Grammy Award®-nominated singer, songwriter, performer, actor, and all-around entertainer MACK WILDS returns with his brand new single, “Love In The 90z.” The song is available at all digital retailers today through Louder Than Life/Epic Records.
For “Love In The 90z,” the artist assembled a certified “bomb” squad of legendary production talents with immortal influence. This dream team includes Salaam Remi [Nas, Amy Winehouse], Teddy Riley [Michael Jackson, Keith Sweat], Scott Storch [Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg], and James Poyser [The Roots, Mariah Carey, D’Angelo, Erykah Badu]. Over a sexy soundscape of shimmering keys and enticing percussion, MACK’s strikingly smooth signature vocals take hold as he sings, “Why don’t we fall in love like we did in the nineties?” Chances are, you’re going to feel that classic nineties energy after just one listen.
Just as “Love In The 90z” starts impacting Urban Radio in early January, VH1 will air its new original movie, The Breaks, starring MACK as DeeVee. Watch a “first look” of the film and the trailer now. Quite appropriately, The Breaks weaves together a music industry narrative set in New York City during 1990.
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On Tuesday, MACK will take the stage at BET Music Matters Presents First Come with MACK WILDS at Santos Party House. He performs at 9pm, and if you can’t be there in person, make sure to watch the live stream on BET.com. “Love In The 90z” receives its live debut at the show too!
MACK WILDS remains one of R&B’s true renaissance men with a style and swagger that translates from screen to stage to record. You definitely know him as Michael Lee from HBO’s legendary drama The Wire and as Dixon on The CW’s 90210 reboot. In addition, his previous album, New York: A Love Story, received a 2014 Grammy Award® nomination in the category of “Best Urban Contemporary Album.”
Now, “Love In The 90z” sets the stage for MACK’s forthcoming Louder Than Life/Epic Records full-length debut, which you can expect in 2016. Get ready for a musical revolution that transcends decades.