Anthony Flammia New Release “Pieces” Shows Insight Into A Man Who Cares Deeply About People And Artistry

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Anthony Flammia Releases New Music And Talks To Bossip About His Career

Anthony Flammia is a respectful person. Within the first few seconds of speaking to him it is clear that his parents raised him properly, with empathy and sincerity.

Those qualities are practically tangible when you hear his music especially his new joint “Pieces”

BOSSIP was fortunate enough to speak to Anthony recently and we weren’t surprised to learn that being a person who wants to help people has been in his favor as an up-and-coming artist who would also need help to achieve his dream.

Flamm, as he’s called by friends and family, tells us the story of a friend-turned-manager who literally provided him every single thing he would need to make music and get it out to the world.

One day after it became clear that Anthony was dead serious about his craft, Solomon Sounds revealed that he had purchased a full studio setup and a place to live so that they could take a ride to success together. We damn near shed a tear listening to Anthony explain his emotions.

From being a college hooper, to serenading young women to woo them, to becoming a signed artist to Sounds Music Group and Republic Records, Anthony Flammia is a name you need to know and an artist whose music you need in your phone.

Flamm’s rise to fame started where many artists careers begin these days, on the internet. A 6 second Vine clip changed his life forever. “So Real” was just a little freestyle riff that the singer posted to his page and before he knew it, there were thousands of people online doing what was essentially the “So Real Challenge”. People were recording themselves singing the song to their sons, daughters, cats, dogs, mailmen, any and everyone.

While that might seem like a blessing, and in a sense it is, it can also be a curse. How do you make a full hit song off of a 6 second snippet and how do you make it feel so real, no pun intended, that people take you seriously? Anthony found a way to do just that and since then there has been no looking back. Much of the time we spent talking to Anthony it was apparent that he feels strongly about his music being a tool to help people confront their emotions and find peace. From what we’ve heard thus far, his on the right path to doing that for a very long time.

We’ll definitely be watching young Anthony Flammia and we highly suggest you do the same!

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