Nominated as Best Pop Artist, Best Solo Artist, and Best Singer/Writer of the year by the All Indie Music Awards to be held in Hollywood on February 10, 2012, MERU MATU is set to take off with her new "Supership" album and rocket straight to the top of the charts.
Former concert promoter, Rick Rantz, signed Matu earlier this year to launch his new AlienHaus Music Group, and Supership promises to break the sound barrier for most number one hits on a single album. The record is currently held by Michael Jackson and Katy Perry at five each.
As summarized by Rantz, “It’s rare when a label is able to secure the multiple talents of such an amazing artist and engineer. Every song on "Supership" is hit and radio worthy.”
Originally trained as a sound engineer, Matu was actively involved in the artistic and creative direction of "Supership." She wrote all songs on the album, with the exception of "Rocket To The Moon" that was co-written with featured artist, K-Quick.
All "Supership" songs were recorded and edited by Matu. They were mixed by Chris Trevett, former staff producer at Jive Records. Trevett has two Grammy Awards and 13 nominations to his credit. He was anxious to accept the project after hearing the unique passion and style that Matu brings to the forefront of her work.
Supership was mastered by Reuben Cohen, who has mastered many hits, including "Billionaire" by Travis McCoy featuring Bruno Mars and "Girls On The Dance Floor" and "Like A G6" by Far East Movement. In addition to a 2011 Grammy nomination for "Nothin' On You" by B.o.B. featuring Bruno Mars, Cohen received a Latin Grammy Award in 2010 for Diego Torres’ album "Distinto."
With the help and support of radio stations and fans across the nation, it certainly stands to reason that Meru Matu will be a Grammy recipient herself and a superstar deserving the ride on her "Supership."
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