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Download: Anthony Lewis’ New Mixtape #TBH

It’s almost as though Anthony Lewis’ love for music is ingrained in him; his love of art, somewhat hereditary. His parents were stage performers who could both sing and act, and it is apparent that neither the rhythm, nor the beat, missed Lewis. Born in Los Angeles, California, Lewis first realized his vocal potential at age six. Though he shared his talent in church, singing remained a personal hobby until he and his sister took to YouTube. As interest piqued among viewers, so did Lewis’ desire to pursue his gift. And his strides are apparent. While singing for producer Donnie Scantz, he impressed industry veteran, Garnett March, and was soon signed to The Chemists. The rest is history-in-the-making as he prepares his debut album and single.

With influences ranging from Chris Brown and Justin Timberlake to Michael Jackson, Lewis wants his sound and content to reflect his reality. By delving into and remaining true to his experiences as a teen, he hopes to create timeless music. And it’s exactly what he is meant to do. Lewis’ debut single, “Candy Rain”, was serviced to radio and released digitally on February 14, the song was produced by Devante Swing and Bradd Young. Lewis is currently in the studio working on his debut album, collaborating with Drumma Boy, Makeba Riddick and DJ Mustard. His album is due later this year.



Anthony Lewis heats up the holiday with his new mixtape #TBH that is now available for download. His recent remake of “Candy Rain” landed him in the top 10 at Urban Radio this past Summer. Check out his new single “Owe Me” and his latest video for his take on Drake’s “How Bout Now”. Anthony has released a steady stream of music and visuals leading up to his #TBH mixtape, including “Looks Like Me” and his version of Rae Sremmurd’s “No Type”.



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