Anthony Jones (Tone)
Anthony M. Jones, professionally known as Tone, is an American producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from Pittsburgh, PA. Based in LA, Anthony is a versatile multi-genre musician and producer, known for his remarkable temperament in the studio.
Tone got an early start in the emerging Pittsburgh music scene, signing his first deal at the bright age of 15. Around the same time, household names like Mac Miller and Wiz Khalifa also started to come up in Pittsburgh, which Tone sites as a source of interest and inspiration for his own pursuit of music as a career.
Anthony co-produced the track “Make Believe” on Juice Wrld’s 2019 album Death Race for Love, which was Grammy nominated for Best Rap Album. He also co-produced Ariana Grande’s platinum record “Boyfriend” feat. Social House, which was Grammy nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. “Boyfriend” also hit the Top 10 on both Top 40 radio charts, and the Billboard Hot 100. Recent 2020 releases have been “Honeymoon Fades” by Sabrina Carpenter and “You Can’t Hold My Heart” by Monsta X which is currently charting on top 40 radio. He has other upcoming releases with Pink Sweat$, Sabrina Carpenter, Jeremih, Carlie Hanson, and Jason Derulo, to name a few.