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Jessie J reveals new album “Sweet Talker” credits

22 Sep

Jessie J - Sweet Talker

Jessie J has revealed the songwriting credits for her upcoming album.

The British singer/songwriter – born Jessica Cornish – is scheduled to release “Sweet Talker” on October 13 via Lava / Republic Records.

Current single “Burnin’ Up” – featuring 2 Chainz – was written by Jessie J along with Andreas “Axident” Schuller, Eric “Wallpaper” Frederic, Chloe Angelides, Jacob Kasher, Rickard Göransson, and Gamal Lewis.

Other album songwriters include Elle Varner (Miguel, Emeli Sande), Jenna Andrews (Marsha Ambrosius, The Band Perry), Wayne Hector (Ella Eyre, Paloma Faith), and Sevyn Streeter (Ariana Grande, Chris Brown).

On the production front, Jessie J has teamed up with Pop & Oak (Usher, K. Michelle), Jonas Jeberg (Amerie, Kylie Minogue), Tricky Stewart (Ciara, Kelly Rowland) and Steve Mac (Ella Henderson, Leona Lewis).

“Sweet Talker” serves as the follow-up to 2013’s “Alive,” which peaked at number three on the UK Albums Chart and featured three hit singles in the shape of “Wild,” “It’s My Party” and “Thunder.”

Peep the songwriting credits for “Sweet Talker” below.

“Ain’t Been Done”
Written By: (David Gamson / Emily Warren / Scott Harris).

“Burnin’ Up” (featuring 2 Chainz)
Written By: (Jessica Cornish / Andreas “Axident” Schuller / Eric “Wallpaper” Frederic / Chloe Angelides / Jacob Kasher Hindlin / Rickard Göransson / Gamal Lewis).

“Sweet Talker”
Written By: (Jessica Cornish / Alessia DeGasperis Brigante / Yonatan Ayal / Maxime Picard / Clement Picard / Thomas “Diplo” Pentz / James Somani).

“Bang Bang” (with Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj)
Written By: (Savan Kotecha / Rickard Goransson / Max Martin).

“Fire”
Written By: (John Newman / Steve Booker).

“Personal”
Written By: (Elle Varner / Jenna Andrews / William Wiik Larsen).

“Masterpiece”
Written By: (Emily Warren / Britt Burton / Josh Alexander).

“Seal Me With a Kiss” (featuring De La Soul)
Written By: (Jessica Cornish / Warren “Oak” Felder / Andrew “Pop” Wansel / George Clinton / Philippe Wynne / Kelvin Mercer / Dave Jolicoeur).

“Said Too Much”
Written By: (Jessica Cornish / Jonas Jeberg / Jason Evigan / Sean Douglas).

“Loud” (featuring Lindsey Stirling)
Written By: (Terius “The-Dream” Nash / Christopher “Tricky” Stewart).

“Keep Us Together”
Written By: (Amber “Sevyn” Streeter / Louis Biancaniello / Cory Rooney / Stepan Taft / Ryan Vojtesak).

“Get Away”
Written By: (Jessica Cornish / Wayne Hector / Steve Mac)

“Your Loss I’m Found”
Written By: (Jessica Cornish / Kuk Harrell / Hidde Huijsman / Massimo Cacciapuoti / Michael van der Zanden).

“Strip”
Written By: (Jessica Cornish / Claude Kelly / Joshua “Ammo” Coleman).

“You Don’t Really Know Me”
Written By: (Jessica Cornish / Lewis Allen).

Jennifer Hudson unveils new album “JHUD” credits

19 Sep

Jennifer Hudson - JHUD

Jennifer Hudson has revealed the credits for her upcoming third album.

The R&B singer/songwriter is scheduled to release “JHUD” on September 23 via iTunes in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Records.

Current single “Dangerous” was written by Vanessa Kalala, Zale Epstein and Daniel Daley, Paul “Nineteen85” Jefferies and Stephen Kozmeniuk.

Album producers include Pharrell Williams (Ciara, Britney Spears), Timbaland (Aaliyah, Chris Brown), J-Roc (Beyonce, Justin Timberlake), Jerry Duplessis (Tank, K. Michelle) and Gorgon City (MNEK, Jess Glynne).

On the songwriting front, Hudson has teamed up with Andrea Martin (Fantasia, Leona Lewis), Lyrica Anderson (Tinashe, Christina Milian), Jim Beanz (Demi Lovato, Craig David) and David “Switch” Taylor (Beyonce, Rita Ora).

Peep the songwriting and production credits for “JHUD” below.

“Dangerous”
Written By: (Vanessa Kalala / Zale Epstein / Daniel Daley / Paul Jefferies / Stephen Kozmeniuk).
Produced By: (Nineteen85 / Stephen Kozmeniuk).

“It’s Your World” (featuring R. Kelly)
Written By: (Robert Kelly / Terry Hunter).
Produced By: (Terry Hunter).

“He Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere” (featuring Iggy Azalea).
Written By: (Pharrell Williams / Amethyst Kelly).
Produced By: (Pharrell Williams).

“Walk it Out” (featuring Timbaland)
Written By: (Jennifer Hudson / Lyrica Anderson / Jacob Luttrell / Chris Godbey / Mike Tompkins / James Washington / Jerome Harmon / Timothy Mosley).
Produced By: (Timbaland / J-Roc).

“I Can’t Describe” (featuring T.I.)
Written By: (Pharrell Williams / Clifford Harris).
Produced By: (Pharrell Williams).

“I Still Love You” (featuring Gorgon City)
Written By: (Andrea Martin / David Taylor / Kye Gibbon / Matthew Robson-Scott).
Produced By: (Gorgon City).

“Just That Type of Girl”
Written By: (Pharrell Williams).
Produced By: (Pharrell Williams).

“Bring Back the Music”
Written By: (Kourtney Pollard / Jerry “Wonda” Duplessis / Arden “Keyz” Altino).
Produced By: (Jerry “Wonda” Duplessis / Mali Music).

“Say It”
Written By: (Kourtney Pollard / Jerry “Wonda” Duplessis / Arden “Keyz” Altino).
Produced By: (Jerry “Wonda” Duplessis / Mali Music).

“Moan”
Written By: (Jennifer Hudson / Kourtney Pollard).
Produced By: (Mali Music).

Michelle Williams reveals new album “Journey to Freedom” credits

3 Sep

Journey to Freedom

Michelle Williams has revealed the songwriting credits for her upcoming album.

The singer/songwriter is scheduled to release her fourth studio collection “Journey to Freedom” on September 9 via Entertainment One Music.

Current single “Say Yes” – which features Beyonce and Kelly Rowland – is now available for download via iTunes and all other digital outlets.

“Journey to Freedom” was executive produced by Harmony “H-Money” Samuels, who also worked on the next projects by Jasmine V [Interscope], Teyana Taylor [Def Jam Recordings] and Jojo [Atlantic].

On the songwriting front, the follow-up to 2008’s “Unexpected” boasts contributions from Carmen Reece, Al Sherrod Lambert, Courtney Harrell, Lonny Bereal, David Brown, and Lecrae Moore.

Peep the songwriting credits for “Journey to Freedom” below.

“Need Your Help”
Written By: (Michelle Williams / Lonny Bereal / Harmony Samuels).

“Yes”
Written By: (Al Sherrod Lambert / David Brown / Harmony Samuels).

“Everything”
Written By: (Michelle Williams / Al Sherrod Lambert / David Brown / Harmony Samuels).

“Fall”
Written By: (Al Sherrod Lambert / Lonny Bereal / Lecrae Moore / Harmony Samuels).

“Fire”
Written By: (Courtney Harrell / Harmony Samuels).

“Free”
Written By: (Michelle Williams / Al Sherrod Lambert / Lonny Bereal / David Brown / Harmony Samuels).

“Just Like You”
Written By: (Courtney Harrell / Harmony Samuels).

“Beautiful”
Written By: (Courtney Harrell / Harmony Samuels).

“Believe in Me”
Written By: (Michelle Williams / Carmen Reece / Al Sherrod Lambert / Harmony Samuels).

“In the Morning”
Written By: (Courtney Harrell / Harmony Samuels).

“If We Had Your Eyes” (featuring Fantasia Barrino)
Written By: (Courtney Harrell / Al Sherrod Lambert / Harmony Samuels).

“Say Yes” (featuring Beyonce and Kelly Rowland)
Written By: (Michelle Williams / Carmen Reece / Al Sherrod Lambert / Harmony Samuels).

Taylor Swift confirms details for new album “1989”

19 Aug

Taylor Swift01

Taylor Swift has announced the details for her upcoming studio album.

The singer/songwriter christened her new collection “1989” and will release it on October 27 via Universal Music Group / Big Machine Records.

Lead single “Shake it Off” was co-written and produced by Max Martin and Shellback, who previously teamed up with the artist on hit singles “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and “I Knew You Were Trouble.”

Its accompanying music video was helmed by Mark Romanek, whose credits include Madonna’s “Bedtime Story” [Warner Bros. Records], Janet Jackson’s “If” [Virgin Records] and Fiona Apple’s “Criminal” [Columbia Records].

“1989” serves as the follow-up to 2012’s “Red,” which debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart.

Peep the tracklisting and songwriting credits for “1989” below.

“Welcome to New York”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Ryan “Alias” Tedder).

“Blank Spaces”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Max Martin / Karl Schuster).

“Style”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Ali Payami / Max Martin / Karl Schuster).

“Out of the Woods”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Jack Antonoff).

“All You Had to Do Was Stay”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Max Martin).

“Shake it Off”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Max Martin / Karl Schuster).

“I Wish You Would”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Jack Antonoff).

“Bad Blood”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Max Martin / Karl Schuster).

“Wildest Dreams”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Max Martin / Karl Schuster).

“How You Get the Girl”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Max Martin / Karl Schuster).

“This Love”
Written By: (Taylor Swift).

“I Know Places”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Ryan “Alias” Tedder).

“Clean”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Imogen Heap).

Deluxe Edition:

“Wonderland”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Max Martin / Karl Schuster).

“You Are in Love”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Jack Antonoff).

“New Romantics”
Written By: (Taylor Swift / Max Martin / Karl Schuster).

Liam Bailey reveals credits for debut album “Definitely Now”

15 Aug

Liam Bailey01

Liam Bailey has revealed the songwriting credits for his upcoming debut album.

The British singer/songwriter is scheduled to release “Definitely Now” on August 19 via Sony Music Entertainment / Masterworks / Flying Buddha Records.

Lead single “On My Mind” – written by Bailey along with Thomas Brenneck, Leon Michels, Nick Movoshon and Jeff Silverman – is now available for download via iTunes and all other digital outlets.

As previously reported, “Definitely Now” is executively produced by Salaam Remi, who also worked on the next projects by Jennifer Hudson [RCA Records], Ella Henderson [Syco Music] and Jazmine Sullivan [RCA Records].

The highly-anticipated LP yields further productions and songwriting contributions from Fraser T. Smith (Ella Eyre, Rebecca Ferguson), Zane Lowe (Sam Smith, Tinie Tempah) and Jonathan Shorten (Gabrielle, Joss Stone).

Peep the tracklisting and songwriting credits for “Definitely Now” below.

“On My Mind”
Written By: (Liam Bailey / Thomas Brenneck / Leon Michels / Nick Movoshon / Jeff Silverman).

“Breaking”
Written: (Liam Bailey).

“Fool Boy”
Written By: (Liam Bailey / Fraser T. Smith).

“Black Moon”
Written By: (Liam Bailey / Ben Kumar / Leon Michels).

“Villain”
Written By: (Liam Bailey / Salaam Remi).

“Autumn Leaves”
Written By: (Liam Bailey / Adam Coney / Jon Thorne).

“So…? Maybe Love”
Written By: (Liam Bailey / Bassy Bob Brockman / Sharief Hobley).

“Battle Hymn of Central London”
Written By: (Liam Bailey / Sam Genders).

“So, Down Cold”
Written By: (Liam Bailey / Tom Danvers).

“Crazy Situation”
Written By: (Liam Bailey).

“Summer Rain”
Written By: (Liam Bailey / Sam Genders).

“Sail with Ease”
Written By: (Liam Bailey / Naville Malcome / Jonathan Shorten / Richie Stevens).

“Stun Me”
Written By: (Liam Bailey / Sam Genders).

“Walking Out”
Written By: (Liam Bailey / Zane Lowe).

Gorgon City reveal debut album “Sirens” credits

12 Aug

Gorgon City - Sirens

Gorgon City have revealed the songwriting credits for their debut album.

The British electronic music production duo – consisting of Kye “Foamo” Gibbon and Matt “RackNRuin” Robson-Scott – are scheduled to release “Sirens” on October 6 via Black Butter Records / Virgin EMI Records.

Current single “Here for You” – featuring vocals from Laura Welsh – debuted at number seven on the UK Singles Chart.

“Sirens” boasts further guest appearances from Erik Hassle [Republic Records], Maverick Sabre [Island Records], Katy B [Columbia Records], Jennifer Hudson [RCA Records] and MNEK [Virgin EMI Records].

Songwriting contributors include Jonny Coffer (Tanika, Joel Compass), Emeli Sande (Alicia Keys, Elle Varner), Kiesza (Rihanna, Diplo), James Napier (Sam Smith, Jess Glynne) and Mojam (James Arthur, Leona Lewis).

Peep the tracklisting and songwriting credits for “Sirens” below.

“Coming Home” (featuring Maverick Sabre)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Michael Stafford, Jonny Coffer).

“Ready For Your Love” (featuring MNEK)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Uzoechi Emenike).

“Lover Like You” (featuring Katy B)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Kathleen Brien, Jonny Coffer).

“Here For You” (featuring Laura Welsh)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Laura Welsh, Uzoechi Emenike).

“FTPA” (featuring Erik Hassle)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Erik Hassle, Daniel Ledinsky, Jonny Coffer).

“Go All Night” (featuring Jennifer Hudson)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Kiesa Rae Ellestad).

“Unmissable” (featuring Zak Abel)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Jonny Coffer, James Napier).

“Real” (featuring Yasmin)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Yasmin Shahmir).

“Imagination” (featuring Katy Menditta)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Katy Menditta, Emeli Sande, Mustafa Omer, James Murray).

“6AM” (featuring Tish Hyman)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Latisha Hyman).

“Elevate” (featuring Anne-Marie)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Ed Thomas, Martyna Baker).

“Take It All” (featuring The Six)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kybe Gibbon, Richard Boardman, Robert Harvey, Cleo Tighe, Daniel Boyle).

“Hard On Me” (featuring Maverick Sabre)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Michael Stafford, Jonny Coffer).

Deluxe Version

“Try Me Out” (featuring Anne-Marie)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Anne-Marie Nicholson, James Newman, Jonny Coffer).

“No More” (featuring LIV)
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Olivia Redmond, Fred Falke, Brian Higgins,Toby Scott).

“Here For You” (featuring Laura Welsh) [VEVO Stripped Session]
Written By: (Matthew Robson-Scott, Kye Gibbon, Laura Welsh, Uzoechi Emenike).

“Doing It Wrong” (featuring LIV)
Written By: (Aubrey Graham, Noah Shebib, Don McLean).

Alex Clare reveals new album “Three Hearts” credits

30 Jul

Alex Clare

Alex Clare has revealed the official songwriting credits for his new album.

The British singer/songwriter will release his sophomore collection “Three Hearts” in the United Kindgom on August 11 via Island Records.

Lead single “War Rages On” was co-written and produced by Steve Booker, whose resume includes works for Rebecca Ferguson [Syco Music], John Newman [Island Records] and Pixie Lott [Virgin EMI Records].

Other album contributors include Dan Wilson (Adele, Taylor Swift), Mr. Hudson (Kanye West, Miley Cyrus) and Matt Hales (Lianne La Havas, Kina Grannis).

“Three Hearts” serves as the follow-up to 2011’s “The Lateness of The Hour,” which peaked at number seventeen on the UK Albums Chart and featured international hit single “Too Close.”

Peep the songwriting credits for “Three Hearts” below.

“Never Let You Go”
Written By: (Alex Clare / Antony Genn / Martin Slattery).

“Three Hearts”
Written By: (Alex Clare / Dan Wilson).

“Take You Back”
Written By: (Alex Clare / Mr. Hudson).

“Heavy Hands”
Written By: (Alex Clare / Matt Hales).

“Just a Man”
Written By: (Alex Clare / Jim Duguid).

“The Story”
Written By: (Alex Clare / Antony Genn / Martin Slattery).

“Not in Vain”
Written By: (Alex Clare / Matt Hales).

“Sparks”
Written By: (Alex Clare / Matt Hales).

“War Rages On”
Written By: (Alex Clare / Steve Booker).

“Unconditional”
Written By: (Alex Clare / Jim Duguid).

“So Deep”
Written By: (Alex Clare / Antony Genn / Martin Slattery).

“Holding On”
Written By: (Alex Clare / Antony Genn / Martin Slattery).

“Addicted to Love”
Written By: (Robert Palmer).