Rachel Platten hits the studio with Evan “Kidd” Bogart, Mick Schultz

16 Jun

American singer/songwriter Rachel Platten has enlisted Evan “Kidd” Bogart and Mick Schultz for a new collaboration.

Schultz’s production credits include Jeremih’s “Birthday Sex,” Zendaya’a “Replay,” SoMo’s “Show Off,” Jessie James’ “Psycho Girlfriend,” Jenna Andrews’ “Oil & Water,” Rihanna’s “Desperado,” and Lights’ “Giants.”

Meanwhile, Bogart previously co-wrote “Hey Hey Hallelujah” for Platten alongside Caroline Ailin, Zukhan Bey, and Emanuel Kiriakou. The Andy Grammer-featuring track appears on Platten’s 2016 album “Wildfire,” which peaked to number five on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart.

His extensive resume boasts additional works with Madonna (“Ghosttown”), Britney Spears (“Love Me Down”), Rihanna (“S.O.S.”), Leona Lewis (“Happy”), Jesse McCartney (“My Baby”), Fleur East (“Love Me or Leave Me Alone”), Jason Derulo (“It Girl”), Demi Lovato (“I Hate You, Don’t Leave Me”), Lizzo (“Phone”), Olivia Holt (“History”) and ZZ Ward (“Domino”).

Platten, on the other hand, is expected to release her fourth album later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further productions from Jonathan “The Rabbi” Levine (Kat Dahlia), Ryan Tedder (Hailee Steinfeld), MSTR ROGERS (Rita Ora), Jason Evigan (Nick Jonas), Warren Felder (Kelly Clarkson), Gian Stone (Shawn Hook) and Jonas Jeberg (Selena Gomez).

Among the songwriters expected to appear on the album are Asia Whiteacre (Hey Violet), Sean Douglas (Big Boi), Fransisca Hall (Ellla Eyre), Johnny McDaid (Ed Sheeran), Leland (Allie X) and Scott Harris (Melanie Martinez).

Stream the audio clip for “Hey Hey Hallelujah” below.

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