Performer: Macy Gray
Artist: Velvet Revolver; Bobby Brown
Engineer: Corey Stocker; Jared Gosselin; Jamie Rise; Phillip White; Mike "Handz" Donaldson; Alex Torodov...
Producer: Jared Gosselin; Tony Hardy; Kannon 'Caviar' Cross; Hit-Boy; Kaz James; Chase N-Cashe; Phillip White; Brothers Rise; Corey Simon; Macy Gray; Rodney Jerkins; Don Cannon...
Distributor: Universal Distribution
Notes: Audio Mixer: Manny Marroquin. Recording information: 2nd Floor Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Amerycan Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Can Am Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Encore Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Larrabee North Sound Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Paramount Studios, Los Angeles, CA; The Pass, Los Angeles, CA; The Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA. Photographer: Giuliano Bekor. Publishers: David Renzer; Tom Sturges; Joe Maggini. Unknown Contributor Roles: Mary Hogan; Rebecca Berman; Dave Henson; John Baldi; Larry Blake; Mike Gillespie; Glen Barros; Robert Smith ; Darcus Beese; Larissa Collins; Ted Cockle; Margi Cheske; Norman Lear; John Burke; Phillip Bailey; Joe McEwen; Rick Huhn; Paddy Spinks; Olivia Nunn; Michele Smith; Joel Amsterdam; Jill Weindorf; Iain Snodgrass; Gene Rumsey; Fred Gillham; Francesca Hughes; Eliabeth Boetcher; Dino Balzano; Dave Einstein; Darnell Gamble; Craig Hammond; Corey Popovich; Jon Turner; Shane O'Neill; Ted Myers. Over a year in the making, Macy Gray's fifth studio album, The Sellout, features flashes of glam and new wave, as well as a duet with Bobby Brown and appearances from former Guns N' Roses members Slash, Duff McKagan, and Matt Sorum. Produced with the assistance of Rodney Jerkins and Kaz James, among others, it's Gray's first album for the Concord label.
Entertainment Weekly (p.71) - "THE SELLOUT yields several jams worth hearing." Billboard (p.32) - "Shifting effortlessly into rock mode, Gray delivers one of the album's best performances on 'Kissed It'..." Paste (magazine) - "Highlights include the melodic 'Let You Win,' as lush and laid-back as a lazy spring afternoon, and the beguiling 'Still Hurts'..."
Macy Gray took soul music back to its natural roots with her acclaimed 1999 debut, ON HOW LIFE IS, updating old-school R&B with a few modern touches. Gray's sound is partly Lauryn Hill-style conscious hip-hop, and part a Lenny Kravitz/Neneh Cherry rock-R&B hybrid. Since her startling debut, she's collaborated with everyone from Slick Rick and Fatboy Slim to famed producer Rick Rubin, also making her screen-acting debut in the 2001 Denzel Washington movie, TRAINING DAY.
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