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Lianne La Havas teases completion of new album

15 Jan

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Lianne La Havas has teased the completion of her upcoming album.

“It’s finished :-)” the British singer/songwriter posted to Instagram on Wednesday (15 January 2020).

The highly-anticipated project follows 2015’s “Blood,” which peaked to number two on the UK Albums Chart and spawned singles “Unstoppable” (produced by Paul Epworth) and “What You Don’t Do” (produced by Matt Hales and Al Shux).

On her third studio album, Havas has worked with songwriters and producers Bruno Major, Kito, Jeff Gitty, Kamille, Sam Crowe, Nao, Mark Guilina, Loxe, Andy Vickery, and Grades.

Watch the music video for “What You Don’t Do” below.

K. Michelle announces details for new album “All Monsters Are Human”

10 Jan

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K. Michelle has announced the details for her upcoming album.

The American singer/songwriter (born Kimberly Pate) dubbed her fifth studio collection “All Monsters Are Human” and will release it on 31 January via Entertainment One Music / No Color No Sound Records.

Current promotional single “The Rain” – which samples New Edition’s 1988 hit single “Can You Stand the Rain” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The follow-up to 2017’s “Kimberly: The People I Used to Know” also features contributions from Troy Taylor, Jazze Pha, Ronnie Jackson, Uforo Ebong, Darhyl “DJ” Camper,  Rico Love, Chad “C-Note” Roper , Drumma Boy, Gabrielle “Goldie” Nowee, and Louis York (aka Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony).

See the tracklisting for “All Monsters Are Human” below.

(1) Just Like Jay / (2) That Game / (3) The Rain / (4) All the Lovers / (5) Something New / (6) Ciara’s Prayer / (7) Omg / (8) Supahood / (9) Love on Me / (10) I Don’t Like You / (11) Table for One / (12) Can’t Let (You Get Away) / (13) The Worst

Amerie teases new album in 2020

1 Jan

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Amerie has teased a new album in 2020.

“Thank you so much for all the love. ‘1 Thing’ has been named one of the past decade’s best songs (although it came out in 2005 but hey!), & I’m happy it still makes you happy.🎈🎈🎈 And #AMarines get ready, bc a new album is in the works (in the vein of my first 2 albums) ✨ May God bless you & all your dreams,” the American singer/songwriter posted to Instagram.

Amerie’s last studio album, 2009’s “In Love and War,” peaked to number three on the US Billboard R&B/Hip Hop Albums Chart and spawned contributions from Carvin Haggins & Ivan Barrias (“Flowers”), Bryan Michael Cox (“Red Eye”), M-Phazes (“Different People”), Warryn Campell (“Higher”), Jonas Jeberg (“Dangerous”) and The Buchanans (“Why R U”).

In October 2018, Amerie dropped double project “4AM Mulholland” and “After 4AM” via Feeniix Rising Entertainment. The LPs have been called a “two-sided concept album draped in late-night vibes and musings on love.”

Watch the music video for “1 Thing” below.

Selena Gomez confirms title, release date, tracklisting for new album

13 Dec

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Selena Gomez has confirmed the details for her upcoming album.

The American singer, songwriter, and actress christened her next studio collection “Rare” and will release it 10 January 2020 via Interscope Records.

Lead singles “Look At Her Now” and “Lose You to Love Me” are now available via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

The album also features songwriting contributions from Madison Emiko Love, Leland, Caroline Ailin, Justin Tranter, Julia Michaels, Sean Douglas, Breyan Isaac, Julie Frost, Amy Allen, Steph Jones, Bebe Rexha, Simon Wilcox, Jasmine Thompson, Scott Harris, Chloe Angelides, and Liza Owen.

On the production front, Gomez has worked with Mattman & Robin, Ian Kirkpatrick, Nolan Lambroza, Jason Evigan, Alex Hope, Billboard, Rami Yacoub, David Pramik, MNEK, Jon Bellion, and The Monsters & Strangerz.

See the tracklisting for “Rare” below.

(1) Rare / (2) Dance Again / (3) Look At Her Now / (4) Lose You to Love Me / (5) Ring / (6) Vulnerable / (7) People You Know / (8) Let Me Get Me / (9) Crowded Room (featuring 6lack) / (10) Kinda Crazy / (11) Fun / (12) Cut You Off / (13) A Sweeter Place (featuring Kid Kudi)

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.

Dua Lipa confirms title for sophomore studio album

1 Dec

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Dua Lipa has confirmed the title for her upcoming sophomore album.

The British singer/songwriter christened her second studio collection “Future Nostalgia” and will release it via Warner Bros. Records.

Lead single “Don’t Start Now” – which was written by Dua Lipa alongside Caroline Ailin, Emily Warren and Ian Kirkpatrick – is now available via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

“Future Nostalgia” reportedly features additional songwriting contributions from from Julia Michaels, Sarah Hudson, Tove Lo, Kennedi, Tayla Parx, Kamille, Sarah Aarons, Ilsey Juber, Jozzy, Sasha Sloan, and Lindy Robbins.

On the production front, Dua Lipa has worked with Koz, Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers, Grades, King Henry, Ilya, Max Martin, Jason Evigan, Joel Little, Fred Ball, Danja, Supa Dups, Metro Boomin’, John Ryan, and Sly.

Watch the music video for “Don’t Start Now” below.

Camila Cabello reveals artwork, release date for sophomore album “Romance”

15 Nov

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Camila Cabello has revealed the artwork and release date for her new album.

The Cuban-American singer/songwriter christened her second studio collection “Romance” and will release it on December 6 via Syco Music / Epic Records.

Current promotional single “Living Proof” – which was co-written by Justin Tranter and Ali Tamposi and produced by Mattias Larsson and Robin Fredriksson (aka Mattman & Robin) – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Besides previous singles “Shameless,” “Liar,” “Easy,” and “Cry for Me,” the follow-up to 2018’s “Camila” also features productions and songwriting contributions from The Monsters & Strangerz, Andrew Watt, Jon Bellion, Frank Dukes, Louis Bell, Ryan Tedder, and John Hill.

Stream “Living Proof” below.