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Fleur East enlists Youthonix, Gavin Jones for new collaboration

21 Jun

British singer/songwriter Fleur East has enlisted Hanni “Youthonix” Ibrahim and Gavin Jones for a new collaboration.

Notable songwriting/production credits by Youthonix include Little Mix’s “Touch,” Tanika Bailey’s “Uphill Battle,” Conor Maynard’s “Talking About,” Ria Ritchie’s “Something About You,” Mali Music’s “Contradiction,” Professor Green’s “Forever Falling,” Raleigh Ritchie’s “I Can Change,” Prose’s “Run with Faith,” and Digital Farm Animals’ “Wanna Know.”

Meanwhile, Jones is known for co-writing Rox’s “I Don’t Believe,” Alexandra Burke’s “Daylight Robbery,” Sweetbox’s “We Can Work it Out,” Pixie Lott’s “Raise Up,” Zara Larsson’s “Uncover,” Tinchy Stryder’s “I’m Landing,” Mohombi’s “Universe,” and Stefani Heinzman’s “No Substitute.”

East, on the other hand, is expected to drop her second album and follow-up to 2015’s “Love, Sax and Flashbacks” later this year via Syco Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further productions from Mac & Phil, Tre Jean-Marie, Laconic, DJ Freedo, M-Phazes, Leland, Mojam Music, Red Triangle, LOSTBOY, and Goldfingers.

On the songwriting front, East has worked with Maegan Cottone, Dayo Olatunji, Grace Tither, Tayla Parx, Fiona Bevan, Chiara Hunter, Hannah Wilson, Lauren Aquilina, Jessica Morgan, Sam Romans, Jacob Attwooll, Bryn Christopher, JHart, Talay Riley, BullySongs, and Philip Plested.

Stream “Love, Sax and Flashbacks” below.

Ella Eyre teams with Sigala for new single “Came Here for Love”

9 Jun

British singer/songwriter Ella Eyre has reunited Sigala for new single “Came Here for Love,” now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The pair previously teamed up on “Good Times,” taken from Eyre’s 2015 album “Feline,” which peaked to number thirty-seven on the UK Singles Chart.

“Came Here for Love,” on the other hand, was written by Ella Eyre and Bryn Christopher alongside the track’s producers Bruce “Sigala” Fielder, Scott “White N3rd” Wild, and Cedrick “Klingande” Steinmyller.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Eyre’s upcoming sophomore album is expected to arrive later this year via Universal Music Group / Virgin EMI Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly boasts productions from Jason Evigan, ADP, Jonny Coffer, Toby Gad, Jesse Shatkin, Emanuel Kiriakou, Jarrad Rogers, Andrew Goldstein, Jonas Jeberg, Two Inch Punch, Joel Little, Paul O’Duffy, Jim Duguid, Kid Harpoon, Crada, and Mojam Music.

On the songwriting front, Eyre has worked with Harloe, Lauren Christy, Fransisca Hall, Ilsey Juber, Emily Warren, Jin Jin, Becky Hill, Steph Jones, Dayo Olatunji, Sarah Aarons, Grace Barker, Caroline Ailin, Gina Kushka, Sean Douglas, Nate Campany, Philip Plested, Evan “Kidd” Bogart, and Sam Preston.

Stream the audio clip for “Came Here for Love” below.

Fleur East taps Grace Tither for sophomore album

2 May

Fleur East has tapped the songwriting services of Grace Tither for her upcoming sophomore album under Simon Cowell’s label Syco Music.

The British songstress’s credits include Zara Larsson’s “Secret,” Ella Eyre’s “Easy Go,” Brandon Beal’s “Cashflow,” Nabiha’s “Eleven Eleven,” Christian Amby’s “One More Time,” and Kato & Sigala’s “Show You Love.”

Tither’s resume boasts further works with producers Ki “KiFi” Fitzgerland, Tre Jean-Marie, Bhavik “Knightstarr” Pattani, James Flannigan, Mich “Cutfather” Hansen, Kasper Larsen, Josh Wilkinson, Duck Blackwell, Paul Harris, Michael Angelo, and Jez Ashurst.

The follow-up to 2015’s “Love, Sax and Flashbacks,” on the other hand, is expected to arrive later this yea via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers additional songwriting contributions from Maegan Cottone, Dayo Olatunji, Tayla Parx, Fiona Bevan, Chiara Hunter, Hannah Wilson, Lauren Aquilina, Jessica Morgan, Sam Romans, Jacob Attwooll, Bryn Christopher, JHart, Talay Riley, BullySongs, and Philip Plested.

Among the producers expected to appear on the album are Goldfingers, Tre Jean-Marie, Laconic, DJ Freedo, PRGRSHN, Ryden Carl, M-Phazes, Nana Rouges, Mojam Music, Red Triangle, TMS, and Mac & Phil.

Stream “Love, Sax and Flashbacks” below.

Fleur East works with Lauren Aquilina for sophomore album

4 Apr

Fleur East has added fellow recording artist Lauren Aquilina to the list of songwriters for her upcoming sophomore album.

The British singer/songwriter’s resume boasts works with acts and artists including Orla Gartland (“Expectations”), RAC (“3AM”), Kyan Kuatois (“Fading Star”) and Prides (“Strong Enough”). Additionally, she has contributed to the next projects by Liza Owen, Tamera Foster, and Kylie Minogue.

Aquilina’s debut album “Isn’t it Strange” – featuring singles “Midnight Mouths,” “Way Too Good,” “Kicks” and the TMS-assisted “How Would You Like It?” – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

Meanwhile, East is expected to release her sophomore studio collection later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony Music imprint Syco Music.

The follow-up to 2015’s “Love, Sax & Flashbacks” reportedly delivers further songwriting contributions from Hannah Wilson, Taylor Parks, Fiona Bevan, Chiara Hunter, Jacob Attwooll, Bryn Christopher, JHart, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Sam Romans, Talay Riley, Jin Jin, BullySongs, and Ella Henderson.

Stream “Isn’t it Strange” below.

Fleur East teams with Hannah Wilson for new collaboration

3 Apr

Fleur East has teamed up with Hannah Wilson for a new collaboration.

The London-based vocalist and songwriter – who is signed to independent music publishing, production and artist development company Phrased Differently – has previously worked with artists including Calum Scott [Capitol Records] and Lao Ra [Black Butter Records].

Wilson’s resume boasts additional works with producers and fellow songwriters Freedo (Little Mix’s “Down & Dirty”), Amish “ADP” Patel (Jojo’s “Good Thing”), James Newman (Digital Farm Animals’ “Digital Love”), Maegan Cottone (Britney Spears’ “Pretty Girls”) and Ki Fitzgerald (Lawson’s “Money”).

Meanwhile, East is expected to release her sophomore studio collection later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony Music imprint Syco Music.

The follow-up to 2015’s “Love, Sax & Flashbacks” reportedly delivers further songwriting contributions from Taylor Parks, Fiona Bevan, Chiara Hunter, Jacob Attwooll, Bryn Christopher, JHart, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Sam Romans, Talay Riley, Jin Jin, BullySongs, and Ella Henderson.

Watch the music video for “Sax” below.

Sigma hits the studio with Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Jean Baptiste Kouame

15 Mar

British drum and bass duo Sigma – composed of Joseph “Joe” Lenzie and Cameron “Cam” Edwards – have recorded new music with Eyelar Mirzazadeh and Jean Baptiste Kouame for their upcoming sophomore album.

Mirzazadeh previously featured on the track “Stay,” taken from Sigma’s debut album, 2015’s “Life.” She is also known for co-writing Charli XCX’s “After the Afterparty,” Diztortion’s “I’ll Be There,” Yellow Claw’s “Catch Me,” R3hab’s “Get Up,” Taya’s “Got Me Wondering,” and Redlight’s “Here with Me.”

Meanwhile, Kouame’s songwriting resume boasts works with Little Mix (“F.U.”), Kelis (“Scream”), AlunaGeorge (“Full Swing”), Rihanna (“Woo”), Nikki Minaj (“The Boys”), Madonna (“I’m a Sinner”), Rudimental (“Foreign World”), Leah McFall (“Home”), DJ Mustard (“Whole Lotta Lovin’”), Bonnie McKee (“Broken Record”), Laura Izibor (“Carousel”) and Sevyn Streeter (“It Won’t Stop”).

Sigma’s second studio collection, on the other hand, is expected to arrive later this year via Independent UK dance record label, 3BEAT Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further songwriting contributions from Sam Romans, Jamie Hartman, Cass Lowe, Paddy Byrne, Ollie Green, Shola Ama, Ed Drewett, Bryn Christopher, Chelcee Grimes, Jimmy Napes, Arrow Benjamin, Ina Wroldsen, Jamie Scott, Talay Riley, Chiara Hunter, Ed Thomas, Josh Record, Dantae Johnson, Max McElligott, and Jonny Harris.

Sigma’s debut album, 2015’s “Life,” peaked to number two on the UK Dance Albums Chart and spawned guest apperances from Jetta John-Hartley (“Slow Down”), Rita Ora (“Coming Home”), Labrinth (“Higher”), Ella Henderson (“Glitterball”) and Paloma Faith (“Changing”).

Watch the music video for “Find Me” below.

Sigma teams up with Talay Riley for new collaboration

3 Dec

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British drum and bass duo Sigma – composed of Joseph “Joe” Lenzie and Cameron “Cam” Edwards – have teamed up with singer-songwriter Talay Riley for a new collaboration.

Riley’s current single “Not Enough” – which was co-written by Kaveh Rastegar and produced by Andreas “Axident” Schuller – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

On the songwriting front, he has contributed to the next projects by Craig David [Sony Music], Fleur East [Syco], Jess Glynne [Atlantic], Zendaya [Republic], Keri Hilson [Zone 4 / Mosley Music] and Tamera Foster [Syco].

His previous credits include “Afterglow” (Wilkinson), “Last Dance” (Dua Lipa), “Levels” (Nick Jonas), “All the Way Down” (Kelela), “In My City” (Ellie Goulding) and “A Breath Away” (Clams Casino).

Meanwhile, Sigma are expected to release their sophomore album – featuring singles “Cry” and “Find Me” – in 2017 via 3BEAT Music.

In addition to Camille Purcell and TMS, the still-untitled project reportedly delivers alliances with Sam Romans, Digital Farm Animals, Ed Drewett, Bryn Christopher, Jamie Scott, and Ed Thomas.

Sigma’s debut studio collection, 2015’s “Life,” peaked to number two on the UK Dance Albums Chart and spawned guest apperances from Jetta (“Slow Down”), Rita Ora (“Coming Home”) and Paloma Faith (“Changing”).

Listen to the audio clip for “Not Enough” below.