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Mark Morrison

Mark Morrison (born 3 May 1972) is an English R&B singer. His single, "Return of the Mack", became a number-one or Top 10 hit in several European countries in 1996. The song peaked at number 2 in the United States the following year.
Mark Morrison's first official recording was the 1993 vinyl release, Where Is Our Love, pressed on his own private Joe'Mel label.

He is one of the most successful British urban R&B singers of all time.
Following his arrest and placement on remand over an alleged stabbing at Krystals nightclub in Leicester, Morrison first recorded professionally in 1995 whilst held in Leicester Prison
Despite his career success, Morrison continued to be accused of various crimes, and in 1997 he was convicted of attempting to bring a stun gun onto an aircraft.He was jailed for three months for this offence in early 1997, at about the same time that the single "Return of the Mack" began its climb to the #2 slot in the US charts and later was banned from driving when he was caught driving unsupervised in his Mercedes whilst on his provisional license.
In 1998, Morrison was sentenced to a year's imprisonment for violating a community service order imposed in 1995. He had paid someone to complete the community work while he fled to Barbados.

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Return of the Mack

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