As if marked with bad luck, the artist sank into depression. The composition was nominated for Grammy and Hamilton was signed up with So So Def. There, he began writing songs for his own solo project and other performers. This inspired Anthony to maintain a highly productive activity without quality reduction. He demonstrated all his talent to a wide audience after singing the chorus in Po' Folks of Nappy Roots.
Remaining a hard working artist, he enlarged his discography with the new album The Point Of It All, released in 2008. The concerts appeared a great event and left Anthony with many pleasant impressions. In 2005 the singer restored some of his old songs and united them into the collection called Soulife 2005 meeting acclaim and much attention. By the absolute slightest margin, isn't up to that level, but its strengths are undeniable, too numerous to make the set seem like a disappointment. He discovered his big musical abilities when started singing in the local church choir, aged ten. Hamilton and his team composed of specialist he had met during his vagabond years created a sweet sound bringing back to old good soul and supported with various instruments recorded in a modern way.
It received poor promotion and, dissatisfied with the label, Hamilton relocated to Los Angeles to cooperate with Soulife. However, by the moment of his return, Soulife had bankrupted too. Anthony Hamilton was born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. Four years and three months is a long time to go without an album. Once faded from view, there was a Christmas release, side appearances on cuts by , , and , and a duet with recorded for the soundtrack. The lyrics about simple and important subjects were written in a comprehensive and beautiful language matching perfectly the music material of the record.
But for the decade that Anthony had spent wandering from label to label, the public got used to this genre, which made the 2003 album Comin' From Where I'm From a very timely release. In his youth years, Anthony used to perfect his skills actively performing at nightclubs and participating in numerous young talent shows. As time went by, he realized he had overdone the level of the local stage and had to move further. The two were previously together through , , and , a stellar trilogy of modern red-dirt soul. In 1993 Hamilton went to New York. The range of backdrops is as varied as ever, from solo acoustic piano to burbling synthesizers. .
The same year, Hamilton recorded an album of new songs, Ain't Nobody Worryin'. Unlike his earlier work, here rarely dips into sorrow, instead using more of his time to express desire and gratitude. The wait for a proper album extended into early 2016. However, when the work on the first album was about to be finished, the company collapsed and the album was never released. By that moment, Anthony had become the leading performer of new wave soul. He continued working hard and took part in projects of many other performers waiting for a new proposal. The singer signed a contract with Uptown Records, a company specializing in hip-hop and soul.
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