TinE'eazy
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TinE'eazy

Dallas, TX | Established. Jan 01, 2008 | SELF

Dallas, TX | SELF
Established on Jan, 2008
Solo Hip Hop R&B

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May 12, 2010
AnnMarie Fox is a recording artist I had the pleasure of working with these past few months. She has an amazing voice and a beautiful personality. Another added bonus… she is a great dancer.

You can check out AnnMarie music, HERE and pls join her facebook fan page, HERE. I see her going places…and I look forward to her continued success.

Below are some images from a photoshoot we did last month, and pictures from her performance at Allure in Charlotte, NC, this past weekend. I also included a video below of her performance.

All Makeup by Pink Diamonds by TL; Musical talent by AnnMarie, lol: - Tiwa Lawrence of Pink Diamond


Lance Martin Herald Senior Staff Writer

TODD WETHERINGTON | DAILY HERALD Raleigh native AnnMarie Fox performs a self-penned number during Saturday's Juneteenth celebration at Andrew Jackson Elementary in Halifax.


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HALIFAX - At the site of the signing of the first declaration of independence from British rule, a small group of people assembled in Historic Halifax to observe another Independence Day.

Saturday was the first Juneteenth Freedom Celebration to be held in Halifax County, said event planner Beverly Underdue.

Also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, Juneteenth originated in Galveston, Texas, and it has been an official holiday in the state, celebrated on June 19.

Juneteenth commemorates June 19, 1865, the day Union General Gordon Granger and 2,000 federal troops arrived on Galveston Island to take possession of the state and enforce the emancipation of its slaves.

Thirteen other states list it as an official holiday, including New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Alaska and California, where Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger proclaimed June 19 “Juneteenth” on June 19, 2005.

However, some of these states, such as Connecticut, do not consider it a legal holiday and do not close government offices in observance of the occasion.

Underdue said the celebration will be an annual one in the area and there is already a movement afoot to get it approved as a recognized holiday in North Carolina.

The local event was sponsored by GIMSTONE - God Inspired Mentors Striving to Optimize Neighborhood Education - of which Underdue is vice president.

Saturday's celebration featured singers and orators from around the area and from far away as Raleigh.

Underdue said it is important to understand the significance of the holiday, especially in terms of today's troubles.

“Freedom is something to be cherished,” she said. “Freedom is not free. It's just like the young people fighting in Iraq.”
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Given Name: Carlus Anders
Stage Name: TinE'eazy
Date of Birth: April 26, 1984
Hometown: Dallas, Texas
Label: TinE'eazy Music.

Since childhood, TinE'eazy always had a passion for music. Singing to almost every song on the radio, the Texas native was an avid fan of R&B sensation Tony Terry. It was this connection to music that stuck with him as he grew older and help develop his diverse harmonic style; a blend of hip hop and R&B. Raised by his Grandfather who took on a parental role in his life as a father, and who would always call him tiny because he was the smallest of two other brothers; he grew to accept the comment and eventually Tiny, became his childhood nickname that he would go on to use as an artist in the rap game.

By the age of 16, TinE was recording songs over cassette tapes in a garage which helped perfect his skills as an artist. As time progressed he'd gotten accustomed to making music on a regular that it became EAZY. And because of his ability to convey words so eloquently in songs, everyone in his home town of Dallas would tell him, he have the "juice now". A reference to having a natural gift to do music.

After years of perfecting his rapping skills to deliver the best quality of music he could to his friends and family, TinE’eazy started releasing mixtapes to share over the Internet. It was during this time he would make a name for himself as an underground artists, with the 2010 hit single “Calling All Dimes” featuring Rude Boy Joe.  Collaborations with other artists such as Lil Keke, Zay Tha Brick Boy, Dorrough, and Inayah; as well as talented producers DMusiq, and E-2-DA-G, have created a catalog of music that has delivered potential hit song after another. 

​With the opportunity to express himself, and tell his life's story to the world with great delivery and nice melodic tunes, it's never predictable when listening to TinE'eazy, an artist who enjoys creating music; and loves to sing and rap on his songs.