Tanya Morgan – Never Enough featuring Carlita Durand I love you like a mama loves her babies / I got so much love I go crazy / I never can give too much / It’s too much, it’s never enough

Tanya Morgan – “Never Enough” featuring Carlita Durand I love you like a mama loves her babies / I got so much love I go crazy / I never can give too much / It’s too much, it’s never enough

Critical Praise for Tanya Morgan:

“Tanya Morgan’s sophomore album, Brooklynati, is their most accomplished to date, a milestone moment for their already contagiously soulful sound.” – XXL – Chariman’s Choice

4 Stars – Time Out NY

“Tanya Morgan means ill f*cking new millennium underground hip hop….I’m glad I got woken the f*ck up. A group hasn’t instantly impressed me this much, maybe ever.” – KevinNottingham.com

“Brooklynati” is Tanya Morgan’s latest project, and it basically cannot disappoint. In fact, it’s genetically engineered to be better than you. For good measure: Von makes brownies better than your mom, Ilyas reads more books than Reading Rainbow, and Don is meaner than the guy that stole your lunch money yesterday. And they all still rap better than your cousin’s best friend’s ex-boyfriend’s brother. Yep better than all that.”- MSNBC

The Song:

Tanya Morgan has just moved to Brooklynati and they’re already head over heels in love. Whether it’s loving two women equally or jonesin’ over a new crush, in their new song “Never Enough,” each side of the game is represented, from the pimp (Von Pea), to the simp (Donwill), and even to the family man (Ilyas). Donwill describes “Never Enough” as “the song about unconditional love and how it can seem crazy to love something THAT much, but when it’s a person sometimes it’s not as crazy as it seems.”

With production by Von Pea and Carlita Durand providing the vocals, “Never Enough” features a funk influenced baseline, addictive hook, and horn-laden melody reminiscent of old school ’70s tv shows. Listen to the upbeat track and let Tanya Morgan’s lyrical mastery remind you of the special people that warm your heart.

The Background:

Tanya Morgan is back with their third project, Brooklynati, following the success of Moonlighting and The Bridge. Since Von Pea, Ilyas, and Don Will formed Tanya Morgan in 2003, they have received high praise from media elites such as Spin, The Source, XXL Magazine and a resounding seal of approval from the blogosphere. Considered by many to be our generation’s torchbearers for De La Soul and A Tribe Called Quest, Tanya Morgan will once again put their skills on display with the unique hip-hop Americana sounds of their Brooklynati album this spring. Based on the fictitious city of Brooklynati, this release pushes the boundaries of a concept album by incorporating not only lyrical imagery but also cultivating a culture and mindset, which can be experienced through the City of Brooklynati Chamber of Commerce website: http://www.brooklynati.com/home.html. The sites, sounds, memories, and events of Brooklynati will be unleashed on May 12th through Bay-Area based record label Interdependent Media, the architects behind the funding and development of Brooklynati. Wanderlusts can feed their souls at http://www.Brooklynati.com

About Interdependent Media:

Founded in 2006 in the Bay Area by Evan Phillips, Interdependent Media has built unique strengths in the development, production, and marketing of recorded music via new methods of marketing and promotion. Armed with a comprehensive understanding of both traditional and emerging methods of marketing, iM has successfully created multi-faceted methods of raising awareness and interest in their projects. Industry veterans Ian “ID” Davis and Dominic Del Bene head operations at iM and are credited with discovering and/or developing artists such as 9th Wonder, Little Brother, Tanya Morgan, Blackalicious, Del the Funky Homosapien, the Hieroglyphics and more. In 2009, iM will be releasing multi-media projects from artists Finale, Canibus, K’naan, Truthlive, and Tanya Morgan. For more information, please visit http://www.imculture.com

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Never Enough

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