Union Avenue Ent Puts on Lights and Cameras for “ACTION”Posted by: Scott / Category: Artists
Action born Athony Felder, career started on the road as an opening act for artists such as Redman, Method Man, Erick Sermon, and numerous others. Making it as a successful MC at a young age, Action eyes and dreams were set on Universal, long before Cash Money and Nelly. A twist of fate occurred when the artist (at the time known as), “Young Action” was in a car accident. He was hospitalized and restricted from doing music for 18 months. With a double twist of fate, his first album release ’Action 2000′ still managed to sell 30,000 units.
After spending 6 more months in the studio, Action was preparing to close a deal in February 2001, but on January 3, those dreams were shattered by gunfire. Action was shot and paralyzed for five months, but, by mid 2003, he finally returned to the road, performing and opening shows for Lil Kim, Shyne, Ja ‘Rule, and Limp Bizkit. Action returned to the studio this time with Union Avenue Entertainment. He’s been making hits ever since. It’s been a long road, but if you’ve been looking for Hip Hop look for Action and his featured hit,”Yes Sir” on The Global Attack Mixtape Series.
Global Attack MixTape is the first mix tape series to bring urban music together from around the globe on one project – from both successful and up-and-coming artists. For more information, visit www.GlobalAttackMixTapes.com or stay tuned in the music news.
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