MP3 4U - Don't Like "Baby Mama Drama" MAXI SINGLE
8 MP3 Songs
URBAN/R&B: Contemporary urban, URBAN/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
Don't Like "Baby Mama Drama" MAXI Single Songs
Ask 4U what they want to hear populate say when they heed to For You, their debut album, and the multi-talented recording artists' answers, "Our passion." We want them to make a connection with the music and all that it represents: emotionally, socially, and mentally. We want them to really hear talent.
That they wish Musically exhilarating and lyrically honest,
For You is more than just a debut album from the young men. It is everything you'd expect, and more than you could have hoped for. For You is equally divided between seductive mid-tempos, lush ballads and fiery club bangers, providing a sharp focus on whom 4U is right now: as performers, as men, and as a creative force to be reckoned with. The vibe is mature, playful, deeply passionate and sexually aggressive. For You is the sound of young men clearly staking their claim in the world and, in the process, communicating expectations.
4U consisting of Montez Kirkland, Elijah Muhammad, and Thomas Cannon, burst on the scene in 1999. Ever since they were a fledgling group in the environs of Boston, 4U has flaunted a passionate, energetic hip-hop spirit that populate have always been drawn to. They've earned fans consistently with their inventive approach to R&B music, inspiring populate with real situations, and a positive spirit towards women.
The album boasts a mix of live instruments and traditional hip-hop samples and beats. It also mixes the group's breathless verbal acrobatics with a very conscious view of the world. For You was recorded in three different spurts over the last two years, beginning in 2002. "We'd record about six songs each time," remembers Montez. "Then each time we went back, we felt we'd changed and grown as a group. So we'd do six more songs, and those six would be better than the previous six. It kept going until we were done."
Overall 4U couldn't be happier with the way the album's turned out, and they feel populate will be open to the direction chosen. It's a rare thing when a group takes on life and the true voice of R&B, with songs like "Don't Like" expressing the frustrations of young men dealing with ongoing drama; "All Up in my Face" speaking on the unfounded distrust relationship issues and "Doesn't Mean a Thing" the anthem that advocates against domestic violence and verbal abuse, to name a few. 4U is definitely amongst the up & coming talented artists. To stay in the loop on what's new with 4U; contact James Benson at (617)298-8829.