Innocent Man (Mark Morrison album)
|Studio album by Mark Morrison|
|Released||April 29, 2002 (shelved) • May 1, 2006|
|Label||Mack Life Records
|Mark Morrison chronology|
|Singles from Innocent Man|
Innocent Man is the second studio album by British hip hop and R&B recording artist Mark Morrison, and released in the UK with a limited edition DVD release. It Morrison's second full-length studio album (excluding EP releases) since "Return of the Mack" in 1996. In 1997 Mark Morrison released an EP entitled Only God Can Judge Me on Warner Bros. The album was originally slated for an April 29, 2002 release on Death Row Records with promotional copies and album samplers of the Death Row version of the project being released, however the album remained unreleased due to label conflicts. In December 2004, Morrison encountered new label conflicts with 2 Wikid Records arose as Morrison fought to release the album on December 27, 2004 however this did not happen and the project was again put on hold due to the label owner having disagreements with Morrison. The project was set for an April 2005 release, but again the project was pushed back until 2006 when it was finally released on his own independent record label.
- "Innocent Man" feat. DMX
- "Blackstabbers" feat. Daz Dillinger & Tray Deee
- "Dance 4 Me" feat. Tanya Stephens
- "Lately" feat. Elephant Man
- "Friday" feat. Grimm
- "Nigga Ain't No Good"
- "Best Friend" feat. Gabrielle & Conner Reeves
- "Just a Man"
- "Time To Creep" feat. Isyss
- "Love You Bad"
- "That's Life"
- "Damn Damn Damn" feat. Adina Howard
- "Wanna Be Your Man"
- "Journeys" feat. Mica Paris & All Saints Road Community Choir
- "Just a Man" feat. Alexander O'Neal (Bonus Track)
- "Innocent Man" feat. Tippa Irie (Bonus Track)
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