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Anne-Marie drafts Tayla Parx, Jussifer for new collaboration

6 Jul

British singer/songwriter Anne-Marie Nicholson, known mononymously as Anne-Marie, has drafted Tayla Parx and Jussifer for a new collaboration.

Besides releasing her debut album “We Need To Talk” earlier this year via Atlantic Records, Parx has also penned songs for Ariana Grande (“7 Rings”), Janelle Monae (“I Like It”), Alicia Keys (“In Common”), Jojo (“Fuck Apologies”), Christina Aguilera (“Accelerate”) and Mariah Carey (“Infinity”).

Meanwhile, Jussifer’s production resume boasts works with Bebe Rexha (“I’m a Mess”), Kelly Clarkson (“Whole Lotta Woman”), X Ambassadors (“Recover”), Kim Petras (“Got My Number”), Hey Violet (“About Last Night”), Guy Sebastian (“About Last Night”) and Skyler Stecker (“How Did We”).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Anne-Marie is expected to release her upcoming sophomore album, which serves as the follow-up to 2018’s “Speak Your Mind,” later this year via Major Tom’s Music / Asylum Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly features additional alliances with Louis Bell (Rita Ora, Post Malone), Jennifer Decilveo (Ella Henderson, Dan Caplen), Fred Ball (Mariah Carey, Toni Braxt), Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett (Ella Eyre, Jess Glynne), TMS (Raye, Dua Lipa) and Eyelar (Little Mix, Era Istrefi).

Stream “We Need To Talk” below.

 

Anne-Marie teams up with Louis Bell for new collaboration

17 Feb

British singer/songwriter Anne-Marie Nicholson, professionally known as Anne-Marie, has teamed up with Louis Bell for a new collaboration.

The American record producer and songwriter is responsible for helming singles including “Havana” (Camila Cabello), “Rockstar” (Post Malone), “Wolves” (Selena Gomez), “I’ll Be There” (Jess Glynne), “Without Me” (Halsey), “Lost in Japan” (Shawn Mendes) and “Think About Us” (Little Mix).

Bell’s extensive resume boasts additional works with Justin Bieber (“Let Me Love You”), Selena Gomez (“It Ain’t Me”), Julia Michaels (“Into You”), Chris Brown (“Hands Up”), Bebe Rexha (“Steady”), Rita Ora (“Only Want You”), Cardi B (“Through Your Phone”) and 21 Savage (“All My Friends”).

Meanwhile, Anne-Marie’s current promotional single “Perfect to Me” – which was co-written by Jennifer Decilveo and Levi Lennox alonside Mike Woods and Kevin White of Rice n Peas – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

On the follow-up to 2018’s “Speak Your Mind,” Anne-Marie has also worked with songwriters and producers Fred Ball (Madonna, Hailee Steinfeld), Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett (Ella Eyre, Craig David), TMS (Era Istrefi, Dua Lipa) and Eyelar Mirzazadeh (Raye, Charli XCX).

Watch the music video for “Perfect to Me” below.

Anne-Marie reunites with Jennifer Decilveo for new collaboration

11 Feb

Anne-Marie has reunited with Jennifer Decilveo for a new collaboration.

The American Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer is responsible for helming Anne Marie’s “Ciao Adios” (w/ Mason “MdL” Levy and Tom Meredith), “Perfect to Me” (w/ Levi Lennox and Rice N Peas), “Can I Get Your Number” (w/ TMS) and “Some People” (w/ Fred Ball).

Decilveo’s resume boasts additional works with Bibi Bourelly (“White House”), Michelle Branch (“Temporary Feeling”), Diana Gordon (“Bleed Out”), Rebecca Ferguson (“Superwoman”), Beth Ditto (“Fire”), Andra Day (“Rise Up”), Melanie Martinez (“Play Date”) and Rae Morris (“Rose Garden”).

Meanwhile, Anne-Marie’s upcoming sophomore studio collection and follow-up to 2018’s “Speak Your Mind” reportedly delivers further contributions from Fred Ball (Rihanna, Mariah Carey), Eyelar (Raye, Charli XCX), Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett (David Guetta, Jason Derulo) and TMS (Craig David, Jess Glynne).

Stream the audio clip for “Perfect to Me” below.

 

Anne-Marie reunites with TMS for new collaboration

25 Jan

Anne-Marie has reunited with TMS for a new collaboration.

The British production and songwriting trio – composed of Peter “Merf” Kelleher, Benjamin Kohn and Thomas “Froe” Barnes – previously teamed up with Anne-Marie on the Jennifer Decilveo-assisted “Can I Get Your Number?”

TMS are also responsible for Craig David’s “Change My Love,” Dua Lipa’s “Bad Together,” Paloma Faith’s “Your Ex,” Little Mix’s “The Cure,” Zac Samuel’s “Play it Cool,” Louisa Johnson’s “Best Behaviour,” James Arthur’s “You Deserve Better,” Kamille’s “Emotional,” and Olly Murs’s “Footsteps.”

Meanwhile, Anne-Marie’s upcoming sophomore album – featuring further contributions from Fred Ball, Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, and Eyelar Mirzazadeh – is expected to arrive later this year via Major Tom’s / Asylum Records.

Fans of TMS’s works should also keep an eye on the next projects by Hailee Steinfeld, Mabel McVey, Lewis Capaldi, Ellie Goulding, Nick Jonas, Rihanna, Louis Tomlinson, Sigrid, Era Istrefi, Hamzaa, Imani Williams, and Raye.

Stream the audio clip for “Can I Get Your Number?” below.

Anne-Marie reunites with Fred Ball for new collaboration

15 Jan

Anne-Marie has reunited with Fred Ball for a new collaboration.

Ball previously produced and co-wrote “Some People” for Anne-Marie alongside Jennifer Decilveo. The track appears on Anne-Marie’s debut album, “Speak Your Mind,” which is out now via Major Tom’s Music / Asylum Records.

The Norwegian Grammy-nominated record producer is also responsible for Mariah Carey’s “One Mo ‘Gen,” Jessie Reyez’s “Apple Juice,” Rihanna’s “Love on the Brain,” Toni Braxton’s “Deadwood,” Justine Skye’s “Heaven,” Zara Larsson’s “One Mississipi,” and Jessie Ware’s “Slow Me Down.”

Meanwhile, Anne-Marie is expected to release her sophomore album later this year. The still-untitled project follows 2018’s “Speak Your Mind,” which peaked to number three on the UK Albums Chart and spawned singles “Alarm,” “Then,” “Heavy,” “Friends,” “2002” and “Perfect.”

Fans of Fred Ball’s songwriting and production works should also keep an eye on the next releases by Madonna, Charli XCX, Ray BLK, Grace Carter, Laura Mvula, Elise Kasai, Harloe, Mae Muller, Era Istrefi, Roses Gabor, Mullally, Carly Rae Jepsen, Pixie Lott, Dan Caplen, and Arlissa.

Stream the audio clip for “Some People” below.

David Guetta reveals details for seventh album

24 Aug

David Guetta has revealed the details for his upcoming album.

The French DJ, record producer and songwriter christened his seventh studio collection “7” and will release it on September 14th via Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records (US) / Parlophone Records (UK).

The follow-up to to 2014’s “Listen” boasts guest appearances from Anne-Marie, Fouzia, Sia, Madison Beer, Bebe Rexha, Jason Derulo, Nicki Minaj, Saweetie, Justin Bieber, Stefflon Don, Ava Max, and Jess Glynne.

On the songwriting and production front, Guetta has teamed up with Stargate, Priscilla Renea, Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem, Kamille, Christopher Braide, Hillary Lindsey, Cirkut, Noonie Bao, Mike Eyal Aljadeff, and Sarah Aarons.

See the tracklisting for “7” below.

(1) “Don’t Leave Me Alone” / (2) “Battle” / (3) “Flames” / (4) “Blame It On Love” / (5) “Say My Name” / (6) “Goodbye” / (7) “I’m That Bitch” / (8) “Like I Do” / (9) “2U” / (10) “She Knows How To Love Me” / (11) “Motto” / (12) “Drive” / (13) “Para que te quedes” / (14) “Let It Be Me” / (15) “Light Headed”

 

Rudimental confirm details for third album

25 Jun

Rudimental have confirmed the details for their upcoming album.

The British drum and bass band – composed of Kesi Dryden, Amir Amor, DJ Locksmith and Piers Agget – have christened their third studio collection “Toast to Our Differences” and will release it on September 7th via Major Tom’s Music in partnership with Asylum Records (UK) and Atlantic Records (US).

Current promotional single “Let Me Live” – featuring Major Lazer, Anne-Marie, and Mr. Eazi – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The follow-up to 2015’s “We the Generation” boasts further guest appearances from Jess Glynne, Dan Caplen, Raye, Maverick Sabre, Yebba, Kevin Garrett, Shungudzo, James Arthur, Raphaella, Maleek Berry, Ladysmith, and Chronixx.

See the tracklisting for “Toast to Our Differences” below.

(1) Toast to Our Differences / (2) Let Me Live / (3) Walk Alone / (4) These Days [Skit] / (5) These Days / (6) Sun Comes Up / (7) 1by1 / (8) Last Time / (9) No Pain / (10) No Pain / (11) Scared of Love / (12) Summer of Love / (13) They Don’t Care About Us / (14) Do You Remember / (15) Leave it for Now / (16) Adrenaline