Finally Made Me Happy
The woman with the most distinctive voice in music is back with a dynamic new effort that spotlights her classic pipes in a variety of soulful and stylistic settings. On March 27th Macy Gray will release her long awaited new album "BIG" on the will.i.am music group/Geffen Records label. She joins Grammy-winning, platinum superstar Fergie as the second artist to be released under the will.i.am music group banner.
Working with a number of producers, including will.i.am, Ron Fair, Justin Timberlake and newcomers Jared and Whitey, "BIG" was mostly recorded at The Record Plant in Los Angeles and features guest artists Fergie, Natalie Cole, Nas, Justin Timberlake and will.i.am. A complete track listing for "BIG" is: "Finally Made Me Happy," "Shoo Be Doo," "What I Gotta Do," "One," "Glad You're Here," "Slowly," "Ghetto Love," "Okay," "Get Out," "Treat Me Like Your Money", "Everybody," and "Strange Behavior."
Macy Gray first burst onto the music scene in 1999 with her debut release "On How Life Is" and the massive hit single "I Try." The album went on to sell 7 million copies worldwide and Macy won a Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. In addition to making music Macy finds time to give back to her community. She founded the M. Gray Music Academy in North Hollywood, California which provides affordable after-school and weekend music classes for the youth in the area. Always one to embrace fashion, Macy has a women's clothing line, The Natalie Hinds Collection by Macy Gray, and will soon launch a new line for the curvy girls called HUMPS. Macy has a lucrative acting career having appeared in over half a dozen movies and most recently the Emmy-nominated HBO movie "Lackawanna Blues."
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