Anthony Hamilton is an American record and musician producer with a net worth of eight million dollars. Born in 1971 in Charlotte, North Carolina, Anthony Hamilton began singing in the local church choir of his as being a kid. He moved to New York City in the early' 90s and landed a record deal. He released the debut album of his, "XTC", in 1996. He then began working with other musicians, co writing "U Know What is Up" and moving on trip with D'Angelo. In 2002, he sang on the chorus of Nappy Roots' "Po' Folks", earning a Grammy Award nomination. Hamilton's next release was not before 2003's "Comin' From Where I am From". He's since released 2005's "Soulife", 2005's "Ain't Nobody Worryin'", 2007's "Southern Comfort", 2008's "The Point of It All", and 2011's "Back to Love". With Jadakiss and on 2 2Pac remixes was worked by Hamilton. He appeared with the RH Factor, Buddy Guy, and Angie Stone. Hamilton won the BET J Cool That way Award in the 2006 BET Awards and later guest starred on "Chappelle' Show". Hamilton sings in the film "American Gangster" and also worked on the film's soundtrack. He's also featured on the soundtrack for Quentin Tarantino's 2012 release "Django Unchained" starring Jamie Foxx, Cristoph Waltz, and Leonardo Dicaprio.
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