Latonius releases his new album, The Vision, with original gospel songs
The artist’s work will be on the street from 30 November
Canarias, November 28, 2018.- The North American singer Latonius will launch his fourth album, The Vision, on November 30th, in which the artist, who handles pop, soul and R&B with ease, delves into the gospel genre, with nine original songs in which he pours all his inspiration and artistic energy.
Latonius, who comes from Los Angeles, wanted to call this album The Vision (released with the record company NCR Music) because, according to him, “many things have changed in my life since I got the last job”, things that have made this already established artist an international reference point for black music, but, above all, that have given him the inspiration needed to compose the songs that make up the album.
In fact, one of the singles of this work, I Know where I´m going, comes to summarize in a very symbolic way the new professional work of this artist, who began singing at age 4 with his family and has stepped on hundreds of stages around the world amazing and vibrating with emotion to the public by the versatility and captivating power of his voice,
The rest of the songs that compose this album are: Warriors, Prodigal, Wonder, I Surrender, Unconditional, Sanador, Up on a Hill and Lift him Up. The album can be purchased on all digital music platforms and in physical format through the artist’s website.
Tony Jermaine Earl, also known as Latonius, has shared stages in the United States with legends such as Sarah Vaugahn and Al Jarreau or gospel artists such as Dr. E LaQuint Weaver & The Hallelujah Singers, Kierra Sheard, Larry Callahan & SOG, Darnell Davis & The Remnant, Isaac Cates & Ordained and many more.
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and raised in Los Angeles, Latonius grew up in a family environment with a strong musical character. Both his mother and father were singers, so music, singing and creativity marked his early career. Jazz, pop, R&B, gospel and classical music quickly became determining components of his life.
In 2011 he moves to Hamburg (Germany), collaborates with singers of the stature of Ina Müller, Johannes Oerdings, Gustav Peter Wöhler and Inga Rumpf on the German television channel NDR.
Latonius records his first album Say yes with the German production company Be Fly Music, which sees the light in 2013, after the previous release of the EP Home and his first singles Never too late and Meantime, the latter with the special collaboration of Steelo Vasquez.
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