Olly Murs reveals new album “Never Been Better” credits

1 Oct

Olly Murs - Never Been Better

Olly Murs has revealed the official credits for his upcoming fourth album.

The British singer/songwriter is scheduled to release “Never Been Better” in the United Kingdom on November 24 via Syco Music / Epic Records.

Lead single “Wrapped Up” – featuring Travie McCoy – was co-written by Claude Kelly and Steve Robson, who previously teamed up with Murs on hit singles including “Troublemaker” and “Please Don’t Let Me Go.”

The follow-up to 2012’s “Right Place Right Time” boasts further songwriting contributions from Wayne Hector, Maegan Cottone, Iain James, John Newman, Sean Douglas, Mike Posner, Sam Romans, Martin Johnson, and Sam Hollander.

On the production front, Murs has teamed up with TMS, Steve Mac, Mich “Cutfather” Hansen, Peter Wallevik, Daniel Davidsen, Ryan “Alias” Tedder, Jason Evigan, Paul Weller, Jamie Scott, Toby Smith, and Matt Prime.

Peep the songwriting and production credits for “Never Been Better” below.

“Did You Miss Me”
Written By: (Olly Murs / Sean Douglas / Jason Evigan).
Produced By: (The Suspex).

“Wrapped Up” (featuring Travie McCoy)
Written By: (Olly Murs / Travie McCoy / Claude Kelly / Steve Robson).
Produced By: (Steve Robson).

“Beautiful to Me”
Written By: (Olly Murs / Martin Johnson / Sam Hollander / Steve Robson).
Produced By: (Steve Robson).

“Up” (featuring Demi Lovato)
Written By: (Wayne Hector / Maegan Cottone / Mich “Cutfather” Hansen / Daniel Davidsen / Peter Wallevik).
Produced By: (Mich “Cutfather” Hansen / Daniel Davidsen / Peter Wallevik).

“Seasons”
Written By: (Ryan “Alias” Tedder).
Produced By: (Ryan “Alias” Tedder).

“Nothing Without You”
Written By: (Olly Murs / Mike Posner / Iain “Sparx” James / Peter “Merf” Kelleher / Thomas “Froe” Barnes / Benjamin Kohn).
Produced By: (TMS).

“Never Been Better”
Written By: (Olly Murs / Wayne Hector / Peter “Merf” Kelleher / Thomas “Froe” Barnes / Benjamin Kohn).
Produced By: (TMS).

“Hope You Got What You Came For”
Written By: (Olly Murs / Wayne Hector / Steve Robson).
Produced By: (Steve Robson).

“Why Do I Love You”
Written By: (Olly Murs / Jamie Scott / Peter “Merf” Kelleher / Thomas “Froe” Barnes / Benjamin Kohn).
Produced By: (TMS).

“Stick with Me”
Written By: (John Newman / Wayne Hector / Steve Mac).
Produced By: (Steve Mac).

“Can’t Say No”
Written By: (Olly Murs / Claude Kelly / Steve Robson).
Produced By: (Steve Robson).

“Tomorrow”
“Hope You Got What You Came For”
Written By: (Olly Murs / Wayne Hector / Steve Robson).
Produced By: (Steve Robson).

“Let Me In”
Written By: (Olly Murs / Paul Weller).
Produced By: (Paul Weller).

“We Still Love”
Written By: (Olly Murs / Sam Romans / Steve Robson).
Produced By: (Steve Robson).

“Us Against the World”
Written By: (Olly Murs / Jamie Scott / Toby Smith).
Produced By: (Jamie Scott / Toby Smith).

“Ready for Love”
Written By: (Olly Murs / Phil Cook / Jamie Scott / Matt Prime).
Produced By: (Jamie Scott / Matt Prime).

“History”
Written By: (Olly Murs / Claude Kelly / Steve Robson).
Produced By: (Steve Robson).

Tamera Foster enlists Camille Purcell, Naughty Boy for debut album

1 Oct

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British recording artist Tamera Foster has enlisted the songwriting and production services of Camille Purcell and Naughty Boy for her debut LP.

Purcell is known for co-writing Ella Henderson’s “Glow” along with hitmaker Steve Mac. The track will be out on October 5 via iTunes (UK).

Her resume also includes works for Leona Lewis [Island Records], Rita Ora [Columbia Records], The Saturdays [Polydor Records], Jessie J [Republic Records] and Conor Maynard [Parlophone Records].

Meanwhile, Naughty Boy recently released his latest single “Pardon Me.” The track features Professor Green, Laura Mvula, Wilkinson and Ava Green.

He also contributed to the next projects by Mary J. Blige [Capitol Records], Emeli Sande [Virgin EMI Records], Rihanna [Roc Nation Records], Jess Glynne [Atlantic Records] and Pia Mia [Interscope Records].

As previously reported, Tamera Foster is signed to Simon Cowell’s label Syco Music. There’s no word on when her debut album will be released.

The still-untitled project reportedly yields further alliances with Future Cut (Ed Drewett, Whinnie Williams), Chelcee Grimes (Tulisa, Little Mix), MNEK (Rudimental, Kylie Minogue) and Iain James (Craig David, Olly Murs).

Watch Tamera’s Foster’s rendition of “Stay” by Rihanna below.

Bipolar Sunshine hits the studio with Chris Loco

1 Oct

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Bipolar Sunshine is making new music with Chris Loco.

There’s been no word on what the pair worked on last night, or whether the session was intended for another artist or Sunshine’s debut album.

Loco – born Chris Crowhurst – recently co-wrote and produced Professor Green’s “Lullaby,” which features vocals from singer/songwriter Tori Kelly. The track peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart.

His resume also includes works for Laura Welsh [Polydor Records], Kwabs [Atlantic Records], Ella Eyre [Virgin EMI Records], Kylie Minogue [Parlophone Records], Emeli Sande [Capitol Records] and Leona Lewis [Island Records].

Bipolar Sunshine, meanwhile, is currently prepping for the release of his debut LP on Aesthetic Recordings / Polydor Records.

The yet to be titled studio collection reportedly boasts collaborations with Fraser T. Smith (Liam Bailey, Rita Ora), Kid Harpoon (Eliza Doolittle, Jessie Ware) and Jonny Lattimer (Ellie Goulding, Sinead Harnett).

Listen to “Future (Part 1)” – featuring GoldLink – below.

Cheryl unleashes new single “I Don’t Care”

1 Oct

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Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has unleashed her new single online.

The British singer/songwriter posted the audio clip for “I Don’t Care” to her official Vevo page Wednesday (October 1, 2014).

“I Don’t Care” serves as the follow-up to previous single “Crazy Stupid Love,” which debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart.

The track was co-written by John Newman and Jocke Ahlund along with Bonnie McKee, whose credits include Rita Ora’s “How We Do (Party)” [Columbia], Ellie Goulding’s “Under Control” [Polydor] and Katy Perry’s “Roar” [Capitol].

Cheryl’s fourth studio collection “Only Human” is scheduled to hit stores and digital outlets later this year via Universal Music Group / Polydor Records.

The new LP features additional alliances with Wayne Wilkins (Beyonce, Keri Hilson), Camille Purcell (Pixie Lott, Ella Henderson), Lucas Secon (Cody Simpson, Olly Murs) and Sia Furler (Gwen Stefani, Kylie Minogue).

Listen to “I Don’t Care” below.

Angel reveals tracklist for new mini-album “Possession with Intent”

1 Oct

Angel

Angel has revealed the official tracklist for his upcoming mini-album.

The British singer, songwriter and record producer – born Sirach Charles – is scheduled to release “Possession with Intent” on October 12 via iTunes (UK) in partnership with Parallel Music Group / Island Records.

“Possession with Intent” serves as the follow-up to 2013’s “About Time,” which spawned hit singles including “Beautiful” and “Time After Time,” as well as collaborations with Parker Ighile, Frank Ocean, and James Fauntleroy.

Peep the tracklisting for “Possession with Intent” below.

“Intro”
“Don’t Like It” (featuring Stormzy)
“On the Low” (featuring Eric Bellinger & Wretch 32)
“Wrap You Up”
“Run This” (featuring Sneakbo)
“Rather Leave” (featuring Sonna Rele)
“Window” (featuring Burna Boy)
“Range”

Jessica Mauboy previews new single “Can I Get a Moment?”

1 Oct

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Jessica Mauboy has previewed her new single online.

The Australian singer/songwriter posted the mini-audio clip for “Can I Get a Moment?” to her official Vevo page on Tuesday (September 30, 2014).

“Can I Get a Moment?” was helmed by Carmen Reece, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds and Antonio Dixon along with Leon Thomas and Khristopher Riddick-Tynes of songwriting and production duo The Rascals.

The track will be available for download from October 17 via iTunes in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment Australia.

Preview “Can I Get a Moment” below.

Mila J unwraps artwork for new mini-album “Made in LA”

1 Oct

Mila J  -Made In La

Mila J has unwrapped the official artwork for her upcoming mini-album.

The R&B singer/songwriter – born Jamila Akiko Chilombo – is scheduled to release “Made In LA” on October 14 via Motown Records.

Current single “My Main” was co-written by Rock City (Fergie, Miley Cyrus) and produced by DJ Mustard (Rihanna, Charli XCX).

The track follows previous cut “Smoke, Drink, Break-Up,” which peaked at number 33 on the US Billboard Hot R&B / Hip-Hop Singles Chart.

Other songs slotted for inclusion on “Make in LA” are “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun,” “Champion,” “Pain in My Heart” and “Times Like These.”

Watch the music video for “Smoke, Drink, Break-Up” below.

Nicole Scherzinger debuts new single “Run”

1 Oct

Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole Scherzinger has debuted her new single online.

The singer/songwriter posted the audio clip for “Run” to her official Vevo page on Tuesday (September 30, 2014).

“Run” was written by Justin Tranter and Felix Snow along with Julia Michaels, who is also responsible for co-writing Kat Graham’s “Power” [A&M / Octone Records] and Fifth Harmony’s “Miss Movin’ On” [Syco Music / Epic Records].

In the United Kingdom, Scherzinger’s current single “On the Rocks” will be available for download from October 12 via iTunes.

Previous single “Your Love” – produced by The-Dream and Tricky Stewart – peaked at number eight on the UK Singles Chart.

“Big Fat Lie” is scheduled to hit stores and digital outlets in the United Kingdom on October 20 via RCA Records.

Listen to “Run” – out now via iTunes (US) – below.

Clean Bandit reunite with Jess Glynne for new single “Real Love”

1 Oct

Clean-Bandit

Clean Bandit have unveiled their new single online.

The British electronic music group posted the audio clip for “Real Love” to their official SoundCloud page on Tuesday (September 30, 2014).

“Real Love” – featuring Jess Glynne – serves as the follow-up to previous single “Come Over,” which peaked at number twelve on the UK Dance Charts.

The track was co-written by Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett (Tamera Foster, Melissa Steele) and co-produced by Starsmith (Joel Compass, Ellie Goulding).

Meanwhile, the repackaged edition of Clean Bandit’s debut album “New Eyes” is scheduled for release on November 24 via Black Butter / Atlantic Records.

Listen to “Real Love” – out on November 16 via iTunes (UK) – below.

Mayer Hawthorne releases “Crime” music video

1 Oct

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Mayer Hawthorne has released a new music video online.

The singer, songwriter and record producer posted the Rashida Jones-directed clip for “Crime” to his official Vevo page on Tuesday (September 30, 2014).

“Crime” – featuring Kendrick Lamar – is taken from the artist’s third album, “Where Does This Door Go,” out now via Republic Records.

The track was produced by Warren “Oak” Felder and Steve “Ace” Mostyn, who are also responsible for Ella Henderson’s “Give Your Heart Away” [Syco Music] and Jennifer Lopez’s “Expertease” [Capitol Records].

“Where Does This Door Go” also includes the Jessie Ware-assisted “Her Favorite Song” and Pharrell Williams-produced “Reach Out Richard.”

Watch the music video for “Crime” below.

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