UOMO's Tricky Stewart Produces Tracks for Whitney Houston #1 Album
September 08, 2009. UOMO Media Inc., a multi-channel entertainment company, announced today that Christopher "Tricky" Stewart of Redzone Entertainment co-produced "Salute" and the album title track, "I Look to You' for Whitney Houston's new album.
"Tricky has worked with the biggest female artists of our generation from Madonna to Rihanna to Mariah Carey and now the iconic Whitney Houston," said Mr. Camara Alford, Chairman and CEO, UOMO Media. "Tricky continues to be the hottest producer in the world."
Whitney Houston's comeback album, "I Look to You", taking advantage of its August 29 release date is eligible for this year's Grammys, debuted at #1, with over 290,000 records sold. The title track was released as the first single in July 2009 giving Houston her first top 20 hit on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop songs in nearly a decade.
Tricky Stewart of Redzone Entertainment, has worked with top music artists including Rihanna, Usher, Mariah Carey, Madonna, Britney Spears, and LL Cool J. In 2008, Redzone Entertainment signed an exclusive international management agreement with UOMO Media Inc.
About Redzone Entertainment Inc.
Redzone Entertainment was founded by brothers Tricky Stewart, Mark E. Stewart, and Laney Stewart in 1995. Since then Redzone's discography has grown exponentially with collaborations with some of the most talented artists in the world, responsible for over 25 million records sold, producing acts such as Pink, Madonna, Britney Spears, Celine Dion, Mary J. Blige, and Rihanna.
About UOMO Media Inc.
UOMO Media Inc. is a multi-channel entertainment company that acquires, produces, and manages intellectual media content and digital assets. UOMO integrates existing and well-established revenue streams in recorded music, publishing, and talent management through its five operating divisions: UOMO Digital, UOMOLife (including AdUOMO), UOMO Recorded Music, UOMO Talent Management, and UOMO Publishing. PricewaterhouseCoopers estimates that by 2011, the global media and entertainment industry will be worth US$ 2 trillion.