills (yet.) I tried my hand at entrepreneurship and successfully sold merch – but unfortunately, I fell behind on fulfilling orders due to financial difficulties. Since I’ve been unemployed, I dug up about $5k in debt and medical bills. That’s hard to catch up with while following my dreams, and I’m no longer ashamed to ask for help.

My testimony has inspired me to ask for help not just for myself, but for those who are afraid to ask for help like me. Earlier, I mentioned that Eyes All Over isn’t just an album, it’s a movement. As a part of this movement, I’ve decided to start the 20/20 campaign. In honor of my love for music and ophthalmology, I’m asking YOU to join the vision in raising $202,202.02 to ignite the start of a communal album and charitable effort. For a donation of $2.20 or $20.20, proceeds go directly towards:

  • paying off all personal/medical debts and fulfilling past-due merchandise orders
  • free eye exams and glasses for Baltimore City/County residents
  • Eyes All Over album production, marketing, visuals, team compensation, merchandise, tours, and events
  • lump-sum payments to artists and creatives involved in the making of Eyes All Over (this includes artist features, producers, engineers, and event staff)
  • donations to local creatives, studios, and non-profit organizations

You’re more than welcome to donate less or more, I get that times are rough and we’re all doing the best we can. Because of that, I’ve decided to donate 50% of ALL proceeds towards free eye exams and glasses for Baltimore residents, as well as local artists and non-profit organizations who have been a staple in Baltimore’s thriving art scene. I’ve been a self-funded indie artist since I’ve started my career in music, and I understand how important it is to have advocates in every area of your life. I’ve had the honor of wise counsel and support who guided me on my journey, and it’s time that I give that love back to my community tenfold!!

My long-term goal is to raise $1,000,000 towards free eye exams and developing Baltimore’s art scene, but I’m starting off small and with big faith that our goal will be exceeded. As the movement grows, so will the team – as well as the goal.

I appreciate you dearly for reading and I can’t wait to share a sacred space that means the world to me, with you. I also can’t wait to reach one of my biggest goals with YOU! Congratulations to us in advance!!!

Say “Hey Miss Kam!!!!!” ️

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  • Ashton Lee
    • $10 
    • 26 d
  • Anonymous
    • $25 
    • 1 mo
  • Danielle Graham
    • $25 
    • 1 mo
  • Anonymous
    • $5 
    • 1 mo
  • Oladele Kiambu
    • $30 
    • 1 mo


Miss Kam
Baltimore, MD

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