James Camper has a firm grasp of the issues in entertainment, politics, law, and hot topics. As a commentator, James seeks to render honest and assertive commentary on said issues and topics.
Whether James is being a humorous personality at an event, or whether he is rendering serious commentary on social, legal and political matters, James is a captivating presence that has mastered the art of entertaining versatile audiences.
James initially began broadcasting endeavors on the campus of Georgia Southern University, as the founder and host of ‘The Express Lane Talk Show.' Since then, James has gone on to appear on national television and radio. Further, James' content has been featured on major blogs and platforms.
Among many other appearances, to name a few, James has appeared on CNN’s sister-network, HLN, and Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ Revolt TV. Before ever appearing on national television, James packed auditoriums weekly with the live audience 'Express Lane Talk Show.'
James is credited with scoring the 1st-ever exclusive interview with Lyndon Smith, the Alabama man who was nearly killed and placed in the trunk of a car by members of VH1’s Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta cast. That interview has appeared on some of the most popular websites in the industry, and has been watched by the masses on YouTube.
He has worked directly in collaboration with several entertainment industry favorites, such as Mathew Knowles, Phaedra Parks, Tami Roman and Momma Dee. He has been labeled as a "rising star" by the Editor-In-Chief of the Hip Hop Enquirer, Dennis Byron.
James is extremely involved with the betterment of our society. As a former employee of the Division of Family & Children Services, James was directly involved with being an asset in advocating on behalf of families. Moreover, James is the founder of 'Homeless in the City,' which is a movement started in 2016. In this movement, he not only simply treats a homeless person to lunch but also sits down and engages in meaningful conversation with them each week. James is a passionate activist and travels across the country to participate in activism rallies/ forums. James has personally visited Flint, Michigan during the Flint water crisis, visited Baltimore, MD during the Freddie Gray incident, and visited Charleston, SC during the Walter Scott incident. He incessantly fights for women's rights, gay rights, civil rights, and animal rights.
As of July 2021, James completed a rigorous dual degree program that will award Juris Doctor and Master of Legal Studies diplomas. As a potential lawyer and commentator, James intends on utilizing legal knowledge in both the legal and broadcasting arenas.