Cam is still considered a newcomer, but she's already making a name for herself. This week, the singer took her hit “Burning House" to national TV for her inaugural appearance at the Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon.

"This human being is one of the best. Thank you Jimmy Fallon and your whole team for such a perfect Tonight Show debut!" the country freshman posted on social media following her performance.

Clad in a bright-yellow dress to match her sunny personality, Cam sang a heartfelt rendition of the somber "Burning House," which has earned the California native a No. 1 on country radio, a RIAA platinum certification as well as a nomination for Best Country Solo Performance at the 2016 Grammy Awards. Her posts on social media during and following the premiere painted the picture of a night she won't ever forget.

While on set at the Tonight Show, Cam made sure to sign the guestbook so the night will be documented forever. "I'll never forget my first time. Thank you for the warm welcome and big moment!" she wrote.

"Burning House" is the lead single off of the sugar-and-spice country singer's debut album titled Untamed, which was released in December of 2015. That project earned the Taste of Country Critic's Pick stamp of approval.

"I think life gives you lemons and the thing that I’m working on doing is not watering it down, not putting sugar in it," Cam said of the album that carries her first Grammy-nominated single. "Just drink it straight."

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