R&B Singer Mario and Germany's DJT.O's collaboration, "Tell You Now," gets a groovy makeover courtesy of producer TyRo, who made it his mission to give the song new life.
Back in May, Mario dropped his RnBass single "I Need More," now he's back with the cinematic visual. The clip begins when the singer is taken out the back of a van, hands tied behind his back by men with gas masks on.
Last night (July 28), R&B crooner Mario appeared on “Greatest Hits” on ABC to perform his 2004 hit "Let Me Love You." Actress/singer Zendaya joined him for a male-female duet version of the song that would make a great official remix.
He starts off with a rap-like flow, then he shows he still has the vocal chops, hitting falsettos to all kinds of heights towards the end.
Mario is back with a new single from his upcoming album, Never 2 Late, called "Forever," featuring MMG's Rick Ross. On the song, produced by Scott Storch, Mario vows to be faithful to his girl for an eternity.
Late last month, Mario previewed his brand new single, âFireball,â and now the full-length version have leaked for your listening pleasures.
After taking time off to get his creative direction right and business in check, Grammy-nominated artist Mario is making his return to the spotlight. His re-entry into the music world will come with a special gift...
Mario is fiending for an addictive freakfest on âL.S.D. (Love, Sex & Drugs),â the third single from his upcoming album 'Evolve', which follows the respective singles âSomebody Elseâ ft. Nicki Minaj and âFatal Distraction.â
During our quick chat, the R&B crooner, who released his last album, D.N.A., in 2009, opened up about his upcoming fifth studio effort, creating a new sound, his collaboration list, and more.
On the emotionally-charged ballad, the R&B crooner lays his feeling on the line for a special lady, but the catch is, she's his friend's lady.