Anthony Hamilton already trained his vocal chords at a young age, by singing in the church choir, but he remained the best-kept secret of R&B for a long time. His career got a boost when D'Angelo brought him along as a backing vocalist. In 2002 a breakthrough followed with a guest role in the song Po’ Folks by hip hop formation Nappy Roots. Since that time he has scored a mega hit with Charlene and sold over 20 million albums. The Grammy winner from North Carolina keeps pouring out his southern soul in all his songs, as is the case on his latest album: What I’m Feelin’. According to Vibe.com Hamilton's powerful, soulful voice can ‘take you to church any given day of the week.’ We can only respond to this with the title of his most recent single: Amen.