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Mark Morrison relseases "N.A.N.G. 2.0.”

Mark Morrison, Crooked I Of Slaughterhouse & Def Jam's Shonie Release Powerful Song for Domestic Violence Awareness

"Return of the Mack"
singer Mark Morrison teams with Crooked I of Slaughterhouse, the rap super-group signed to Eminem's Shady Records, and Slip-n-Slide/Def Jam's emerging songstress Shonie, to take a stand on domestic violence.

"N.A.N.G. 2.0.” shines a spotlight on women suffering due to domestic abuse. Inspired by Morrison's cousin, who was housed by UK national charity REFUGE during an abusive relationship. The single will be released digitally worldwide on October 1st, 2013, which is also National Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) in the US.

The ‘King of British R&B’ will release his third studio album next year.

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