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The sun should not rise before Melanie Fiona’s man comes home.
Her hit song, “4 AM” from the sophomore album The MF Life, is the nocturnal tale of a woman’s intuitive thoughts driving her to the edge of self-doubt. In “4 AM”, Melanie doesn’t want to know where or who the man in question is with. She knows he’s most likely at the strip club with his boys, but there’s a time to shut the fun down and take care of home. And not the next day, either.
Melanie has a fearless spirit with an Instagram-free heart. There’s a clear sense of edgy vulnerability in her lyrics, but she’s honest. She’s been in love, out of love and everything else in between. She doesn’t know how to go quietly into the night. As a matter of fact, Melanie comes alive in the night because she knows being in love is a 24/7 commitment.
But “4 AM” leaves us with an interesting question. Would Melanie make the perfect wife? Maybe. She admits to being a strong willed woman on the go. But when the right man comes along, who truly understands and can handle her fierceness, she’s all in. She says…actually, we’ll let her tell you herself on the next page also known as The MF Life…
Meet Carmen Murray, music executive, founder and CEO of Title 9 Productions, an L.A. based artist development company. Murray is devoted to cultivating and branding the careers of high profiled singers, writers and entertainers. On any given day of the week Murray can be found juggling conference calls starting at 5am with agents in Europe, Canada or New York, meeting with her singers and songwriters to discuss prospective contracts, visiting recording studios to help select the perfect tunes for her recording artists or making dinner for her teenagers. A hard working businesswoman and savvy entrepreneur, find out how Murray stands out as an inspiration for young females on this episode of “She’s The Boss.”
Carmen Murray with business partners, Michael Michel and Diallobe photo courtesy of Lauren N. Dennis, www.laurenndennis.com
“4 AM” by Melanie Fiona, video footage courtesy of SRC/Universal Republic