Who is Tony “T76” White?
An artist individual that works daily to express himself in the shape of down home “Southern Soul Music” at its purest. A charismatic young man, with more to give his audience than even he realizes. At first glance, this musical prodigy may seem as your average Joe, that works a nine to five to take care of his family, but, don’t let the cool façade fool you. Because he is truly musical magic. He writes, arranges, produces, sings and can even rap a little, freestyle that is. Born into a family of multi-talented singers and musicians, Tony began playing the piano (by ear) at the tender of age 4 and playing the drums by seven. Beginning his career at a very early age and becoming the minister of music at his church as a teen, Tony has spent his entire life cultivating his craft and creating his own unique style truly showing the world that he is wise beyond his years, as is evident in every cut on his forth coming debut album. For the past 5 years, “T76” has been diligently working and preparing for “a time such as this” and the fruits of his labor are finally coming to fruition in the form of “STREET LOVE”, his highly anticipated first release.
“T76” is not just another lab created jewel nor another “diamond in the ruff” that has been developed in southern sound, slang and culture, but a vast treasure of heart wrenching emotion infused with soul- capturing harmonies that have been refined like pure gold over a refiners fire.
After what seems like a lifetime of continuous preparation, “T76” is finally ready to take to world on a melodic ride down I-95 into a melting pot of music. Providing an eclectic blend of musical styles that simultaneously infuse together to stir and soothe the soul as do the “smells coming from Grandma’s Kitchen”. Led by his production team 33 and a 3rd “T76” has a sound that has evolved over five years into a full time line of music history.
His sound seamlessly flows from down home grooves inspired by James Brown to inner city jams evoked by Roy Ayers. Many compare him vocally to a young Al Green, while others insist on a resemblance to D’Angelo or Musiq SoulChild.
With no formal music training, “T76”’s unbelievable piano and vocal skills are years beyond his age, setting him up to become a catalyst in the music revolution; a trendsetter of sound for years to become.