Hollywood, CA – After informing us, alongside Snoop Dogg, that “You Made Me Change My Number,” then letting us know that “We Can Do Whatever,” pop/R&B recording artist A.M.X. is turning the heat up to high and proving that he will always be the one that “She Likes.” “She Likes,” the artist’s third single, is a lush, steamy, seductive testimony to A.M.X.’s arrival.
Accompanied by a torrid video, the single is a prelude to A.M.X.’s upcoming remix of his original mixtape, “Broken Halo.” Where the original mixtape reflected a more hard core hip hop edge, and featured Sean Brown, Shorty Mack and Bizzy Bone from Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, the remix of “Broken Halo” allows A.M.X. to explore his vast musical roots with broad chord arrangements, live instrumentals and more pop appeal.
Directed by Sean Alexander, “She Likes” the video serves to seal the deal with A.M.X.’s female demographics. Showing his more sensual side, A.M.X. swoons and croons with passion and sensitivity.
“As a new artist,” expresses A.M.X. “I am dedicated to my listeners. But as a man, I sing to women because I love women. I want them to feel and know this through my music, my lyrics and my soul. If “She Likes,” then I like!”
A.M.X. pounced on the music scene with a determination to have his voice heard. His monster single “We Can Do Whatever,” produced by Brian “Chazz” Padilla, is a dance club hit. His debut effort was the Snoop Dogg laced, “You Made Me Change My Number,” produced by the Grammy Award nominated Da Internz. A.M.X’s mixtape, “Broken Halo,” was downloaded over 90,000 times on Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes. A.M.X. has been touring internationally and nationally in support of his career, opening for Boyz II Men, Joe, Ginuwine, SWV, Dru Hill and most recently R. Kelly.
Find out why “She Likes” A.M.X. on iTunes at
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/she-likes-single/id569628781. Visit A.M.X. online at http://www.whoisamx.com/index.html and watch the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVzSa7iEJX0.