See What Radio Is Saying About I Apologize 2U & U2
Going for Adds 01/21/2014 - Record Release for Matell's newest release on Urban/Urban AC radio
January 27, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Matell is an American recording artist, songwriter, record producer, and occasional actor. His commercial debut single "I Apologize 2U & U2" was released worldwide on September 17, 2013 as the lead contemporary hit radio single from the album The Music Behind the Voice. The song is part of a slew of new music recorded by Matell. He's looking for that smash hit which this has the potential to be. Matell broke into the music scene in the late 2000s. It wasn't until 2012, however, that Matell began to establish himself as a true R&B hit maker with a slew of concept albums to license his catalog.
Matell (USA) - Commercial - radio release for "I Apologize 2U & U2," begins 01/21/14. Just in time for Valentines Day for all those lonely hearts out there. This is the sample of the record release it's actually larger then this, it will be placed on Urban and Urban AC (USA) radio stations. Please help support this release by spreading the word?
New York, NY (Top40 Charts/Internet Radio) - Matell's newest single "I Apologize 2U & U2," has entered into the Top100 USA Airplay charts at #62 for the week of 04/13/2013. Matell's single also charted on two other national airplay charts this year at #29 on the Top40 National Airplay Top 50 National Airplay charts USA.
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In other chart news 'I Apologize 2U & U2" is still gaining in sales on Radio Wave Internet Broadcasting Top40 Amazon Radio Buy. His newest single is in the Top10 on radio Live365-djmatrixxkdom - Live365 : CHR/Rhythmic
Matell has scored some high profile gigs, including as a featured performer in a tribute at the BMA Music Awards to legendary Jazz singer Nancy Wilson. He was a Special Guest singer for singer/actress Minnie Foxx on her Los Angeles concert tour. Matell was honored by VH1's Save The Music and nominated for "Song of the Year" as the lyricist for nominated tune "We Will Survive." "Eastern Trees" also garnered a nomination for a Best Editor's Choice Award for Outstanding writing for the American Poetry Society.