Anita Antoinette Fearon, born August 4, 1989, is a Jamaican-American reggae singer-songwriter. Antoinette is best known for her appearance on NBC's reality TV singing competition The Voice Season 3 in which she was eliminated from the Blinds Audition and her reappearance on Season 7 as part of Gwen Stefani's team placing tenth in the competition. Anita Antoinette Fearon was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and is the daughter of reggae icon Clinton Fearon. Her father was co-founder, bass player and singer in revered roots-reggae band The Gladiators. She spent the early years of her childhood in the community of Duhaney Park and attended the George Headley Primary School in Jamaica. Antoinette migrated to the United States in 1996, where she settled first in South Boston and then New Britain, Connecticut with her mother, brothers, and sister. A self-taught singer and guitarist, Anita began writing her own music as a teenager, inspired both by her father and by other legends such as Bob Marley. She graduated from the prestigious Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts in 2008, and was accepted to the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, from which she holds a Bachelor's degree in Professional Music with a concentration in Music Business and Songwriting. During High School, Anita performed on stages throughout New England, the Northeast and the Pacific Northwest. In 2008, she appeared at the Library of Congress in Washington DC performing material from The Real Ambassado...
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