10 scene musicians you can get customized Cameo videos from
Social media has undoubtedly made some of our favorite musicians and celebrities more accessible, and nothing beats Cameo.
If you don’t know what Cameo is, it’s an app that allows you to “book” your favorite artists, actors, musicians and more to make personalized videos for you.
Whether you want to send someone an amazing birthday message from their favorite band or you just want to hear an artist you’re obsessed with say your name, the platform is filled with scene artists who can lend a hand.
Check out 10 different people from the scene who are making videos on Cameo for your next gift.
This power couple is making videos for $75 that aren’t only totally dope, but they also benefit charity as well. A portion of the proceeds from Andy Biersack and Juliet Simms’ videos benefit Milo’s Sanctuary, a nonprofit organization that cares for cats.
Ben Bruce of Asking Alexandria
Asking Alexandria guitarist Ben Bruce is also selling videos on the platform to benefit charity. A personalized message from him will cost you $50, but a portion of the proceeds benefit (RED), an organization fighting to end AIDS.
If you love Of Mice & Men, you need to buy yourself a video from lead vocalist Aaron Pauley. The best part is Pauley only charges $25 for a video, so you can probably justify the purchase a bit more.
Former Oh, Weatherly guitarist/vocalist Reece Alan is selling customized Cameo videos to fans for only $10, so it's definitely worth it to buy one to show off in front of your friends.
Fronz invites fans to “party” with him on Cameo, and because of his wild personality, who knows what his videos will entail. He’s selling each for $27, making it a total steal for die-hard Attila fans.
The Word Alive vocalist Telle Smith invites fans to get creative with their Cameo requests, which he’s selling for $30. And he definitely means it considering he made his Cameo intro video on the side of the highway after getting in a car accident, so nothing is off limits. Plus, all proceeds from this month will go toward aiding Australian fire relief charities. Drummer Matt Horn is also on Cameo, which you can book for $5.
The legendary Tommy Lee definitely brings his crude personality to Cameo, but he’s also raising money for a good cause. The Mötley Crüe drummer’s videos cost a whopping $399, but some of the proceeds benefit (RED)’s fight against AIDS as well.
Danny Worsnop is also a pretty popular Cameo user with a five-star rating. He definitely appears incredibly genuine in his customized videos, which you can buy for $30.
Who would you want to book a Cameo with? Let us know in the comments below.