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About Marley Waters

Known previously as Genesis, Brendon Waters, aka Marley Waters, reached millions of U.S. homes via America's Best Dance Crew as part of Status Quo, and within a few years saw his name near the top of the Billboard R&B/hip-hop chart. A Boston native, Waters is a songwriter, producer, singer, rapper, and DJ whose first major work was on "Can't Touch This," a single by Interscope artist Colette Carr that featured E-40. The following year, Waters teamed up with DJ Mustard to co-write and co-produce Tinashe's "2 On," a Top Five R&B/hip-hop smash that went platinum in 2014. After Waters established a DJ'ing career, he also began to self-release predominantly club-oriented solo singles that alternated between contemporary R&B, rap, and reggae. Among his most successful tracks were "On to You [Remix]" (2015), "Share My Last" (2016), and "Wine Pon It" (2017), all issued as he continued to write for the likes of Justine Skye ("Anticipation") and Wyclef Jean ("I Swear"). ~ Andy Kellman