Mark Morrison released one of the world’s most celebrated dancefloor singles “Return of the Mack” that has been played everywhere for almost two decades.
The British artist looks set to be topping Urban AC radio airwaves once again with a new single, an electro-ballad titled, “N.A.N.G. 2.0” from his upcoming album I Am What I Am.
An artist that has one of the most unique voices has delivered another hit in the form of a jam that’s slower and more sensual than “Return of the Mack”, a lightly synthesized heartbreak song that focuses on the singer’s cousin’s abusive relationship. He croons effortlessly and intelligently over electro-R&B fused beats that pull you in from jump, and keep you vibing in a hypnosis state, with the perfect combination of feel-good soundscapes and uplifting lyricism courtesy of Crooked I, a rapper in Eminem’s Shady Records crew Slaughterhouse.
“N.A.N.G. 2.0” doesn’t stray from what Mark’s fans will expect of him, but it does include a smoother sound that is sure to draw in new ones.