Soul singer/songwriter Anthony Hamilton is known for love songs that ignite passion, such as the aching ode “Charlene,” or the occasional social commentary about Black girls lost on his new track, “Baby Girl.”
Yet, he is no stranger to Hip-Hop. Over the course of his music career, Hamilton has collaborated with some of rap’s big shots, including Jadakiss, The Game, Twista, Nappy Roots, and even a deceased Tupac Shakur on 2002’s “Thugz Mansion.”
AllHipHop.com spent some time at RCA Records with Hamilton this week to hear more about his latest release, Back To Love, which debuted at #12 this week, his highest release ranking to date. While we were there, we got him to share his “Top 5 Rappers Dead or Alive” – where he throws in an interesting collaboration offer to a certain MC at W.A.R.:
Back To Love is available in stores and on iTunes now. Be sure to cop the Deluxe Edition, which includes four, must-listen bonus tracks.