Eldie Anthony, the first recording artist to emerge from the Reggae Embassy based in Kingston, Jamaica, has reached the final phase in his development process as he prepares for the global launch of his career with a major US promotional tour. He had received a warm welcome from his US fans, radio stations, disc jockeys and prominent promoters in South Florida recently which then extended up the east coast.
Making several appearances on the entertainment scene, Eldie’s first official club performance came when he opened for Professor Nuts in a Hooky Hooky Production in Florida. Eldie wooed an enthused crowd, who was glad for the refreshing performance of such a promising Reggae act. Thus, it came as no surprise when the crowd chanted and demanded an encore performance from the vibrant artist. At the end, there was no doubt that he had a crowd of fully converted fans.
Countless DJ’s and Sound Systems offered great support of Eldie Anthony once they heard the first note a song. Radio stations and radio hosts continue to contact the Reggae Embassy for interviews and jingles as they fully endorse this rising Reggae icon.
Reggae Embassy executives had also prepared several activities for Eldie during his trip in preparation for his album and career launch. With his successful vocal and technique training with Adriana Zabala, as well as CEO training with Christina Grand, both Executives at the Music Embassies. Eldie was elated to meet other Executives of the Reggae Embassy who are based in the USA, such as Ormond Russell, executive in charge of accounting, taxes and compliance. Mr Russell is a seasoned musician who assembled the Reggae Embassy band in the US not only for Eldie Anthony but also for all of the endorsed artists of the Music Embassies. He has composed music and backed many great Reggae icons such as the Itals, Rita Marley, Gregory Isaacs, Peter Tosh, Marcia Griffiths and Dennis Brown to name a few.
Known as a humble and genuine individual, the raves and reviews have been nothing short of positive and motivating for the spirited talent that is Eldie Anthony. While on tour, he continued to write songs with his Embassy mate, the edgy diva, Ma’Niche, who he collaborated on a Dancehall track that was composed by hit song composer DJ Lanz 876 and was produced by Executives Christina Grand and Adriana Zabala entitled “SHUT IT DOWN”. He also began writing and recording for an Acoustic EP with Musicians Embassy’s client and guitarist, Ricky Odom. Not intending to limit himself to any one genre, the prismatic singer also recorded a smoothe Hip Hop/ R& B track on a new collaboration with Hip Hop Embassy’s client C-zer called “SO EASY” also composed by DJ Lanz 876 and produced by Christina Grand. New experiences, new music and a new outlook on life backed by an outstanding organization, Eldie Anthony is aligned with the road to success.
As he continued his tour, he moved up the east coast to the Tri-State area and made appearances in various places. He was then requested to return to Florida at the end of his trip when he was invited to open for a major stage show. Eldie felt especially blessed to be opening for the United Sports and Social Club Jamaica Independence Day Concert, which included classic Reggae veterans such as Leroy Sibbles, Everton Blender and Luciano, people who have inspired him greatly.
The Reggae Embassy is exceptionally happy and proud of Eldie’s growth and views him as a manifestation of the goals the Embassy seeks to accomplish and that an artist experiences as a client of the organization. Eldie Anthony has been a model client who is greatly focused and 100% determined to make it in the music industry. Together, he and his multitude of team members from the Reggae Embassy strive for the continued success of this versatile artist that is blessing the air ways with his music worldwide.
For interviews, jingles, bookings and all business requests visit www.EldieAnthony.com or contact the Reggae Embassy.