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Better Days Ant Clemons, Justin Timberlake 03:18
Wonder Years Noah Cyrus, Ant Clemons 03:18
Section (feat. Kehlani) Ant Clemons, Kehlani 03:39
Scars (feat. Ant Clemons) G-Eazy, Ant Clemons 05:28
June 1st Ant Clemons 01:51
Appreciation Ant Clemons, 2 Chainz, Ty Dolla $ign 03:23
Story of My Life Ant Clemons 02:55
Freak Ant Clemons 03:17
4 Letter Word Ant Clemons, Timbaland 01:53
Better Days Ant Clemons, Justin Timberlake, Kirk Franklin 05:23

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von Nakkia Gold, Ant Clemons

01.12.2022

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Anthony Clemons Jr. (September 26, 1991) is an American R&B singer and performer, who jumped to fame with his effortless falsetto on Kanye West’s “All Mine.” Hailing from Willingboro, New Jersey, Clemons started performing at family events from a very young age and developed an interest in songwriting after his parents’ divorce. In hopes of advancing his music career, he began flying regularly to Los Angeles in 2016 to do some networking in the city’s thriving music industry. There, he connected with songwriter Ryan Toby, who helped Clemons land co-writing credits on Luke James’ 2017 single “Drip.” In 2018, a demo of “All Mine,” a collaboration between Clemons and singer Jeremih, reached the hands of Kanye West and eventually made it into the rapper’s eighth album, Ye. The song peaked at Number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 and exposed the singer to a wider audience, prompting an invitation by West to work on Teyana Taylor’s sophomore effort, K.T.S.E., released that same year. The partnership between Clemons and the Chicago rapper continued on Jesus Is King (2019) and helped the New Jersey native to secure collaborations with top-tier artists such as Beyoncé, Skrillex, and Camila Cabello. Happy 2 Be Here, his official debut, arrived in 2020 and featured guest spots by Ty Dolla $ign, Timbaland, and Pharrell Williams. It also earned a nomination at the 63rd Grammy Awards for Best R&B Album. Clemons ended the year with bang, dropping the Justin Timberlake collaborative track “Better Days,” which entered the Billboard Hot 100 at Number 94, and performing at the inauguration of president Joe Biden in January 2021.