Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Loudini Interviews Rahn Anthoni

Urban music dance artist Rahn Anthoni crafts hot hip-hop with an R&B flow that hints at roots in gospel flavors. In fact, says Anthoni, “I come from a gospel music background.” His history with inspirational music has helped him develop a positive relationship with the world of song. Music brings him to a high plateau and sheds the day-to-day strife from his life.  Anthoni sang back- up for The Song Bird Of The South "Dottie People's".  Anthoni got his first T.V.break when he host Starpower on The BET Network!  

Rahn Anthoni signed with Tate Music Group releasing his single, "Hold On" which gave a lot of his listeners the encouragement to Hold On to life. His listeners get a healthy dose of this musical breeze via Anthoni’s master craftsmanship. Anthoni has also been in movies and made a cameo appearence in Good Deed as Rashad. Having his own talk show, "The Rahn Anthoni Show" has reaches over 1 millions views on Eotm Tv. After loosing his special needs son to abuse allegedly by his son's teacher, Anthoni has become an advocate for special need kids. The Aaron Hatcher Awards, is given every year in honor of his late son Aaron Hatcher at the Eotm Awards in Los Angeles.  Anthoni suffered a heart attack and had open heart sugery after he lost his special need son.

In 2014 Anthoni covered The 46th Annual Oscars Red Carpet for Eotm Media Group. Dance Music was where Rahn Anthoni started with Beware Records. Tolga Katas who produced Stevie B,  produced a hit song for Rahn called, "Give Your Love To Me", Now with Emergence Records Rahn Anthoni  will be tearing up the charts with his high energy music spreading the love he carings in his soul. Anthoni is CEO of Wmqg 106.5 FM, the number #1 internet radio station where he's giving back to the Old Skool music.  

“Music makes me feel free from all my problems that I have each day,” he says, and he is glad to pass the feeling along to fans. “It gives me a getaway and expresses love to all my listeners – including myself.”

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