Featured Artist : Mark Asari…


Mark Asari grew up in London, but always knew what he wanted from a young age. Instead of hitting the streets, he indulged himself in music, whether writing songs, creating beats, or just simply listening and studying his favorite artists and producers. And all that research has paid off!

Mark cites artists such as diverse as Brandy, Glen Lewis, Rascal Flatts, Lauren Hill, Beyonce,  Coldplay,  India Arie, Tyrese,  Kim Burrell, Colbie Caillat, Musiq, Michael Jackson, Imogen Heap, George Benson, Jason Reeves, Usher and Bob Dylan as influences. The writer producers he admires include The Clutch, James FauntLeroy, Sean Garrett, The Underdogs, Ryan Tedder, Adonis, Darkchild, and Timbaland.

Mark is an exciting young writer and at the forefront of a new wave of UK hit songwriters. He has recently worked with Tinie Tempah, Bryn Christopher, TMS, Parker & James, Harmoney and Inflo 1st  on a number of pop projects. #TEAM UK is really very strong right now..

Watch this space for more news on Mark. But for now make sure you check out this amazing cover of “Alicia Keys” hit single “Try Sleeping With A Broken Heart” . His voice is without a doubt flawless on this track..

Check it out here: & make sure you follow him on Twitter http://twitter.com/markasari.

Also if you want to check out more of his songs then a couple of his songs are featured below :

Stay Down :

Paranoid :


About jamielkyte

Im 19 Years of Age & Love Love Love Music :)

Posted on June 14, 2010, in Features.., UK Artists.. and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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