Dancehall reggae singer Tony Curtis

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Tony Curtis

Tony Curtis

Tony Curtis started singing at an early age, his first musical accomplishment was winning a talent show in Ocho Rios, Jamaica in 1991.


He got his musical influence from popular R&B singer such as Luther Vandros, Sam Cooke, Stevie Wonder and reggae singers Bob Marley and Dennis Brown.

He continued singing mostly doing cover version of popular R&b hits.

In 2002 his got his first big break into the dancehall and reggae music industry. This was due to the released of his self produced hit single "High Grade", a track from his album titled "Stronge" which was released that same year.

Tony Curtis is a solo artists but is also a member of reggae quartet group called L.U.S.T, the members of the group are himself, Lukie-D, Thriller-U and Singing Melody.

Curtis has released six (6) studio albums these are:
Designing Woman - 1994 (VP Records)

Power Of Love - 2001 (Artists Only)

Stronger - 2002 ( Music Ambassador)

Keep On - 2002 (Stingray/Jetstar)

Ready For The World - 2005 (Reggae Vibes/VP Records) and

Leave The Collie Alone - 2007 (Cousins)

Some of Tony's top singles are:
18 Yards
High Grade
Body Calling
Rollin
25 Ladies
Unity
Bless Me
Desperado
Question Sign
My God Is Real
Unity
Stronger
Jah I Thank You
Power Of Love
Angel
Do You Want To
Smoke It Up Tonight and
6Months/8Days/12Hours.

After almost 2 decades in the business, 6 studio albums, a string of collaborations, new management and an accumulating international fan base, Tony Curtis adamantly insists on creating music that eloquently advocate the heartfelt concerns of people.



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by: Paulette

Hi T when will you be coming to the uk to tour the last time you where here was 1991 with jigs king love your music

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