Songwriter Jordan Omley of The Jam (Brandy, Leona Lewis, Shontelle, and more) works on a track with Neo Da Matrix.
Archive for May 26th, 2009
Here is another Bobby V record, produced by Dre & Vidal. It is actually the same song titled, “Average Chick”, that leaked by Mario. I wonder who cut it first. Check out Bobby’s version below.
(Prod. by Dre & Vidal)
Here is a brand new track from up and comer London. It is titled, “Morning After”. This sounds just like The-Dream, and “Bed”. What do you think? Check it out. London’s debut album, Man Of My Word, is on the way.
When Mario went in the studio to record his next album he had an epiphany – why break up when things are good?
“I’ve never broken your heart. I’m pretty much a good man to you. I’m real with you. I’m good to you. I take care of you when you need to be taken care of and when you want to be taken care of, so why would you want to break up and you’ll have to do the same thing with somebody else?,” Mario told Singersroom.
“It’s true in a lot of ways not just for me (but) for a lot of my friends”.
So just what is Mario talking about ? …
The former “Let Me Love You” singer says his next album “And Then There Was Me” is about a new movement and new direction — starting with the lead single “Break Up”.
“It’s written in a very different way than I would usually sing or perform… It’s written from a male perspective. It’s not your normal “baby please don’t break up with me, I know I did wrong I want to do right now”.
Even though the record might sound sappy at first, the cut is actually laced for the club with assistance from Sean Garrett and Gucci Mane.
“I wanted to go to the club and be able to hear my music playing, because you know they don’t play mid tempo or slow records/slow jams in the club unless it’s like the end of the night or whatever. But this is a record that you can play in the club.”
Watch out for Mario’s new album “And Then There Was Me” coming soon.
Here is the newest track in the Ne-Yo unreleased music series, brought to you by the fine folks at wheredoalltheserecordskeepcomingfrom.com. This record is titled, “Lincoln Continental”, produced by Stargate.
(Prod. by Stargate)
Here is a new track from One Chance. It is titled, “I Can’t Help It”. The four member group recently signed with Young Jeezy’s record label, CTE / Island Def Jam, after the falling out with Ushers, US Records. Their now self-titled debut album is slated for late this year or early next with a single rumored to be dropping this summer.
Here is a hot new track from Taio Cruz. It is actually a remake of the record “Everybody’s Changing” by Keane. Check it out.