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My World

Mark Medlock

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Album Review

On his sixth studio album, Mark Medlock cuts ties with producer Dieter Bohlen, who had produced all of the singer's albums since Medlock won the fourth season of Deutschland Sucht den Superstar in 2007. My World, produced by Wolfgang N. Dalheimer and Nik Hafemann, presents a collection of soul covers, from Lionel Richie's "Stuck on You" to Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World" and Eric Clapton's "Change the World." A couple of new compositions, written by songwriters such as Nicky Chinn ("The Other Side of Broken") and Wayne Hector ("Foolish Heart"), round out the album. The "Fan Edition" adds two bonus tracks and a DVD with nine music videos.

Biography

Born: July, 1978 in Frankfurt, Germany

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

German vocalist Mark Medlock was the landslide winner of Deutschland Sucht den Superstar's fourth season. His record sales and collaborations following his win set Medlock apart as one of reality TV's more successful finds. Born in July 1978 to an African-American father and German mother, Medlock was raised in Frankfurt. Alongside his younger brother, Medlock was brought up in the working-class Offenbach am Main neighborhood. His father, originally from Georgia, raised the boys on a steady diet...
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