Christina Milian: ‘Say I’ feat. Young Jeezy! New Album in Stores 4/25!

Christina Milian’s So Amazin’, Produced By Cool & Dre, Due In
Stores April 25, 2006!

First Single Is ‘Say I’ Featuring Young Jeezy

 (Feb 23, 2006 – New York, NY)  Island Def Jam recording
artist and actress Christina Milian makes
her long-awaited return to the front line with the upcoming April 25th release
of her third album, SO AMAZIN’,
produced in Miami
by Cool and Dre.  In advance of the album release, the first single “Say I” featuring platinum rapper Young Jeezy impacted Urban radio on
February 20th, and at Rhythm and Pop formats on March 13th.  The video
shoot for “Say I” took
place in Los Angeles on February 11 & 12, directed by Ray Kay (whose
credits include Christina’s “Whatever U Want” and “Soldier” by Destiny’s Child).

BET has announced their
support of Christina and “Say I” with an ‘Access Granted’ special, airing March
1st.  ‘Access Granted’ is a ½ hour program, offering behind-the-scenes
glimpses from the “Say I” set.

SO AMAZIN’ is the follow-up to It’s About Time (June 2004),
a breakthrough for Christina with more than half the songs co-written by
Christina, and produc­tion by some of the heaviest hitters in R&B including
Warryn Campbell, Corey Rooney, and Bryan Cox.  It’s About Time debuted at
#14-bullet on the Billboard
200 on the strength of its first hit single, “Dip It Low” featuring Fabolous,
produced and co-written by Poli Paul.

“Dip It Low,” which peaked
at #1 on the Dance Club Singles chart, and #3 on the Billboard Hot 100,
was nominated for a 2004 Grammy Award as Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, while It’s About Time was nominated
as Best Contemporary R&B Album.  With her album bulleting up the
charts through the summer and fall of 2004, Christina hit the road to open the
North American tour schedule for Usher and Kanye West. 

With SO AMAZIN’ on the horizon,
Christina is also gearing up for the release of her next movie project.  Pulse, (Weinstein Company) a horror
mystery thriller directed by Jim Sonzero (War
Of the Angels), and based on Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Japanese film Kairo, is scheduled for release in
July.  Pulse marks
Christina’s 8th major film role since 1990, the most recent of which were
Elmore Leonard’s Be Cool (2005,
with John Travolta and Uma Thurman), Man Of
the House (2005, with Tommy Lee Jones), video director Joseph
Kahn’s Torque (2004, with Ice
Cube and Dane Cook), Troy Beyer’s Love
Don’t Cost a Thing (2003, with Nick Cannon), and Ashton Root’s Durango Kids (1999, with Larry
Drake).  “Singing and acting are both my passions,” she has said of her
twin career paths, “and they go hand in hand.”

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