Biography

This self-proclaimed child of the eighties and eighties music began his career after a gutsy move to London, England at the age of seventeen with a dream to create a story for his life similar to Madonna’s move to New York.

Immediately, his move placed him in the heart of London’s music scene where Anthony became a top session vocalist and rapper, working with some of London’s best including Paul Hardcastle and jazz guitar Ronny Jordan. Anthony’s first major grab for the brass ring was the Hardcastle produced “Swing” by the Deff Boyz featuring Tony Mac. “Swing” became an instant international dance club hit charting Top 40 on Billboards Dance Chart and breaking the Top 40 on numerous European music charts

Anthony Antoine, with over 15 years in the music/recording industry, has had time to develop an internal integrity that’s now reflected in his songs. His multitude of influences include the songwriting talents of Babyface to the musicianship and courage of Me’Shelle Ndegeocello, Prince and Tony Rich.

His albums include “Songs from my Closet” (2002), “ASS the single and remixes” (2004), “Closets on Fire” (2005) and “Who’s Rockin’ Ur Ipod” (2009)

Edited by nillachino on 29 Apr 2010, 23:33

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