Last To Go is the first extended play by ARIA Award-winning recording artist Anthony Callea. Callea worked with Aussie producers David Musumeci, Michael D'Arcy from DNA Songs on the seven-track EP, as well as Grammy-award-winning Jamie Munson (a.k.a. DJ Poet) from the Black Eyed Peas.
Callea had been signed with Sony Music Australia after finishing runner-up to Casey Donovan on the second series of Australian Idol in 2004. The contract ceased 2009. Over the next three years, Callea worked on new music independently and self-funded his own production company called "Vox Enterprises". In July 2011, it was announced that Callea would preview long-awaited new material at the 2011 Stockholm Pride Festival. Callea wrote with various people including Paul Mac and the Black Eyed Peas producer DJ Poet. Callea said he had spent the past three years crafting a new musical direction after beginning his career as a popera star with the fastest-selling Australian single ever, "The Prayer". Callea said, "It's been really interesting working with people overseas who had no idea who I was or where I come from".
On the change of musical direction, in October 2011 Callea said; "I still love ballads and pop, but this is what I'm enjoying now. If I don't do music I love, I can't expect anyone else to believe it.".
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