LONDON, UK (Top40 Charts/ Mark Morrison
Official Website) - Multi-platinum singer/songwriter Mark Morrison
returns this summer, with B'DAY, a 2010 funk-infected anthem, the first leak from the upcoming release of his hugely anticipated new album, 'I Am What I Am.'
His breakthrough single Return of the Mack became a top ten hit around the world in 1996, paving the way for four more top ten hits; Crazy, Trippin', Horny and Moan and Groan, making him the first artist in British pop history to have five Top-10s from their debut album. This cemented his position as one of the most successful British R&B singers of the '90s. A raft of awards followed as Mark was nominated for four Brit Awards, a Mercury Music Prize nomination, an MTV Europe Music Awards nomination and five MOBO Awards nominations, where he took home Best R&B Act.
Mark's last outing was Innocent Man featuring DMX, the lead track from his 2006 album, which also appeared in sample form on Innocent Man (Misunderstood) by Cassidy, reaching No 3 on Billboard's Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart in November 2007.
B'DAY showcases Morrison's distinctive, soulful vocals. The track, which features Warren G, a pioneer for the G-Funk genre, is a fantastic summer R&B/pop crossover anthem.
Mark Morrison feat. Warren G - B'DAY