Eldie Anthony

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Eldie Anthony
Birth name Elexcian Eldemire
Also known as Eldie Anthony
Born (1984-01-28) 28 January 1984 (age 34)
Origin Kingston, Jamaica
Genres Reggae, Dancehall, Pop Music
Occupation(s) Recording Artist
Years active 2005–Present
Labels Reggae Embassy
Associated acts Christina Grand, Ma'Niche, Bena Di Senior
Website eldieanthony.com

Eldie Anthony (born Elexcian Eldemire) on January 28, 1984 was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica. He began singing at a young age yet in 2004 he decided to dedicate his life to a career in music. He began working with various composers and producers.

Career[edit]

In 2007, he then found his way to Harmony House where he started to master his sound. The great Reggae icon Beres Hammond took him under his wing where he spent the next four years being mentored by the Reggae powerhouse himself.

In 2011, at a session in Anchor Recording studio, he was introduced to Music Industry Executive, Christina Grand of the Music Embassies, who was also in charge of the official Embassy for the Reggae industry; Reggae Embassy. He later contacted the organization to learn more. In May of that year, he began to fully utilize the organization for his career development, advancement, bookings and publishing through Elite Embassy Publishing. The Reggae Embassy launched the official website for the Jamaican recording artist Eldie Anthony which consists of his music, photos, music videos, news and updates of the artist[1]

In 2013, the Music Embassies featured many of Eldie Anthony's songs on their first compilation album; Music Embassies Spotlight Volume 1.

On February 17, 2015, Eldie Anthony released his debut double album entitled "Break Free" which was produced by the Reggae Embassy, Christina Grand and Eldie Anthony. It consists of two distinct sides entitled. "Break Free- Reggae Vibration" and "Break Free - Yaadstream".

Discography[edit]

  • Jah is By My Side (2013) – Composed By Asha D - Produced by Christina Grand, Eldie Anthony
  • I Will Go On (2011) – Composed By DJ Rhome - Produced by DJ Rhome, Eldie Anthony, Christina Grand
  • Singing in the Rain(2012) – Composed By El Toro - Produced by Christina Grand, Eldie Anthony
  • Break Free (2013) – Composed By Mantis Tan Tan - Produced by Mantis Tan Tan, Christina Grand
  • Want Mi Share (2013) – Composed By Bena Di Senior - Produced by Bena Di Senior
  • Let Me Be Your Man (2012) – Composed By DJ Lanz 876 - Produced by Christina Grand
  • Let Me Be Your Man Reggae Remix (2015) – Composed By Askell - Produced by Christina Grand, Askell - Vision House Records
  • Living for Tomorrow (Featuring I-Noble) (2013) – Composed By DJ Lanz 876 - Produced by Christina Grand, Eldie Anthony
  • Dance if You're Dancing (2011) – (Featuring Ma'Niche) (2013) – Composed By Roadz - Produced by Christina Grand, Roadz

Eldie Anthony[edit]

Eldie Anthony songs featured on Elite Embassy Soundcloud website[2]

Extremely versatile singer/songwriter Eldie Anthony listed as a Bena Production recording artist[3]

Eldie Anthony, one of the seven talented individual endorsed by the Music Embassies[4]

Eldie Anthony Wins TV Competition[5]

Eldie Anthony interview with Karl X[6]

Elexcian Eldemire wins Morgan Heritage talent search[7] [8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Reggae Embassy launches official website for Edlie Anthony, Website launch
  2. ^ Eldie Anthony songs featured on Elite Embassy Soundcloud website Eldie Anthony on Soundcloud
  3. ^ Extremely versatile singer/songwriter Eldie Anthony listed as a Bena Production recording artist Bena list artist as a production friend
  4. ^ Eldie Anthony, one of the seven talented individual endorsed by the Music Embassies One of the seven talented individual endorsed by the Music Embassies
  5. ^ Eldie Anthony Wins TV Competition Eldie Anthony Wins TV Competition
  6. ^ Eldie Anthony interview with Karl X Eldie Anthony interview with Karl X
  7. ^ Elexcian Eldemire wins Morgan Heritage talent search Elexcian Eldemire wins Morgan Heritage talent search
  8. ^ "Eldie Anthony". MTV.com. Retrieved 17 September 2016. 

External links[edit]