10. Teen Dream - Toy (1987)
Brown Mark wrote and produced the track “Toy” for R&B/Pop group Teen Dream; from the album “Let’s Get Busy” . (1987)
9. Teen Dream - Puppy Love (1987)
Brown Mark wrote and produced the track “Puppy Love” for R&B/Pop group Teen Dream; from the album “Let’s Get Busy” . (1987)
8. Lakeside - Relationship (1987)
Brown Mark penned the track “Relationship” for Lakeside’s 1987 album “Power”. However, Brown Mark didn’t produce the track.
7. Mazarati - Stroke (1986)
Created by Prince and The Revolution bassist and protégé BrownMark in 1984, MAZARATI was the first act to be signed to Paisley Park/Warner Bros. Records, and soon after released their first self- titled album, “MAZARATI 1”, with members Sir Casey Terry, Marr Starr, Craig “ Screamer” Powell, Tony Christian, Aaron “Ace” Paul Keith, Jerome “Romeo”Woodson and Kevin “Kal” Patrick, and co-produced by BrownMark, Prince and David Rivkin.
6. Changes - Stacy Lattisaw (1988)
Brown Mark produced and co-wrote the album track “Changes” for Stacy Lattisaw’s 1988 “Personal Attention” album. Even though the song was never released as a single it totally stands out as one of the superior tracks. Johnny Gill also appears on Changes on backing vocals.
4. Happy Relationship - Troop (1988)
Brown Mark wrote and produced the track “Happy Relationship” for R&B group Troop’s self titled album from 1988.
3. I've Been Watching You - Chico Debarge (1987)
Brown Mark wrote and produced “I’ve Been Watching You” for Chico Debarge from his second album Kiss Serious from 1988. I’ve Been Watching You peaked at #43 on the Billboard R&B Charts.
2. Players Ball - Mazarati (1986)
“Players Ball” by Mazarati was Brown Mark first production project outside of Prince and The Revolution. Recorded in 1986 on Paisley Park Brown Mark began to get noticed among Prince fans for his own signature funk sound.
1. 100 Mph Mazarati - (1985)
100 MPH is the third song on Mazarati‘s first album Mazarati, and, three months after the album’s release, 100 MPH was released as the album’s second single. Even though 100 MPH was written by Prince after seeing the band live, Brown Mark was the actual producer on the date. 100 MPH peaked at #19 on BillBoard R&B Charts.