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International Reggae Star Anthony Malvo

Anthony Malvo was born on January 4th in Kingston, Jamaica.  He began his singing career in the early 1980s in Kingston on the Legendary “Black Star Sound System.”  Malvo later moved on to perform and record with the “King Jimmy’s Recording Studio.”   Anthony Malvo featuring Tiger recorded his first number one hit single entitled, “Come Back to Me” on the Winston Riley label, Techniques. Malvo continued with numerous hit songs like “Can You Stop the Rain,” “Ready or Not,”  “Sensi” featuring Josie Wales, “Greatest Gal Lover,” and “Jump and Spread Out” both featured Daddy Lizard.  “Jump and Spread Out” made the American Billboard chart back in the 1980s, which lead Malvo and Daddy Lizard to perform in the legendary Apollo Theater in New York City.
In the early 1990s, Anthony Malvo teamed up singer Anthony Red Rose and started their own music production label named after Anthony Malvo’s hit song produced by Sly and Robbie on the Taxi label, entitled, “How Yu Fi Say Dat.”  Together Malvo and Redrose recorded and produced the first number one hit song for Beenie Man, entitled, “Wicked Man.”  The hits continued with a series of number one hit singles like, “Report to We” featuring Sean Paul, “Quarter to Twelve,” featuring Simpleton, “Bag Juice on Base,” featuring Fabby Dolly, “Dun Wife,” featuring Cobra “Antichrist,” featuring Captain Barky, “Guns and Roses,” featuring Bounty Killa, Malvo and Redrose, “Die without you,” featuring Capleton, Brian and Tony Gold.
In 1999, Malvo decided to launch his own production and recording career. He started the label, “Real Music Production.”  The first single he produced was “My Heart Belongs to you,” featuring himself. He continued to produce artists like Capleton and Glen Washington on the “Identify ” rhythm. The songs were placed on Capleton’s VP Records Grammy nominee album, “Still Blazing” entitled “Jah is Going to Work it Out.”  Anthony Malvo also recorded and produced Junior Kelly, Dawn Penn, and Admiral Baily on the same rhythm “Identify.”
In 2002 to 2003, Malvo produced and recorded another hit rhythm entitled, “Ballistic Affair.”  The “Ballistic Affair” rhythm included the chart topping hit song entitled “Ballistic Affair” with Leroy Smart featuring Bounty Killa.  The album also featured artists, like Buju Banton, Sizzla, Warrior King, Shine Head, Anthony B, Bush Man, and Wayne Wonder.  In addition, Malvo along with Capleton recorded, “One Day Rude Boy.”  The video was featured on the Jamaica top-ten video charts.
Additionally, in 2003 to 2004, Malvo released a compilation of hits that were the foundation of his singing career, entitled “The Best of Anthony Malvo, Eighties and Nineties.”  The album was released through VP Records.  Later in 2004, Malvo released a rhythm compilation LP/CD entitled, “Hot Gyal” on the “Real Music Production” label in collaboration with VP Records as part of their Riddim Driven series. The “Hot Gyal” rhythm featured artists like Brian and Tony Gold,  featuring Bounty Killer, Anthony Malvo featuring Capleton, Sizzla, featuring Gigsy King, Mr. Lex, Vybes Kartel, Anthony B, Wayne Wonder, Daville, Lukie D, Round Head, and others.
In 2006 Anthony Malvo released the “Sit Dun Pon it” rhythm featuring artist like Anthony Malvo and Capleton, Pinchers and Vybes Kartel, Luciano, Blessed, Shinehead, Anthony B, and many more. Anthony Malvo released “Ungrateful” in 2009 with a video featuring himself.  In 2010, Anthony Malvo released his lovers’ rock song, entitled “Spoil fi mi woman” and in 2011, he released “Bad Minded People,” and “Cyaan Draw wi out,” featuring Sizzla.
Anthony Malvo performed in Boston, Massachusetts in October 2011, for the American Cancer Society and received an award for his support and musical contribution in Reggae Music.  Additionally, in November 2011, in Bridgeport Connecticut, Anthony Malvo, also received a “Lifetime Achievement Award” for his 30-years contribution to Reggae music.  Anthony Malvo’s history in the Reggae music industry has been rich and impeccable.  Malvo’s experience has provided him opportunities to work with countless singers, musicians, and performances on many tours in North America, Europe, and the Caribbean.
On June 4, 2013, Anthony Malvo released his album, entitled “Stronger,” which consist of 17 magnificent tracks.  The album highlighted Malvo’s collaboration with various artists, such as Sizzla, Capleton, Determine, and Delly Ranks.  The album is sold on ITunes and featured two significant hits, “Hot Outa Street” and “Perhaps.
Anthony Malvo continues to remain consistent and current in Reggae music.  In 2015 he performed on Best of the Best and toured on numerous shows with a variety of artists.  He also did a series of cover’s, including. “All of me” by John Legend and “I’m Not the Only One.” by Sam Smith.  These two covers were successful and was named number one various reggae charts in the United States and England.  Malvo, continues to record and produce.  He has mentored and produced songs for his daughter Tiffanie Malvo.  Nevertheless, he has released a number of new music featuring himself, like “So High,” “Nice to Know You” featuring Delly Ranx, “Giggle Pon This,” also featuring Delly Ranx, and his big Lovers Rock song on the Love Child Riddim, “I’ve Been Waiting For.”  Additionally, in 2016 Malvo has reproduced and released “Ballistic Affair,” and the album is sold on ITunes.


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