TSR Unique: Barry Hankerson, the person who introduced us abilities together with his niece, the late Aaliyah, is reviving his outdated report label Blackground Data rebranded as Blackground Data 2.0.
A number of streets had been shut down in Atlanta Saturday as the primary woman of Blackground Data 2.0, Autumn Marini, shot her first video forward of the label’s launch.
Barry spoke solely to The Shade Room to speak concerning the rebirth of his label–which gave us Timbaland’s “Shock Worth II” in 2009 earlier than a greater than 10-year hiatus–and bragged on his new artist who he says can’t be in comparison with any artist out.
Barry tells us he moved Blackground to Atlanta, the place he has been assembly so many proficient artists who couldn’t discover a technique to get their music out. This impressed him to carry Blackground again as Blackground Data 2.0 and do what they do, which he says is to push younger artists.
“It’s a superb time to advertise younger expertise,” Barry stated.
He was particularly taken by Autumn Marini, who he says has the entire bundle and might’t be in comparison with different artists, previous or current as she’s in her personal lane.
“She’s stunning, she writes her personal songs,” Barry bragged. “I couldn’t resist working together with her. I couldn’t resist working for her”
He continued, “She’s completely her personal artist. She’s very unique.”
Barry added that Autumn Marini’s latest challenge will probably be an “explosive album.” “It’s an unimaginable piece of labor,” he stated.
Blackground Data is accountable for discovering a few of our different faves together with Tank and Jojo, in addition to Toni Braxton’s “Libra” album, which featured her hit single, “Please.”
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