With the second release from her new project, the California artist Maryann a.k.a. The Baegod enlists Atlanta’s Waka Flocka and Bay Area rapper and frequent Brick Squad collaborator A Wax. With an Electronic undertone, the production from Sbvce is a mix of West Coast Funk and Down South Bounce .
“You Better Not” is a new single of M.A.K.’S album The S.M.A.K. (OUT NOW). The song is a West coast Collab with DPG artist Roscoe and N-Crowd Artists Takticz and Maryann. The track features production from N8 the Gr8. The S.M.A.K. is also featuring Gucci Mane, Keak Da Sneak, (Previously Unreleased) Mac Dre, J. Diggs, and Terin Thompson
Maryann turns up the heat with her brand new single “Nothing You Could Say”. Far from a loss of words, Maryann takes a sharp turn from her R & B songstress role and gives you something new. Her new record is already sprinkled with features from the likes of Devin the Dude, Guilty Simpson, and Chuuwee. Maryann is proving that she is not a one hit wonder and is more of the new style hybrid artist it takes to make a lasting impression. The song and visual are her commentary about the industry, and feelings she has built up during her recent experiences. Packing more than a punch, this is not the first, or last you will hear from this blossoming artist.
Northern California’s freshest female vocalist, Maryann drops another single from her upcoming Sophomore project Futuristic Always. “Slow Motion” is an R&B style track based in the genre of Bedroom Trap, a new style derived from Producer N8 the Gr8 and Maryann’s unique sound. Maryann showcases an edgier side of her personality by putting a rap verse on the song. The visuals are her personal commentary about the thin line between being chill and being too Turnt.
Maryann, Northern California’s freshest female vocalist, is hitting the scene hard in 2013. With a sound reminiscent of 90’s R&B stars, she draws on these influences, yet has a voice and style all her own. Growing up around all genres of music, Maryann has channeled that exposure into a versatile style. She is creating music that combines Soul, R&B, Pop, Electronic, and Hip-Hop, to find a sound that will appeal to the masses. Teaming up with producer N8 the Gr8, the two have been experimenting over the past few years and have come up with a sound quite unique.