,’ but I went into it knowing that I had to create an album that had even more of me in it. If I want to put my time, hard work and effort into an album, I want to make sure it’s all me.” “Go,” while well received with critics, did not match up to its predecessor (2004’s “Turning Point”). Failing to attain the same level of success, after a number of setbacks and release date changes, Mario says the troubled album made him want success more. “It made me hungry – made me want it more,” he tells the Baltimore Sun. With his new album, in stores this week, Mario is more “intimate” and personal than he’s ever been before. In fact, the singer says this album is indicative of personal growth. Titled “D.N.A.,” Mario’s new album features collaborations with Sean Garrett, Gucci Mane and Big Sean. It also features production from Bangladesh and the hit single “Break Up”. “D.N.A.” is in stores today, Tuesday, October 13.
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