[LISTEN] Singer & Composer Anthony Flammia Releases ‘See Attached’ Album

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Anthony Flammia See Attached album cover

Anthony Flammia may sound like a new name in music to the untrained and sometimey listener, but the singer and composer is a familiar name in music circles.  He released his first project in 2014 and found independent widespread acclaim with his 2015 album, The Looper.  He’s since collaborated with various artists including Brasstracks, Flatbush Zombies and ScienZe among others. He even produced a number of songs for Tekashi 6ix9ine. In 2019, the singer has released two projects, including the most recent album.  The Anthony Flammia See Attached album is out now.

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The Yonkers bred multi instrumentalist can play keyboard, loop station, bass, guitar, and drums.  He’s been signed to Sounds Music Group [Republic Records] since 2016.  His first release under the label was his Find Love EP, which was released back in August.  The project featured 7 new songs including the song “What You Wanna Do” featuring Kash Doll.

The Anthony Flammia See Attached album spotlights the singer over 10 new tracks.  The lead song for the project is “Pieces,” which was released earlier this year.

Shortly before the album was released, a new single was unveiled titled, “Damn”.

 

Anthony Flammia See Attached album tracklisting

01.  Life Is Good
02.  Damn
03.  Back To You
04.  The Cycle
05.  Let It Go
06.  Nothing Wrong
07.  Don’t Look No Further
08.  Waiting
09.  Pieces
10.  I Miss You

See attached was released on Friday December 20, 2019.

Listen to the Anthony Flammia See Attached album below:


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