December 19, 2011

Anthony Hamilton Talks Black Love on his 'Back to Love' Album




Anthony Hamilton new album 'Back to Love's pairs him with the likes of Keri Hilson, and producer Babyface throughout the album. Listening reminds one of the soulful sounds of Teddy Pendergrass, Bill Withers, and Donny Hathaway. As a matter of fact you could pick any great soul singer from the 60's and 70's (Otis Redding, Bobby Womack, Curtis Mayfield, Al Green to name a few) and you hear them in Anthony Hamilton's music.

You can take a listen to the album at NPR First Listen. However one track is missing from the site and from the the standard download. You should pick up the Deluxe version of 'Back to Love' for the funky and engaging track "More Than Enough" as an added bonus to this album.

With the release of a soulful and rich album on the topic of love comes the responsibility of becoming a relationship guru/expert. So recently Rolling Out Magazine caught up with Anthony Hamilton and he discussed the misconceptions of ‘black love’ and what black women need to know about black men.

Here's one of the questions:

What is the one thing that you wish black women understood about black men?


I wish they would understood that we love the subtle, soft-spoken woman a lot more than the aggressive attitude. Because once you adopt that attitude you tend to use it and you use it not for good anymore, it becomes an unbalance. We love the soft side of a sister. We love the soft side of a woman, the submissive side. A man has to make you comfortable enough to show that side so you don’t have to be so defensive; so it’s a two way street. Read more...

Anthony's Hamilton interviews with Egypt on WBLS.

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