New York, NY - Returning to center stage after a chart-topping, platinum-certified debut,
Capitol Records/ American King Music
is showing why he's still hot. "Move (If You Wanna)," the unstoppably rhythmic kick-off single from MIMS' forthcoming second album,
, has set off a mad rush to the dance floor and to cyberspace by his fans, logging an astounding near- 9 million plays so far at
, the official MIMS MySpace site. The track is also the No. 2 most-added song nationally in the rhythmic crossover and urban formats. The single is currently at 15 million in overall audience.
"Move," was produced by Da Internz, one of the several A-list production collaborators on
. The LP will also feature beats by Jim Jonsin, Blackout Movement, and others. Aside from the official video for "Move," a viral video has been shot for another album focus track, "One Day" featuring Ky-Mani Marley (son of reggae legend Bob Marley).
, the sophomore album by MIMS, will arrive in the physical and digital marketplace on April 7th, 2009. The album follows
Music is My Savior
, which featured the RIAA-certified platinum Billboard Hot 100 #1 dance anthem "This Is Why I'm Hot." The album and its singles generated cumulative sales of 300,000 domestic copies and 2 million digital downloads.