Mark Morrison was one of the most successful British urban R&B singers of the mid-'90s. His breakthrough single, "Return of the Mack," became a Top Ten hit across Europe in 1996, and opened the U.S. market for him the following year. Although he became a commercial success nearly overnight, his career was plagued by run-ins with the law that prevented him from consolidating his position as a star.
Ironically, if it wasn't for jail, Morrison wouldn't have pursued a career in music at all. He decided to become a vocalist in 1995 while serving a three-month sentence for causing ... Read more