Anthony Lucius Is One of This Year's STL 77

The RFT honors the musical acts we love in St. Louis in 2017

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PHOTO CREDIT: IKEZERO (IDRIS WEEKLY)​
  • Photo Credit: IkeZero (Idris Weekly)​
This year ​the RFT recognizes ​St. Louis' ​stellar music scene by presenting the STL 77, ​our list of 77 acts who did big things in the last twelve months. From now through June 17, the date of our huge annual music festival ShowcaseSTL, we'll be announcing two ​honorees per weekday on our music blog. For more information on STL 77, as well as the complete lineup for ShowcaseSTL, go here.

Metro East native Anthony Lucius Walker Jr. has been making music in some capacity since his days as a student at O’Fallon Township High School, but it wasn’t until a few years after his 2011 graduation that Walker decided to get serious about it. Five years, a few abandoned monikers and a move to Columbia and back later, the rapper/producer released his 2016 debut under the name Anthony Lucius, entitled Please Do Not Feed the Rappers. This year, he demonstrated the continuing development of his assertive — though often soft-spoken — style with Welcome to St. Lucius, released April 21, and preceded by a Louis Quatorze-produced video for the album’s first single, “Bridge.”



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Official Website: http://anthonylucius.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anthonylucius618
Bandcamp: https://anthonylucius.bandcamp.com
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/anthonylucius


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