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Rudimental’s new single “I Will for Love” remixed by MNEK

6 Sep


Rudimental’s new single has been remixed by MNEK.

The British drum and bass band – consisting of members Amir Amor, Kesi Dryden, Piers Agget, and DJ Locksmith – posted “I Will for Love (MNEK Remix)” to their SoundCloud channel on Friday (September 04, 2015).

“I Will for Love” – featuring vocals from singer/songwriter Will Heard – is lifted from Rudimental’s upcoming sophomore album “We the Generation.”

MNEK previously collaborated with Rudimental on “Home” singles “Baby” and “Spoons.” He also co-wrote “Rumor Mill” with Jess Glynne and provided guest vocals on “We the Generation” track “Common Emotion.”

His debut mini-collection “Small Talk” – featuring singles “Wrote a Song About You,” “The Rhythm,” “In Your Clouds” and “Every Little Word” – is now available for download via iTunes in partnership with Virgin EMI Records.

Meanwhile, Rudimental are scheduled to release “We the Generation” on September 18 through Major Tom’s Music and Atlantic Records.

The keenly-awaited project boasts further guest appearances from Lianne La Havas (“Needn’t Speak”), Ella Eyre (“Too Cool”), Sinead Harnett (“Treading on Water”), Annie-Marie (“Foreign World”) and Ed Sheeran (“Bloodstream”).

Listen to “I Will for Love (MNEK Remix)” below.

Melissa Steel’s new single “You Love Me?” gets a Di Genius remix

15 Aug


Melissa Steel’s new single has been remixed by Di Genius.

The British songbird posted the re-produced clip for “You Love Me?” – featuring Assassin – to her YouTube channel on Friday (August 13, 2015).

“You Love Me?” marks the second promotional cut from Steel’s upcoming debut album under Disturbing London and Atlantic Records.

The track – available for download from September 11 through iTunes (UK) – was originally co-written by ROMANS (Mary J. Blige, John Legend) and produced by Rodney Jerkins (Alicia Keys, Mariah Carey).

Di Genius – real name Stephen McGregor – recently produced and co-wrote “Midnight” for British singer/songwriter Lianne La Havas along with Sam Dew (Rihanna, Bridget Kelly) and Shea Taylor (Beyonce, Nicole Scherzinger).

Other notable works by the Jamaican record producer and songwriter are with Nelly Furtado (“Don’t Leave Me”), Sean Paul (“Dat You Like”), Mali Music (“One”), Katy B (“Little Red Light”) and Matisyahu (“Smash Lies”).

Listen to the Di Genius-remix for “You Love Me?” below.

Janet Jackson’s “No Sleeep” gets a Two Inch Punch remix

3 Aug


Janet Jackson’s new single has been remixed by Two Inch Punch.

The British record producer and songwriter posted the reworking audio clip for “No Sleeep” to his SoundCloud channel on Monday (August 03, 2015).

“No Sleeep” marks the first promotional cut from Jackson’s upcoming album under Rhythm Nation Records and BMG Rights Management.

The track – now available for download via iTunes – was originally helmed by Jackson and regular collaborators Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, with additional production duties by Dwayne “Dem Jointz” Abernathy.

Two Inch Punch is known for co-writing and producing Years & Years’ “Desire” [Polydor], Sam Smith’s “Money on My Mind” [Capitol], Ella Eyre’s “Deeper” [Virgin EMI] and Jessie Ware’s “Say You Love Me” [Island].

Other notable works by the hitmaker – real name Benjamin Ash – are with Becky Hill (“Caution to the Wind”), Moko (“With You”), Anne-Marie (“Gemini”), Lulu James (“Sweetest Thing”) and Indiana (“Heart on Fire”).

Furthermore, he has contributed to the next projects by Raye [Polydor Records], Kacy Hill [G.O.O.D. Music], Sinead Harnett [Virgin EMI Records], Ava Lily [Naughty Records] and M.O. [Operator Records].

Listen to the Two Inch Punch remix of “No Sleeep” below.

La Roux’s new single “Kiss And Not Tell” remixed by Two Inch Punch

24 Sep

La Roux

La Roux’s new single has been remixed by Two Inch Punch.

“Kiss And Not Tell” is lifted from the British singer/songwriter’s second studio collection, “Trouble in Paradise,” out now via Polydor Records.

The track was written by La Roux – born Elly Jackson – along with Ian Sherwin, Ben Langmaid and Darren Berry.

Two Inch Punch is known for collaborating with artists including Sam Smith [Capitol Records], Lianne La Havas [Warner Bros. Records], Mikky Ekko [RCA Records], Ed Sheeran [Atlantic Records] and Miguel [RCA Records].

Some of his notable songwriting and production credits include Ella Eyre’s “Deeper” [Virgin EMI Records], Becky Hill’s “Caution to the Wind” [Parlophone Records] and Jessie Ware’s “Say You Love Me” [Island Records].

Watch the music video for “Kiss And Not Tell” below.

Jessie Ware’s new single “Say You Love Me” remixed by Gorgon City

19 Sep

Jessie Ware

Jessie Ware’s new single has been remixed by Gorgon City.

“Say You Love Me” is lifted from the singer/songwriter’s sophomore album, “Tough Love,” out on October 13 via PMR / Island Records.

The track – available for download from September 28 via iTunes (UK) – was written by Ware and Ed Sheeran along with Benny Blanco and Two Inch Punch.

Gorgon City – consisting of members Kye “Foamo” Gibbon and Matthew “RackNRuin” Robson-Scott – are known for their hit singles “Ready for Your Love,” “Here for You” and “Unmissable.”

Their debut album “Sirens” is scheduled for release on October 7 via Black Butter Records in partnership with Universal Music Group / Virgin EMI Records.

The highly-anticipated LP will boast guest appearances from Jennifer Hudson [RCA Records], MNEK [Virgin EMI Records], Laura Welsh [Polydor Records], Maverick Sabre [Island Records] and Katy B [Columbia Records].

Watch the music video for “Say You Love Me” below.

Ella Eyre new single “If I Go” remixed by Mojam

9 Jun


Ella Eyre’s new single has been remixed by British production duo Mojam.

“If I Go” marks the first promotional single from the singer/songwriter’s upcoming as-yet-untitled debut album, which is scheduled for release on October 6 via Universal Music Group / Virgin EMI Records.

The track – available for download from July 13 via iTunes (UK) – was written by Ella Eyre, Natalia Hajjara and Jarrad Rogers, whose resume includes works for Rebecca Ferguson [Syco Music] and Demi Lovato [Hollywood Records].

Mojam – consisting of members Mustafa Omer and James Murray – are known for helming James Arthur’s “Get Down” [Syco Music], Emeli Sande’s “Mountains” [EMI Virgin Records] and Cheryl Cole’s “Boys” [Polydor Records].

They have also confirmed songwriting and production placements on the next albums by Natasha Bedingfield [Sony Music Entertainment / Epic Records] and Tanika [Universal Music Group / Virgin EMI Records].

Listen to the Mojam remix of “If I Go” below.

John Newman unleashes “Out of My Head” Naughty Boy Remix

6 Mar


John Newman’s new single has been remixed by Naughty Boy.

The British singer/songwriter christened “Out of My Head” as the fourth promotional single from his debut album, “Tribute.”

The track – available for download from April 06 via iTunes – was written by John Newman along with regular collaborator Steve Booker.

Naughty Boy is known for co-writing and producing Emeli Sade’s “Next to Me” [EMI Virgin Records], Fantasia’s “Side Effects of You” [RCA Records], Rihanna’s “Half of Me” [Island Records] and Alesha Dixon’s “Radio” [Asylum Records].

He also confirmed placements on the next albums by Lily Allen [Parlophone Records], Ella Eyre [Virgin EMI Records], Tanika Bailey [Capitol Records], Kat Dahlia [Epic Records] and Kwabs [Atlantic Records].

Listen to the Naughty Boy remix of John Newman’s “Out of My Head” below.

Gabrielle releases Naughty Boy remix for breakout single ‘Dreams’

9 Oct


Gabrielle has released a new remix to her breakout single “Dreams.”

The British singer/songwriter posted the Naughty Boy-produced track to her official YouTube Channel on Wednesday (October 09, 2013).

Her upcoming collection “Now and Always: 20 Years of Dreaming” will be released on November 25 via Universal Music Group / Island Records.

Meanwhile, Naughty Boy’s debut album “Hotel Cabana” is now available for download via EMI / Virgin Records. The set – which debuted at number two on the UK Albums Chart – features singles “Wonder (w / Emeli Sande),” “La La La (w / Sam Smith)” and “Think About It (w / Wiz Khalifa & Ella Eyre).”

As a music producer, he confirmed placements on the next albums by James Arthur [Syco Music], Kat Dahlia [Vested in Culture / Epic Records], Lily Allen [Parlophone Records], Britney Spears [RCA Records], Mutya Keisha Siobhan [Polydor Records] and Tanika Bailey [Virgin Records].

Mutya Keisha Siobhan unveil MNEK remix for ‘Flatline’

23 Aug


Mutya Keisha Siobhan have unveiled a new remix online.

MNEK posted the remix for “Flatline” to his official SoundCloud page.

The British singer/songwriter/producer – born Uzoechi Emenike – has also collaborated with MKS for their upcoming album, out in early 2014 via Universal Music Group / Polydor Records.

His other credits include A*M*E [Sony Music Entertainment / Epic Records], Charli XCX [Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records], The Saturdays [Universal Music Group / Fascination Records], Little Mix [Syco Music / Columbia Records] and Rudimental [Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records].

“Flatline” – written by group members Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy along with Devonte “Blood Orange” Hynes – will be available for download on September 15 via iTunes and all other digital outlets.

Girls Aloud team up with Jim Eliot for ‘Something New’ Remix

29 Oct

Girls Aloud have unveiled a new remix to their comeback single “Something New.”

The track – written by Wayne Hector along with Xenomania members Brian Higgins, Tim Deal, Matt Gray and Carla Marie Williams – has been reworked by Jim Eliot of Kish Mauve, whose credits include “2 Hearts” by Kylie Minogue [EMI Music Group / Parlophone Records], “Anything Could Happen” by Ellie Goulding [Universal Music Group / Polydor Records] and “Heart Skips a Beat” by Olly Murs [Sony Music Entertainment / Syco Music / Epic Records].

“Something New” also marks the lead single from the British-Irish group’s upcoming Greatest Hits Compilation, “Ten,” which is due in the United Kingdom on November 26 via Universal Music Group / Fascination Records.