American recording artist Marcus Canty has unveiled the official production credits for his upcoming mini album, “This…Is Marcus Canty,” which is due in the United States on March 5 via Sony Music Entertainment / Epic Records.
New single “Used By You” was produced by Antario Holmes and Jordan “Infinity” Suecof, whose credits include “Watch Me Work” by Melanie Fiona [Universal Music Group / Republic Records] and “Take Me As I Am” by Mary J. Blige [Universal Music Group / Geffen Records].
Other musicians backing Canty on the project are Harmony “H-Money” Samuels (Fantasia, Chris Brown), Kenneth “Soundz” Coby (LeToya Luckett, Ciara Harris), Charles “Chuck Harmony” Harmon (Jennifer Hudson, Toni Braxton) and The Underdogs: Harvey Mason Jr. & Damon Thomas (Brandy, Justin Timberlake).
Marcus Canty – This…Is Marcus Canty [Tracklisting and Songwriting Credits]:
“In & Out” – produced by Harmony “H-Money” Samuels.
“Don’t Pass Me By” – produced by Antario Homes & Jordan “Infinity” Suecof.
“Used By You” – produced by Antario Homes & Jordan “Infinity” Suecof.
“Tonight” – produced by Charles “Chuck Harmony” Harmon.
“Three Words” – produced by Harmony “H-Money” Samuels.
“Not Looking” – produced by Kenneth “Soundz” Coby.
“Stay in Love” – produced by The Underdogs.
Cee Lo Green has premiered the music video for his new single online.
“Only You” – which features Lauriana Mae – is taken from the singer/songwriter’s upcoming as-yet-untitled studio album, which serves as the follow-up to 2010’s “Lady Killer” [Warner Music Group / Roadrunner Records / Elektra Records].
The track was co-written by Holly Brook Hafermann – better known as Skylar Grey – whose credits include “Love the Way You Lie” by Eminem featuring Rihanna [Universal Music Group / Interscope Records] and “Castle Walls” by T.I. featuring Christina Aguilera [Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records].
American recording artist Jennifer Lopez has collaborated with Future for her upcoming as-yet-untitled eighth studio album, which serves as the follow-up to 2011’s “Love” [Universal Music Group / Island Def Jam Recordings].
The Atlanta-based rapper – real name Nayvadius Wilburn – is known for co-writing and producing tracks such as “Love Song” by Rihanna [Universal Music Group / Island Def Jam Recordings] and “Wake Up, No Makeup” by Ciara [Sony Music Entertainment / Epic Records].
He also confirmed placements on the next albums by Usher [Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Records], Shakira [Sony Music Entertainment / Epic Records] and Monica [Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Records].
Meanwhile, the new collection by Jennifer Lopez is confirmed to sport further alliances from Nadir “RedOne” Khayat (Enrique Iglesias, Priyanka Chopra), Sandy “Vee” Wilhelm (Leona Lewis, Nicole Scherzinger) and Dreamlab: Leah Haywood & Daniel Pringle (Nikki Williams, Demi Lovato).
Singer/songwriter Elle Varner has started work on her upcoming sophomore album, which serves as the follow-up to 2012’s “Perfectly Imperfect” [Sony Music Entertainment / MBK Entertainment / RCA Records].
Production on the still-untitled project is headed by frequent collaborators Warren “Oak” Felder (Marsha Ambrosius, Toni Braxton), Andrew “Pop” Wansel (Chris Brown, Usher Raymond), Ronny “Flip” Colson (Miley Cyrus, Wiz Khalifa) and Steve “Ace” Mostyn (Alicia Keys, Emeli Sande).
As previously reported, Varner has christened “Not Tonight” as the next single from “Perfectly Imperfect.” The album debuted at number four on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart. It also delivered hit singles “Only Wanna Give It to You” (featuring J. Cole), “Refill,” “I Don’t Care” and “Oh What a Night.”
Singer/songwriter Jordin Sparks has teamed up with Neff-U for her upcoming as-yet-untitled fourth album, which serves as the follow-up to 2009’s “Battlefield” [Sony Music Entertainment / Jive Records].
The hitmaker – real name Theron Otis Feemster – is responsible for co-writing and producing tracks such as “Work That” by Mary J. Blige [Universal Music Group / Geffen Records], “(I Like) The Way You Love Me” by Michael Jackson [Sony Music Entertainment / Epic Records] and “If I Was God” by Natalia Kills [Universal Music Group / Interscope Records].
Meanwhile, other producers backing Sparks on the new collection are Da Internz: Marcos Palacios & Ernest Clark (Kelly Rowland, Cassie Ventura), Warren “Oak” Felder (Keri Hilson, Sterling Simms), Andrew “Pop” Wansel (Marsha Ambrosius, Wiz Khalifa), Salaam Remi (Tamia Washington, Meleni Smith) and Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins (Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson).
Songwriters include Olivia “Livvi Franc” Waithe (Priyanka Chopra, Christina Aguilera), Sean “Elijah Blake” Fenton (Justin Bieber, Keyshia Cole), Edwin “Lil’ Eddie” Serrano (Kylie Minogue, Nelly Furtado), Lindy Robbins (Toni Braxton, Jason Derulo) and Amber “Sevyn” Streeter (Kevin McCall, Estelle Swaray).
Misha B has released the official lyric video for her new single online.
“Here’s to Everything (Ooh La La)” marks the third promotional single from the British singer/songwriter’s upcoming debut album, which is scheduled for release later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / Relentless Records.
As previously reported, the debut collection by Misha B will feature productions from TMS: Ben Kohn, Peter Kelleher & Thomas Barnes (Jessica Cornish, Olly Murs), Shahid “Naughty Boy” Khan (Leona Lewis, Cheryl Cole), Mr. Hudson (Kanye West, Pixie Lott) and Fraser T. Smith (Britney Spears, Craig David).
Songwriters include Emeli Sande (Fantasia Barrino, Alicia Keys), Ayak Thiik (Tinie Tempah, Kelly Rowland), Iain “Sparx” James (Nicola Roberts, Ginny Blackmore), Sophie Stern (Conor Maynard, Britney Spears) and Michael “Mike Del Rio” Gonzalez (Christina Aguilera, Skylar Grey).
Tiny Dancer has unveiled the music video for new single online.
“Who Am I” marks the lead single from the British singer/songwriter’s upcoming mini album, scheduled for release later this year via Croydon Boy Records.
Production on the still-untitled project is headed by Wayne Wilkins, whose songwriting and production credits include “Battlefield” by Jordin Sparks [Sony Music Entertainment / Jive Records], “The Flood” by Cheryl Cole [Universal Music Group / Polydor Records] and “Sweet Dreams” by Beyonce Knowles [Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records].