WanMor is a fast-rising brotherly R&B group from South Jersey. Not too long ago, they released an appealing music video for their “Mine (Remix)” single via Mary J. Blige’s 300 Entertainment imprint, Beautiful Life Productions, Inc. The ’90s hip-hop-and-R&B-inspired tune contains a sample of “Get Money” by Notorious B.I.G. and Lil’ Kim (Junior M.A.F.I.A.).
WanMor – “Mine (Remix)” Music Video
The star-studded and striking visual brings viewers into the quartet’s life. Point-of-view footage culled right from a smartphone showcases the boys as they wild out, kick it together, and party with friends. They are living their best lives set to a soundtrack of sizzling, scorching, and sunny R&B music. Peers such as King Combs, Cali Lynn Dream Taylor, and JD McCray join the fun with cameo appearances.
Not too long ago, WanMor served up three hot remixes for their “Mine” single. These include the upbeat Official Remix as well as the super smooth, “Vibe Mix (Acoustic),” which strips the soundscape down to the bare essentials and layers their slick harmonies above acoustic guitar and soulful piano. Then, there’s the Sped-Up Version, which increases the tempo and seamlessly tailors the track for the dancefloor, adding another dimension altogether. The original version, “Mine,” is featured on WanMor’s self-titled debut EP.
Beyond tallying streams in the millions, WanMor has found success with their first body of work, which is quickly gaining media and fans’ respect and adoration. The group made headlines across the culture in advance of the release. Recently, they spoke to BET in-depth about their ascent, and the outlet predicted, “In 2023, the sky’s the limit for WanMor.” After hearing “Mine (Remix),” some might argue there’s no limit for this talented group. Not too long ago, WanMor made their GRAMMY® Awards debut, teaming up with the legendary Stevie Wonder to perform “The Way You Do The Things You Do,” originally by The Temptations as part of the Motown Anniversary Tribute.
WanMor comprises of real-life brothers, Big Boy, Chulo, Tyvas, and Rocco. Ranging in age from 12-18, the young men have spent the last five years honing their stunning textures and rich sound while doing large-scale performances across the country, including venues such as Madison Square Garden and the STAPLES Center.
The dynamic four-piece has also appeared on America’s Most Musical Family, and guest starred on a special episode of Sesame Street, “The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo,” and Little Big Shots. They are featured on five tracks from Lil Uzi Vert’s platinum album, “Eternal Atake,” and most recently Hunxho’s “Heartless.”
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