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Joy Crookes teams with Shea Taylor for new collaboration

3 Aug

Joy Crookes has teamed up with Shea Taylor for a new collaboration.

The American record producer and songwriter is known for her helming Beyonce’s “Love On Top,” Mariah Carey’s “A No No,” Frank Ocean’s “Thinkin’ Bout You,” Ne-Yo’s “Lazy Love,” K. Michelle’s “Love ‘Em All,” Nicole Scherzinger’s “Happily Never After,” and Bridget Kelly’s “Street Dreaming.”

Taylor’s extensive resume boasts additional works with Rihanna (“James Joint”), Lianne La Havas (“Midnight”), Daley (“Blame the World”), Rita Ora (“Uneasy”), Janet Jackson (“Discipline”), Solange (“Told You So”), Brooke Candy (“Pop Rock”) and Paula DeAnda (“When It Was Me”).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Crookes is expected to release her upcoming project later this year via Speakerbox Recordings / Insanity Records.

The still-untitled collection reportedly features additional contributions from Laconic (Olivia Holt, Zak Abel), Hannah Yadi (Claudia Valentina, Dan Caplen), Jay Mooncie (Mullally, Kara Marni) and Future Cut (Kate Stewart, Mae Muller).

Crookes’ latest EP “Perceptions” – including singles “London Mine,” “Since I Left You” and “No Hands” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Watch the music video for “Don’t Let Me Down” below.

 

Tori Kelly unwraps tracklisting for new album “Inspired By True Events”

1 Aug

American singer, songwriter and record producer Tori Kelly has unwrapped the tracklisting for her upcoming album, “Inspired By True Events,” which will arrive on August 9 via Schoolboy Records / Capitol Records.

Current promotional single “Language” – which was produced by Tori Kelly and Jimmy Napes and written by Kelly alongside Audra Mae and Justin Tranter – is now available via Apple Music and all other digital streaming platforms.

The highly-anticipated project features additional productions and songwriting contributions from Noel Zancanella, Tayla Parx, Nate Campany, Britten Newbill, Mike Elizondo, Hayley Warner, Bruno Major, and Ashley Gorley.

See the tracklisting for “Inspired By True Events” below.

(1) Coffee / (2) 12/16/1992 / (3) Change Your Mind / (4) Language / (5) 2 Places / (6) 8/28/1997 / (7) Kid I Used to Know / (8) Pretty Fades / (9) 3/2/1991 / (10) Sorry Would Go a Long Way / (11) Actress / (12) The Lie / (13) Until I Think of You / (14) 3/26/1994 / (15) our Words / (16) Before the Dawn

 

Sinead Harnett reveals details for debut album “Lessons in Love”

1 Aug

Sinead Harnett has revealed the details for her upcoming debut album.

The British singer/songwriter christened her first studio collection “Lessons in Love” and will release it on September 20 via Bad Music.

Current single “Pulling Away” (featuring Gallant) – which was co-written by Hayley Gene Penner and produced by Stint – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The highly-anticipated project also features previous singles “Lessons” (produced by JD. Reid), “Leo Bear” (produced by Maths Time Joy), “By Myself” (produced by Stint) and “If You Let Me” (produced by Grades).

Other musicians expected to appear on “Lessons in Love” are Cass Lowe, Katy B, Loxe, Future Cut, Illangelo, Doc McKinney, Alan Sampson, Michael Angelo, Autumn Rowe, Rodney Jerkins, Marlon Roudette, P2J, Ari PenSmith.

See the tracklisting for “Lessons in Love” below.

(1) Lessons / (2) Leo Bear / (3) Pulling Away / (4) If You Let Me / (5) No Pressure / (6) All That You Are / (7) Be the One (Interlude) / (8) By Myself / (9) Too Good for a Bad Thing / (10) Him Too / (11) Living / (12) Walking Away

Justin Timberlake reunites with Rob Knox for new collaboration

1 Aug

Justin Timberlake has reunited with Rob Knox for a new collaboration.

The American record producer (born Robin Tadross) previously teamed up with Timberlake on “Morning Light” (featuring Alicia Keys), “The Hard Stuff,” “Dress On,” “Body Count” and “Blindness,” taken from the albums “Man of the Wood” (2018) and “The 20/20 Experience” (2013), respectively.

Timberlake also worked with Knox on songs performed by other artists, namely Ciara (“Love Sex Magic” and “G is for Girl”), Rihanna (“Cold Case Love” and “Hole in My Head”), Leona Lewis (“Don’t Let Me Down”) and Esmee Denters (“Bigger Than The World” and “Follow My Lead”).

Timberlake’s current promotional single “Soulmate” – which was co-written by James Fauntleroy and produced by Nineteen85 – is now available via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

His upcoming sixth studio collection – featuring songwriting contributions from Sarah Aarons – is expected to arrive later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Records.

Stream the audio clip for “Morning Light” below.

 

Kara Marni drafts RuthAnne for new collaboration

26 Jul

British recording artist Kara Marni has drafted RuthAnne for a new collaboration.

The Irish singer/songwriter (born Ruth-Anne Cunningham) is known for penning Jojo’s “Too Little, Too Late,” Katharine McPhee’s “Over It,” Martin Garrix’s “In the Name of Love,” Leona Lewis’ “Perfection,” Britney Spears’ “Work Bitch,” Niall Horan’s “Slow Hands,” and John Legend’s “No Place Like Home.”

RuthAnne’s current promotional single “Superman” – which she co-wrote with Dave Richardson and Justin Osuji – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Marni’s upcoming project – featuring previous promotional singles “Move,” “Lose My Love” and “Opposite” – is expected to arrive later this year via Access Records.

On the follow-up to 2018’s “Love Just Ain’t Enough,” Marni has also worked with songwriters and producers including The Invisible Men, Autumn Rowe, Jay Mooncie, Chiara Hunter, Dayyon Alexander, Harloe, and Culture x Tones.

Stream the audio clip for “Superman” below.

 

Hamzaa teams up with Stint, Trey Campbell for new collaboration

24 Jul

British singer/songwriter Cassandra-Malika Hamza, known mononymously as Hamzaa, has teamed up with Trey Campbell and Stint for a new collaboration.

Campbell’s songwriting resume boasts works with Banks (“Look What You’re Doing To Me”), Ella Mai (“Found”), Adam Lambert (“Two Fux”), Bebe Rexha (“Atmosphere”), Maad (“Black Ice”), Guy Sebastian (“Stay In Bed”), Inna (“Heaven”) and Black Saint (“Don’t Wreck My Holiday”).

Meanwhile, Stint (born Ajay Bhattacharyya) is responsible for producing Sinead Harnett’s “Pulling Away,” Alina Baraz’s “Tainted,” Sabrina Claudio’s “Unravel Me,” Demi Lovato’s “Tell Me You Love Me,” Jessie Ware’s “Alone,” Nao’s “Don’t Change,” Tei Shi’s “A Kiss Goodbye,” and Janelle Monae’s “Unbreakable.”

Hamzaa’s upcoming project – featuring further productions and songwriting contributions from TMS, Emile Haynie, Dayyon Alexander, Laconic, Aston Rudi, Fred Cox, MNEK, Iain James, and Tre Jean-Marie – is expected to arrive later this year via Parlophone Records.

Her current promotional single “London” – which was co-written and produced by Ollie Green – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Stream the audio clip for “London” below.

 

Dua Lipa enlists Theron Thomas, Danja for new collaboration

22 Jul

British singer/songwriter Dua Lipa has enlisted the songwriting and production services for Theron Thomas and Nathaniel “Danja” Hills.

Thomas’ recent songwriting credits include Pia Mia’s “Crybaby,” Chris Brown’s “Wobble Up,” Lizzo’s “Juice,” Kim Petras’ “Personal Hell,” Big Boi’s “Doin It,” Shenseea’s “Blessed,” Ciara’s “Freak Me,” and Becky G’s “Green Light Go.”

Meanwhile, Danja’s production resume boasts works with Britney Spears (“Gimme More”), Justin Timberlake (“Say Something”), Madonna (“4 Minutes”), Nelly Furtado (“Promiscuous”), Pink (“Sober”), Katharine McPhee (“Love Story”), Mariah Carey (“Migrate”) and Cassie (“Official Girl”).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Dua Lipa’s upcoming sophomore album is expected to arrive later this year via Warner Music Group / Warner Bros. Records.

The still-untitled collection reportedly features further contributions from Koz, Sarah Hudson, Pharrell Williams, Emily Warren, Jason Evigan, Tove Lo, Fred Ball, Caroline Ailin, Joel Little, Kennedi, Dayyon Alexander, Tayla Parx, Nile Rodgers, Kamille, Justin Tranter, Sasha Sloan, Grades, and Lindy Robbins.

Watch the music video for “Electricity” below.