Anthony Hamilton, American R&B singer-songwriter & record producer. He is known for his soulful hits Comin' from Where I'm From, Charlene, Can't Let Go, Sista Big Bones, & The Point of It All. He also made a cameo in the film American Gangster, for whose soundtrack he contributed. He has sang on many other artists' songs, including Nappy Roots' Po' Folks, Jadakiss' Why, Jill Scott's So In Love, & Al Green's You've Got The Love I Need. He has won a Grammy, BET Award & 2 Vibe Music Awards.
"If you catch me dreaming, please don't wake me till I'm done... Just leave me sleeping until the morning comes." 'Pass Me Over' is a message of comfort from a deceased to his loved ones reassuring them that they shall meet when the Saviour comes.
Anthony Hamilton "Charlene": I have to be in the mood to listen to a song like this, but it's R&B in its finest (and saddest) hour! (Check out Shamontiel's interview with Anthony Hamilton here: http://www.shamontiel.com/other-publications.html)
A commentary on "Django Unchained", the new 2012 film by Quentin Tarantino. The song is used during a flashback sequence. What do you think of the music in the film? Did you like the film? The movie stars Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington, and Samuel L. Jackson.