Raye enlists Jin Jin, Fraser T. Smith for new promotional single “Decline”

28 Oct

Raye has announced the details for her new promotional single.

The British singer/songwriter (real name Rachel Keen) christened “Decline” as the next promotional cut from her upcoming project under Polydor Records and will release it on November 3rd via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written by regular collaborator Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, whose other credits include Yebba’s “Evergreen,” Jonas Blue’s “We Could Go Back,” Kiesza’s “Don’t Want You Back,” Dom McAllister’s “Only One,” Little Mix’s “Grown,” and Jess Glynne’s “Hold My Hand.”

Production duties on “Decline” were handled by Fraser T. Smith, who is also responsible for Stormzy’s “Blinded by Your Grace,” Ray BLK’s “Baby Girlz,” Calum Scott’s “Rhythm Inside,” Dakota’s “Long Hot Summer,” Gavin James’ “Bitter Pill,” and Craig David’s “Heartline (Acoustic).”

As mentioned in earlier posts, Raye is expected to release her debut studio collection early next year via Universal Music Group / Polydor Records.

As a songwriter, she recently co-penned Justine Skye’s “Don’t Think About It” alongside fellow recording artist RØMANS and UK production team TMS (aka Peter “Merf” Kelleher, Benjamin Kohn, and Thomas “Froe” Barnes).

Raye also provided guest vocals on “Glue” by Canadian electronic music duo Somewhere Else, which is composed of record producer Carlo “Illangelo” Montagnese and songwriter, fashion stylist, and designer Billy Walsh.

Stream the audio clip for “Glue” below.

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