Mark Morrison Drops Self-Directed Music Video Ni**a Ain’t No Good
The King of British R&B, Mark Morrison, releases new self-directed music video, “Ni**a Ain’t No Good,” in preparation of his third album I Am What I Am due this fall.
NANG is a labor of love – a song that pays homage to the charity, REFUGE, which supported his cousin, who was a victim of domestic violence.
Earlier this month, Morrison featured on Trae Tha Truth’s “I’m On 2.0” alongside Big K.R.I.T., Jadakiss, J. Cole. Kendrick Lamar, B.O.B, Tyga, Gudda Gudda, and Bun B. The all-star music video landed MTV’s Jam of the Week.
Mark Morrison was the most successful British R&B singer of the mid-90s and was the first black male solo artist to reach number one in the ’90s. His breakthrough single “Return Of The Mack” became a Top-10 hit world wide in 1996, and opened the US market for him the following year, where it reached number two, and stayed on the Billboard charts for an incredible 41 weeks. His debut album, also titled Return Of The Mack followed, and became a multi-platinum success, selling three million albums world wide. Further singles “Crazy (Remix),” “Trippin,” “Horny” and “Moan & Groan” would all reach the UK Top-10, making him the first artist in British pop history to have five Top-10s from their debut album.
In 2006, Morrison returned with an independent release, “Innocent Man” featuring DMX.
One of the most talked about artists who single-handedly pioneered the UK R&B movement of the ’90’s is now back to reclaim his title. With a new album under his belt and ready to go, and his first world wide tour in motion – The Mack is BACK! .
NANG official music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5-wASKtyr0
And I Am What I Am official video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLA9rCu2sUc