Bobby Brown’s Ex Manager Tells SHOCKING Final INCIDENT That Made Him QUIT!
Bobby Brown’s former manager, Steven Machat (who’s also a well known entertainment attorney and label owner), has worked with a versatile group of celebs throughout the years- ranging from the likes of Michael Jackson, The Rolling Stones, Suge Knight, David Copperfield, etc., but it was his span with Bobby B. that was apparently one of the more turned up moments of his career. In fact, it was so ‘turned up’ that he quit. When you see why you’re gonna flip out…
MACHAT ON THE CALM BEFORE THE FINAL STORM w/BOBBY B.
In an interview with DazedDigital, Steven Machat (pictured above) revealed his real reasons for cutting all ties with Bobby Brown. But first he shared some background their working relationship... MACHAT ON HIS SHAPING OF BOBBY'S SOLO CAREER
“My Dad (Marty Machat) and I handled Phil Spector. When I oversaw the production of 'Don’t Be Cruel', I sought to invoke the same spirit that Spector had created in the 60s – teenage angst, plain and simple. The single ‘Don't Be Cruel’ has both my name and my father's name credited on it as the management. He died shortly before the release of the disc. It was my tribute to him."BOBBY WROTE "MY PREROGATIVE" AT THEN-MANAGER'S HOUSE
Steven Machat: "The song ‘My Prerogative’ was written in my house as Bobby didn’t go to see "Beetlejuice" with me that Saturday afternoon. ‘Get busy’, the words he shouts at the start, are what my then wife's mother yelled at Bobby as he stayed home to put lyrics to the instrumental version of the song Teddy Riley gave us."
BUT HE SHOCKED THE HELL OUTTA US WHEN HE REVEALED THE INCIDENT THAT MADE HIM QUIT>>>
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