Tony Sunshine

Location:
BRONX, US
Type:
Artist / Band / Musician
Genre:
R&B
Tony Sunshine (born April 23rd, 1977 in the Bronx, New York) is an R&B singer of Puerto Rican descent, famous for singing on a large amount of Terror Squad songs. Raised in the Bronx, Tony was taken in at the age of 13 by Fat Joe (then known as Joey Crack) and Big Pun, who attempted to secure a recording contract for the teen. He took the name Tony Sunshine, and eventually became a member of the Terror Squad. In 2000, mentor Big Pun died suddenly of a heart attack, after which point Tony and Fat Joe began recording together in earnest. He sang on tracks such as Cuban Link's Still Telling Lies, Fat Joe's All I Need and Big Pun's 100%, Laughin at you and My D*ck. He released his own single on Jive Records titled: "Oh My God" featuring P. Diddy and Dirtbag in 2004. Tony has collaborated with R. Kelly, Ginuwine, Fabolous and Capone-N-Noreaga. Terror Squad's debut album entitled 'Terror Squad' was released in 1999, Tony Sunshine appears on several songs on that album also. Fat Joe was able to finalize a record deal for Tony in 2005 with Epic and Sony BMG. Tony Sunshine was released from Sony BMG in May, 2006 and was signed to Urban Box Office. In November 2006, UBO folded, leaving the future of Tony Sunshine's 2007 debut release uncertain. Tony released She's Like The Wind, that featured fellow New York artist Lumidee, there is an English version and a Spanglish version. The song was number one across the globe for several weeks. Tony Sunshine parted ways with the Terror Squad in June of 2008 to set his own trend in the music industry. "I wish nothing but the best for Fat Joe and the rest of the Terror Squad" says Tony."
Tony Sunshine (born April 23rd, 1977 in the Bronx, New York) is an R&B singer of Puerto Rican descent, famous for singing on a large amount of Terror Squad songs. Raised in the Bronx, Tony was taken in at the age of 13 by Fat Joe (then known as Joey Crack) and Big Pun, who attempted to secure a recording contract for the teen. He took the name Tony Sunshine, and eventually became a member of the Terror Squad. In 2000, mentor Big Pun died suddenly of a heart attack, after which point Tony and Fat Joe began recording together in earnest. He sang on tracks such as Cuban Link's Still Telling Lies, Fat Joe's All I Need and Big Pun's 100%, Laughin at you and My D*ck. He released his own single on Jive Records titled: "Oh My God" featuring P. Diddy and Dirtbag in 2004. Tony has collaborated with R. Kelly, Ginuwine, Fabolous and Capone-N-Noreaga. Terror Squad's debut album entitled 'Terror Squad' was released in 1999, Tony Sunshine appears on several songs on that album also. Fat Joe was able to finalize a record deal for Tony in 2005 with Epic and Sony BMG. Tony Sunshine was released from Sony BMG in May, 2006 and was signed to Urban Box Office. In November 2006, UBO folded, leaving the future of Tony Sunshine's 2007 debut release uncertain. Tony released She's Like The Wind, that featured fellow New York artist Lumidee, there is an English version and a Spanglish version. The song was number one across the globe for several weeks. Tony Sunshine parted ways with the Terror Squad in June of 2008 to set his own trend in the music industry. "I wish nothing but the best for Fat Joe and the rest of the Terror Squad" says Tony.
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