Kara Marni drafts Cadenza for new collaboration

6 Dec

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Kara Marni has teamed up with Cadenza for a new collaboration.

The British record producer and songwriter (born Oliver Rodigan) recently helmed Jorja Smith’s “Be Honest” (featuring Burna Boy) alongside Amira “Miraa May” Benameur and Andron “IzyBeats” Cross.

Cadenza’s resume boasts additional works with Rita Ora (“Falling to Pieces”), Tala (“Alchemy”), Corella (“Talk”), RuthAnne (“Liquid”), Bad Gyal (“Santa Maria”), AJ Tracey (“Plan B”) and Rag’n’Bone Man (“Healed”).

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Meanwhile, Kara’s most recent EP “No Logic” – featuring 7 songs in the shape of “Lose My Love,” “Opposite,” “Caught Up,” “All Night, Pt. I,” “No Logic,” “Lay Your Blame,” and “All Night, Pt. II” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Her upcoming project reportedly boasts additional contributions from Loxe, Carmen Reece, Mike Woods, Ruth-Anne Cunningham, Che Pope, Jay Mooncie, Autumn Rowe, Dayyon Alexander, Chiara Hunter, and Sons of Sonix.

Watch the music video for “Caught Up” below.

Teyana Taylor unleashes new single “We Got Love”

6 Dec

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Teyana Taylor has unleashed her new single online.

“We Got Love” – which samples The Younghearts’ “We’ve Got Love (You Better Believe It)” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written by Denisia “Blu June” Andrews and Brittany “Chi” Coney of Nova Wav, who previously teamed up with Taylor on “K.T.S.E.” singles “Gonna Love Me,” “Issues / Hold On” and “WTP.”

Production duties on “We Got Love” were collectively handled by Kanye West alongside Boogz Da Beast (Dave East, John Legend), E*vax (Jay-Z, Kid Kudi), Mike Dean (Madonna, Christina Aguilera), Seven Aurelius (Alicia Keys, Mariah Carey) and Johan Lenox (Nas, Alessia Cara).

Taylor’s upcoming, and currently untitled, album – featuring previous singles “How You Want It?” and “Morning” – is expected to arrive later this year via Getting Out of Your Dreams / Def Jam Recordings.

Stream the audio clip for “We Got Love” below.

 

Camila Cabello delivers second studio album “Romance”

6 Dec

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Camila Cabello has delivered her second studio album online.

“Romance” – featuring singles “Liar,” “Shameless,” “Cry for Me,” “Easy,” “Living Proof” and “Senorita” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The new project features productions from The Monsters & Strangerz, Andrew Watt. Frank Dukes, Louis Bell, Benny Blanco, Cashmere Cat, Jon Bellion, DJ HardWerk, Carter Lang, Westen Weiss, John Hill, and Mattman & Robin.

On the songwriting front, Cabello has worked with Ali Tamposi, Justin Tranter, Nate Mercereau, Ricky Reed, Charli XCX, Jack Patterson, Crystal Nicole, Ryan Tedder, Sam Romans, Dayyon Alexander, and Amy Wadge.

See the tracklisting for “Romance” below.

(1) Shameless / (2) Living Proof / (3) Should’ve Said It / (4) My Oh My / (5) Senorita / (6) Liar / (7) Bad Kind of Butterflies / (8) Easy / (9) Feel It Twice / (10) Dream of You / (11) Cry for Me / (12) This Love / (13) Used To This / (14) First Man

Stream “Romance” below.

Jada Kingdom releases new single “Heavy”

6 Dec

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Jamaican singer/songwriter Jada Ashanti Murphy, known professionally as Jada Kingdom, has released her new single online.

“Heavy” – which was collectively produced by DJ Papis and Acero MC – is now available via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

Jada’s upcoming project under Twinkle Media / Pop Style Music reportedly features additional contributions from P2J (Jaz Karis, Doja Cat), Marlon Roudette (Mabel, Sinead Harnett) and Cadenza (Kara Marni, Jorja Smith).

Stream the audio clip for “Heavy” below.

Mabel shares music video for new single “Loneliest Time of Year”

6 Dec

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Mabel has shared the music video for her new single online.

The British singer/songwriter posted the visual clip for “Loneliest Time of Year” to her Vevo channel on Friday (06 December 2019).

The track was co-written by Kamille “Kamille” Purcell (Sam Smith, Lianne La Havas), Nayla “Sillkey” Nyassa (Ray BLK, Jaz Karis), Uzoechi “MNEK” Emenike (Kelis, Christina Aguilera) and Tre Jean-Marie (Ella Eyre, Paloma Faith).

Mabel’s debut studio album, “High Expectations,” was released in August this year via Polydor Records. The collection peaked to number three on the UK Albums Chart and spawned singles “Don’t Call Me Up” and “Mad Love.”

Watch the music video for “Loneliest Time of Year” below.

Alicia Keys confirms title for new album

5 Dec

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Alicia Keys has confirmed the title for her upcoming album.

The American singer, songwriter, and record producer christened her seventh studio collection “A.L.I.C.I.A” and will release it in early 2020 via RCA Records.

Current promotional single “Time Machine” – which was co-written by Coleridge “Sebastian Kole” Tillman and Robin “Rob Knox” Tadross – is now available via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

The follow-up to 2016’s “Here” reportedly features additional productions and songwriting contributions from Tricky Stewart, Pierre Medor, Jeremiah Bethea, Emeli Sande, Linda Perry, Arrow Benjamin, and Fred Ball.

Watch the music video for “Time Machine” below.

Jojo premieres music video for new single “Sabotage”

5 Dec

Jojo has premiered the music video for her new single online.

The visual clip for “Sabotage” was posted to the American singer/songwriter’s YouTube channel on Wednesday (04 December 2019).

The Chika-featuring track was co-written by fellow recording artist Merna Bishouty alongside Dan Wilson (Halsey, John Legend), Doc McKinney (Drake, Mary J. Blige) and Sir Dylan (Solange, The Weeknd).

Jojo’s forthcoming album – featuring previous single “Joanna” (which was co-written by Rebekah “Rose Gold” Muhammad, Natalie Dunn and Jeffrey “Jeff Gitty” Gitelman) – is expected to arrive early next year via Warner Records.

The follow-up to 2016’s “Mad Love” reportedly features additional contributions from Jermaine Dupri, Bryan Michael Cox, Diane Warren, Malay, Stacy Barthe, Jamie Hartman, Diana Gordon, Sebastian Kole, Isabella Kearney-Nurse, Oak Felder, Lowell, Max Wolfgang, and Stint.

Watch the music video for “Sabotage” below.