Tatura’s Anthony Lucas has officially wrapped up five successful shows in his home area of the Goulburn Valley, which saw him launch his EP, Nothing To Lose.
The singer who recently returned from the United States after collaborating with Indasoul Records, has been performing across the Goulburn Valley for the past month.
Five successful shows were put on at different venues in the towns of Tatura, Mulwala, Rushworth and Shepparton, which scored two shows. All performances saw many attend and support the local boy turned LA pop star, with many snapping selfies and buying his music.
Talks between the Australian superstar and his label have been under way, with plans to build his career in the US, Europe and Asia being a main focus.
Last week, executive producer Marc Williams flew to Melbourne from Los Angeles to catch up with Lucas and began talks for next year’s plans, which will include Lucas’ return to the US and releasing more music.
Former RCA rap artist, Williams, said he was confident for what lies ahead with the Australian pop artist, saying he has been ‘‘overjoyed’’ with the response from Lucas’ new song.
The 18-year-old who is currently sitting in the Top 10 (Number 7) on the Reverberation Charts has had his music heard on radio and television, across the world, and has gained thousands of streams on digital markets, such as Spotify and Apple Music.
In the new year, Lucas who will then be 19, will release his latest track to the Nothing To Lose EP, titled Locked On You. His executive producer has said the singer’s latest track is full of excitement and something nobody has seen from the Aussie singer before. Lucas is also looking forward to its release.
Next year is looking hopeful for the talented singer, with many projects scheduled on home soil and overseas, and will include performing, recording and participating in films and commercials.
And while plans are looking hopeful for the future of his performing, so too are his plans (now) as a producer, with Lucas announcing on Tuesday night through Facebook and Twitter that he is now a ‘‘qualified producer’’, after completing Certificate III in Technical Production.