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Josh Xantus Is Golden

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Josh Xantus, which means golden in Greek, had already captured the eyes, and ears of artist such as: Swizz Beatz, Jerry “Wonder” Duplessis, Stevie Wonder, and Birdman from Cash Money. “Continue to carry out the legacy of being a musician that represents real music,” is what Stevie Wonder told the Julliard, and Five Towns College Alumni – up and coming Singer-Songwriter. Born to Haitian parents in Brooklyn, New York, and later moving to Queens following the separation of his mother and father. Josh mother, a violinist, also had a passion for music, “My mother wanted all her children to play the piano, so she gave us all pianos”. At just the age of six, Josh started playing the classical piano.
Mastering classics like; Mozart, Bach, and Beethoven. But it wasn’t until Brian McKnight’s 1997 hit, “Anytime,” that changed Josh’s music, from that point he knew he wanted to write a song. That was the first song he connected with.
Josh has been very successful with major hits like his first single “Let’s Ride”, Feat Jadakiss, following two other smash hits “First Time”, and “Smoking and Drinking”. He was the first artist signed to M USA Entertainment in 2011, and has performed opening acts for Fabolous, Busta Rhymes, and Ne-Yo. Taking action in his business artistry, he landed an administration deal with Downtown Publishing. Josh is reinventing his sound with his partner Claude “Qou” Forbes, who is known for working with artist like Trey Songz, and the late Michael Jackson . R&B is in his roots, but he is drying the rigid confines of labels to explore new horizons, which is in the upcoming Back to Basics and will be released early 2016.Be on the lookout for a nationwide tour, an EP, and collaborations. Until then check him out here:

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