“Return of the Mack” hitmaker Mark Morrison highlights the harmful psychical blows of relationship on “Ni**a Ain’t No Good.” The music video, directed by Morrison, was inspired by his female cousin, who suffered due to domestic violence.
The British singer is preparing his third album ‘I Am What I Am,’ featuring collaborations with Trae Tha Truth, Trina, DMX and Crooked I of Slaughterhouse.
Mark Morrison was the most successful British R&B singer of the mid-90s. His breakthrough single, “Return of the Mack” reached Number 1 in the UK, and became a Top 10 hit worldwide in 1996. It opened the US market for him the following year, where it reached Number 2, and stayed on the Billboard charts for an incredible 41 weeks, appearing on Billboard’s Top 100 Singles of the Decade chart by the end of 1999. The album, also titled Return of the Mack, was certified platinum by both BPI and RIAA, selling over 3 million copies worldwide, and would make Morrison the first artist in British pop history to have five Top 10 singles from a debut album.
Album: I Am What I Am
Label: MackLife Records