2001, Sat-R-day launched onto the European market causin' mayhem
in downtown Augsburg, hysteria in Heillbronn and hooked the continent
with their no. 1 clubhit "Steelo". It's clear to see that
things have changed for the group. They have had hits in 7 different
countries, toured across Europe, sold over 300.000 copies of their
latest effort (I'm digging your) "Steelo" and did shows
for audiences they could have only dreamed about.
is well you may say. But where there is joy there will eventually
be pain. This painfull moment came for the group as groupmember
I.V. announced his departure in Oct 2002. Due to personal issues
I.V. decided to leave the band. It left Crown and See shattered.
"It's hard to let go of a member when you have been together
for so long " says See while Crown stated " We are family.
It's never easy to see your loved ones go, even though we respect
his deciscion ". "It left us in an akward position "
numerous auditionings and screenings they still didn't find the
right substitute for I.V. not knowing that the answer was close
to home. One day Crown told See that his younger brother E.J. was
singing in an R&B formation but that the group at that time
didn't have any potential. E.J. received the invitation with open
arms and as we expected he blended in well. Over a year later the
three-some See, Crown and E.J. will prove that they have the ability
to break every record with their fierce follow-up CD.
their brand new album That's how we're livin' coming out soon the
guys are more excited than ever. The files began late last year
when they returned from their German tour and the resulting songs
reveal a more personal side to Sat-R-day. "It all just came
together" says E.J. of their latest effort, while Crown describes
the album as "magical". "We just wanted to show our
fans what we are really all about" says See. Mission accomplished.
Besides achieving their goal, Sat-R-day delivers "The Rules"
an edgy sing along song on a hiphop track which keeps the streets
watching and the mainstream singing. This song will keep your ears
glued to the radio. Seeing the video which was shot in L.A. will
show you the energy Sat-R-day is known for. Also on this cd the
group delivers a stellar duet that features rapper Coolio well-known
for his worldwide hits "Gangsta's Paradise", "Too
Hot" and "Fantastic Voyage". The potential top-10
tune, about being in the industry and having to deal with relationships,
was co-written by the group's very own Crown.
Album contains 14 tracks including the easygoing titlesong and second
single "That's How we're livin", the breathtaking "Anything"
and the funky showstopper "Freakness". Inspired by their
devotees, their fans, Sat-R-day penned and co-produced, 12 of the
14 tracks. Other producers are " Rutti" and The Beatkidz.
title came from our experiences during the last two years. "We've
grown mentally and physically and it shows" says Crown. These
experiences the guys wouldn't trade for the world. "Our fans
made it possible for us to come out again and bring you this follow-up
CD" says Crown. "That shows their love for real."
guys are preparing themselves for their upcoming promotional activities
including pressdays throughout various cities in Europe, visiting
radio stations and not to forget a small promotion tour to give
the fans a preview of how they're livin'!