Camaron Washington (aka “Cdot Honcho”) was born January 18th, 1996. He grew up living with his mother and brother, Marco. Cdot Honcho’s mother passed from cancer towards the end of Cdot Honcho’s junior year of high school. During the beginning of his senior year in high school, Cdot Honcho dropped out and decided to release “Buss’n” and chase his rap career along with taking care of the household he now only shared with Marco. When Cdot Honcho’s grandmother passed less than a year after his mother, Cdot Honcho got more serious about rapping and used their absence as his motivation. Cdot Honcho is a Hip-Hop artist from the south side of Chicago, Illinois.
Cdot Honcho released his first song In October of 2013, later changing the dynamic of his skill in 2014 with the release of the singles 50 of Em ft Lil Herb and Honcho Style. These songs built up the recognition of Cdot Honcho and what he has to offer to the Hip Hop industry along with other singles he made like No Hook, No Hook pt 2, No Hook, pt 3, Aquafina, and I Love where he goes bar for bar with a rap friend, Sumo. He then released his first project, Honcho the EP, a collection of 9 drill/rap songs in October of 2015. Cdot Honcho again built up anticipation for his next project with the single Miami Flow but it wasn’t until the actual release of Honcho 2 (H2) in July of 2016 when he started gaining attention from other artists and a huge outpour of fans on social media (IG and Twitter: @Cdothoncho). Cdot Honcho continued to drop hit singles Voicemail, Time, Teflon Flow, and 2017 Freestyle. This caused a bit of impatience from fans for the arrival of Honcho 3 (H3) which reached over a million views within its first 2 days out, in February of 2017. Cdot Honcho recently released his mixtape Takeover on November 24th, 2017 with hit singles Another One, 48 Freestyle, Came out it, Anti, and Old Chicago.