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Andreya Triana releases new album “Life in Colour”

27 May

Andreya Triana has released her new studio collection online.

“Life in Colour” – featuring lead promotional single “Woman” – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

The new project boasts productions and songwriting contributions from Dimitri Tikovoi, Dee Adam, Bastian Langebaek, Jordan Thomas, Emelie Eriksson, Carl Ryden, Lloyd Hinshelwood, Anna Krantz, Nicolas Rebscher, and Troy Miller.

See the tracklisting for “Life in Colour” below.

(1) Woman / (2) I Give You My Heart / (3) Broke / (4) Freedom / (5) How Deep My Love Goes / (6) Do That for You / (7) Beautiful People / (8) Dance the Pain Away / (9) Something Real / (10) I’m Already Home / (11) It’s Gonna Be Alright

Jetta liberates new promotional single “Zoo”

25 May

British singer/songwriter Jetta John-Hartley, known mononymously as Jetta, has liberated her new promotional single online.

“Zoo” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was written by Jetta alongside Carl Ryden, whose resume boasts additional works with Steps (“Tears on the Dancefloor”), Nabiha (“Weapon”), Jessica Mauboy (“This Ain’t Love”) and The Saturdays (“Not Giving Up”).

Having released her debut mini-album in 2014 via Lava Records and Republic Records, Jetta’s next project is expected to arrive later this year via Lion’s Roar Records.

Stream the audio clip for “Zoo” below.

Andreya Triana debuts new single “Playing with Fire”

23 Aug

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Andreya Triana has debuted her new single online.

The British singer/songwriter posted the audio clip for “Playing with Fire” to her official YouTube channel on Friday (August 21, 2015).

“Playing with Fire” was written by Triana along with Carl Ryden (Nabiha, The Saturdays) and Marc Nelkin (Kesha, Corinne Bailey Rae).

Triana’s sophomore album “Giants” – featuring previous promotional cuts “That’s Alright with Me,” “Song for a Friend” and “Everything You Never Had” – is now available for download via iTunes in partnership with Counter Records.

That collection also boasts contributions from Matthew “Aqualung” Hales (Sara Bareilles, Jason Mraz), Dee Adam (Ria Ritchie, Alexandra Burke), Paul O’Duffy (Ella Eyre, Marlon Roudette) and Alan Nglish (Livvi Franc, CeeLo Green).

Listen to the audio clip for “Playing with Fire” below.

The Saturdays debut ‘Not Giving Up’ music video

19 Feb

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The Saturdays have debuted the music video for their new single online.

“Not Giving Up” is lifted from the group’s latest album, “Living for the Weekend,” out now via Universal Music Group / Fascination / Polydor Records.

The track – available for download from April 7 – was written by Antonio Egizii, Celetia Martin, David Musumeci, Carl Ryden, and Carla Williams.

“Not Giving Up” follows previous singles “30 Days,” “Gentleman” and “Disco Love.” The latter peaked at number 5 on the UK Singles Chart.

“Living for the Weekend” boasts productions and songwriting contributions from Steve Mac (Lily Allen, Nina Nesbitt), Autumn Rowe (Kwabs, Leona Lewis) and Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins (Trey Songz, Mariah Carey).

Watch the music video for “Not Giving Up” below.

The Saturdays confirm new single ‘Not Giving Up’

4 Feb

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The Saturdays have confirmed the details for their new single.

The British-Irish quintet christened “Not Giving Up” as the next single from their latest album, “Living for the Weekend,” out now via Polydor Records.

The track – available for download from March 16 – was written by Antonio Egizii, Celetia Martin, David Musumeci, Carl Ryden, and Carla Williams.

“Living for the Weekend” also includes previous single “Disco Love,” which peaked at number five on the UK Singles Chart.

Other album contributors include Rodney Jerkins (Mika, Sam Smith), Autumn Rowe (Leona Lewis, Nicole Scherzinger), Steve Mac (The Wanted, One Direction) and Priscilla Renea Hamilton (Rihanna, Cover Drive).

Watch the music video for “30 Days” below.

The Saturdays unveil new album ‘Living for the Weekend’ sampler

23 Sep

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The Saturdays have unveiled the official sampler for their upcoming album.

The English-Irish group will release “Living for the Weekend” on October 14 via Universal Music Group / Fascination / Polydor Records.

New single “Disco Love” – written by Pálmi Ragner Ásgeirsson, Ásgeir Orri Ásgeirsson, Saethór Kristjánsson and Adam Klein – will be available for download on October 6 via iTunes and all other digital outlers.

For the follow-up to 2011’s “On Your Radar,” The Saturdays have also collaborated with songwriters Autumn Rowe (Zendaya, Dionne Bromfield), Camille Purcell (Jessie J, Little Mix), Priscilla Renea Hamilton (Beyoncè, Alicia Keys) and Diane Warren (Toni Braxton, Mariah Carey).

Producers include Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins (Justin Bieber, Britney Spears), Steve Mac (Kelly Clarkson, Leona Lewis), Jim Jonsin (Nicole Scherzinger, Danity Kane), Carl Ryden (Luciana Caporaso, Charlie Brown) and The Jam: Michael Mani & Jordan Omley (Brandy, Raven Symone).

The Saturdays reveal credits for new album ‘Living for the Weekend’

15 Sep

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The Saturdays have revealed the official credits for their upcoming studio album.

The group will release “Living for the Weekend” in the United Kingdom on October 14 via Universal Music Group / Fascination / Polydor Records.

New single “Disco Love” – available for download from October 8 via iTunes and all other digital outlets – was written by Pálmi Ragner Ásgeirsson, Ásgeir Orri Ásgeirsson, Saethór Kristjánsson and Adam Klein.

Other songwriters on the new collection are Autumn Rowe (Zendaya, Cher Lloyd), Camille Purcell (Little Mix, Cover Drive), Priscilla Renea (Beyoncé, Alicia Keys), Celetia Martin (Ashley Tisdale, Conor Maynard), Lucie Silvas (Rachel Stevens, Katharine McPhee) and Diane Warren (Celine Dion, Whitney Houston).

Production duties were handled by The Jam: Michael Mani & Jordan Omley (Brandy, Raven Symone), Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins (John Legend, Kelly Rowland), Steve Mac (Kelly Clarkson, Leona Lewis), Jim Jonsin (Usher, Nicole Scherzinger) and Carl Ryden (Nabiha, Alexandra Burke).

The Saturdays – Living for the Weekend [Songwriting Credits]:
“What About Us” – (Camille Purcell / Ollie Jacobs / Philip Jacobs).
“Disco Love” – (Pálmi Ragner Ásgeirsson / Ásgeir Orri Ásgeirsson / Saethór Kristjánsson / Adam Klein).
“Gentleman” – (Priscilla Renea Hamilton / Lucas Nathanson / Scott Effman).
“Leave a Light On” – (Michael Mani / Jordan Omley).
“Not Giving Up” – (Antonio Egizii / Celetia Martin / David Musumeci / Carl Ryden).
“Lease My Love” – (Priscilla Renea Hamilton / Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins).
“30 Days” – (Autumn Rowe / Steve Mac).
“Anywhere With You” – (Una Healy / Mollie King / Frankie Sandford / Rochelle Humes / Vanessa White / David Schuler / Michael Mani / Jordan Omley).
“Problem with Love” – (Michael Mani / Jordan Omley / James Scheffer).
“You Don’t Have the Right” – (Diane Warren).
“Don’t Let Me Dance Alone” – (Una Healy / Mollie King / Frankie Sandford / Rochelle Humes / Vanessa White / David Schuler / Michael Mani / Jordan Omley).
“Somebody Else’s Life” – (Una Healy / Mollie King / Frankie Sandford / Rochelle Humes / Vanessa White / Charlie Holmes / Lucie Silvas / Judie Tzuke).
“Wildfire” – (Una Healy / Mollie King / Frankie Sandford / Rochelle Humes / Vanessa White / Julian Gingell / Barry Stone).

Nabiha premieres music video for new single ‘Ask Yourself’

18 Mar

Nabiha has premiered the music video for her new single.

“Ask Yourself” marks the second promotional single from the Danish singer/songwriter’s upcoming third album, “Mind the Gap.”

The track was helmed by Carl Ryden along with Cozi Costi and Nina Woodford, whose credits include “When You Look at Me” by Christina Milian [Universal Music Group / Island Def Jam Records] and “Broken Strings” by James Morrison featuring Nelly Furtado [Universal Music Group / Polydor Records].

Other songwriters and producers backing Nabiha on the follow-up to 2011’s “More Cracks” are Will Simms, Terri Walker, Michelle Escoffery, Mike Hamilton, Carla Marie Williams, Nick Clow and Luciana Caporaso.