Mollie King has added Autumn Rowe and Patrick “J. Que” Smith to the list of songwriters for her upcoming debut album.
Rowe previously co-wrote “30 Days” for the Saturdays along with hitmaker Steve Mac. The track peaked to number seven on the UK Singles Chart.
Her other credits include Zendaya’s “Only When You’re Close” [Hollywood], The Knocks’ “Collect My Love” f/ Alex Newell [Big Beat], Leona Lewis’ “Your Hallelujah” [Syco] and Little Mix’s “Red Planet” [Columbia].
Meanwhile, J. Que is responsible for co-writing Ariana Grande’s “Baby I” [Republic], Tamar Braxton’s “Where it Hurts” [Epic], Beyonce’s “Dreaming” [Columbia] and Justin Bieber’s “Catching Feelings” [Def Jam].
As mentioned in earlier posts, King signed a solo deal with Island Records and will release her first studio collection next year.
The still-untitled project reportedly delivers additional songwriting contributions from Taylor Parks (Jason Derulo), Chelcee Grimes (Fleur East), Nicola Roberts (Joel Compass) and James Newman (Ella Eyre).
Watch the music video for “30 Days” below.