Mateo did say during a sit-down with The Boombox that he was pretty jealous of Drake for writing 'Hold On We're Going Home.' But after performing his new song 'Rosie' for a special McDonald's Live Bytes session at MSR Studios in New York City, we're sure there will be plenty singers jealous that they didn't write the track first.
Mateo would die a happy man if he was able to record with Lauryn Hill and he kicks himself because he didn't create Drake's 'Hold On We're Going Home' first. Those are just some of the gems the 27-year-old singer dropped during his chat with The Boombox before grabbing the mic at MSR Studios in New York City for a McDonald's Live Bytes session.
Singer Mateo has come a long way since his days as a MySpace Records artist (yes, that was a thing). He's inked a deal with producer Kerry "Krucial" Brothers and his Krucial Noise imprint, which rests nicely over at Interscope Records. The Cincinnati, Ohio native recently released the five-song EP, 'We've Met Before,' a sampling of his stadium music sound with passionate odes like 'How G
Crooner Mateo is preparing the release of his new mixtape, Suite 823, a follow-up to 2011's Love & Stadiums. Before the effort debuts on his official site, the 26-year-old Ohio-born, Los Angeles-bred entertainer is providing fans with the first song, "Carry On."
You could say Iman "Mateo" Jordan is a hopeless romantic. "I know it sounds cliché," the Ohio singer-songwriter-pianist tells The BoomBox with a hint of amusement in his voice. "But I have to describe my music as love. I think everyone can relate to that."
Nothing quite compares to the feeling of receiving the perfect holiday gift, except for getting the wrong one. With the holiday season in full swing, and only a few shopping days left until Christmas, the malls will be jammed with last minute shoppers looking to snag the perfect present for someone special...
Up-and-coming singer Mateo, who dropped his 'Love & Stadiums' R&B mixtape earlier this year, has released a visual for his Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys-featured first single, 'Say It's So.'
Taking an obvious cue from Big Sean's wardrobe, the Cincinnati-bred crooner rocks a hoodie and sleeveless denim jacket in the David "Dahveed" Telles-helmed video, wandering the streets of New Y