Anthony Red Rose Unveils “Busy Tonight”
Anthony Red Rose has once again surpassed musical limitations, this time with his latest offering Busy Tonight.
The explosive hit song is set to hit retailers on Friday October 13th via distributing giants Haplios.
The track is fun, sexy and catchy and boasts instantly infectious lyrics that will no doubt become a mainstay in the dancehall reggae market, and also with the reggaton and African crowd.
The sizzling track is produced by Razz Attack Muzik and plans are already on the way to pair the song with an equally steamy video.
Anthony Redrose has continued to push the musical boundaries over the years by fusing different genres, ultimately making a name for himself in the business.
A vibrant Red Rose says,” One thing about my music is that I always try to be different, so I am always looking for opportunities or ways to connect with my audience and at the same time appeal to new audiences. There is always a demand for music like this and I will keep supplying it.”
Having built a fervent fanbase on all corners of the globe Red Rose is readying himself for two other major releases in the form of an official mixtape and an EP that will be made available by the end of the year. He is also promoting two other singles that were released earlier in the year titled Na Na Na (Lovers Play) and International Reality alongside reggae powerhouse Anthony B and well known rapper Scantana.
“There are only a few months left in the year but I still have a whole lot of work to be done. After I drop the new single Busy Tonight, I am looking to release my EP and mixtape, so the work never stops. In addition I am working on the promotional campaign for all three songs because I believe they have international potential,” expressed Red Rose.
Red Rose is also elated to announce that, he will be working alongside Bassie from the group T.O.K. for an upcoming project by the dynamic duo, Sly and Robbie.
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