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Jess Kent announces new singles “Bass Bumps,” “No Love Songs”

11 Jul

Jess Kent has announced the details for her new singles.

The Australian singer/songwriter christened “Bass Bumps” and “No Love Songs” as the her next promotional cuts and will release them on July 13 via iTunes, Apple Music, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

“Bass Bumps” was co-written by Kennedi Lykken, Justin Tranter, Nick Monson, Mark Nilan and Paul “DJ White Shadow” Blair, meanwhile “No Love Songs” was co-written by Brittany Burton, Michael Pollack and Jorgen Odegard.

Kent’s upcoming project – featuring further contributions from Billy Steinberg, Negin Djafari, Jussifer, Chelsea Lena, Sad Pony, Justin Raisen, Skyler Stonestreet, Trey Campbell, Ido Zmishlany, Sarah Hudson, and Patrick Patrikious – is expected to arrive later this year via Capitol Records.

Watch the music video for “Trolls” below.

Chromeo unleash new album “Head Over Heels”

15 Jun

Canadian electro-funk duo Chromeo – composed of David “Dave 1” Macklovitch and Patrick “P-Thugg” Gemayel – have unleashed their fifth album online.

“Head Over Heels” – featuring singles “Juice,” “Bedroom Calling,” “Must’ve Been” and “Bad Decision” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The follow-up to 2014’s “White Women” boasts productions from Ben Maddahi, Adam “Ash” Harrison, Jason Evigan, Ian Kirkpatrick, Rodney Jerkins, Dallas K, Joshua “Ammo” Coleman, OliGee, and Morgan Taylor Reid.

On the songwriting front, Chromeo have teamed up with Lindy Robbins, Sean Douglas, Chelsea Lena, Talay Riley, Annaliese Schiersch, Scott Harris, Ammar Malik, LunchMoney Lewis, Jacob Kasher, and Greg Evigan.

Stream “Head Over Heels” below.

Chromeo unwrap artwork, tracklisting for new album “Head Over Heels”

8 May

Chromeo have unveiled the artwork and tracklisting for their upcoming fifth album, “Head Over Heels,” out on June 15 via Last Gang Records.

Current promotional single “Bad Decision” – which was co-written by Annaliese Schiersch, Chelsea Lena, Morgan Taylor Reid, and Peter “Thief” Harding – will arrive on May 8 via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The follow-up to 2014’s “White Women” boasts further contributions from Jason Evigan (Rita Ora, Nick Jonas), Sean Douglas (Dua Lipa, Jason Derulo), Jacob Kasher (Bebe Rexha, Charlie Puth), LunchMoney Lewis (Alina Baraz, Christina Aguilera) and Ammar Malik (The Weeknd, Ariana Grande).

See the tracklisting for “Head Over Heels” below.

(1) Must’ve Been (featuring DRAM) / (2) Don’t Sleep (featuring French Montana & Stefflon Don) / (3) One Track Mind / (4) Count Me Out / (5) Bad Decision / (6) Right Back Home to You (Interlude) / (7) Juice / (8) Just Friends (featuring Amber Mark) / (9) Slumming It / (10) Bedroom Calling, Part 1 / (11) Bedroom Calling, Part 2 (featuring The-Dream) / (12) Room Service

Chloe x Halle confirm details for debut album “The Kids Are Alright”

23 Feb

Chloe x Halle have confirmed the details for their upcoming debut album.

The American contemporary R&B duo – composed of sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey – dubbed their first studio collection “The Kids Are Alright” and will release it on March 23 via Parkwood Entertainment / Columbia Records.

The title track – which was co-written alongside fellow recording artists Diana Gordon and Tayla Parx – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The highly-anticipated project reportedly delivers productions from NOVA WAV, Mike Dean, Nasri Atweh, Sounwave, Happy Perez, Malay, Benny Cassette, Naughty Boy, MeLo-X, and Kane “KIN” Parfitt.

On the songwriting front, Chloe x Halle have also worked with Katie Pearlman, Natalie Sims, Chelsea Lena, Bibi Bourelly, James Fauntleroy, Kirby Lauryen, Shane Stevens, Lisa Scinta, Emeli Sande, and Michelle Buzz.

See the tracklisting for “The Kids Are Alright” below.

(1) Hello Friend / (2) The Kids Are Alright / (3) Grown / (4) Hi Lo / (5) Everywhere / (6) FaLaLa / (7) Fake / (8) Baptize / (9) Down / (10) Galaxy / (11) Happy Without Me / (12) Babybird / (13) Warrior / (14) Cool People / (15) Baby on a Place / (16) If God Spoke / (17) Drop / (18) Fall

Jess Kent drafts Justin Tranter for new collaboration

8 Nov

Jess Kent has drafted Justin Tranter for a new collaboration.

The Warner/Chappell Music signee recently co-wrote “Home” for Nick Jonas alongside regular collaborator Nick Monson. The track is taken from the original motion picture soundtrack, “Ferdinand.”

Tranter’s songwriting resume boasts additional works with Maroon 5 (“Help Me Out”), Halsey (“Bad at Love”), Julia Michaels (“Issues”), Gwen Stefani (“Used to Love You”), Fergie (“Tension”), Jason Derulo (“If I’m Lucky”), Kesha (“Finding You”), Justin Bieber (“Friends”) and Selena Gomez (“Bad Liar”).

Meanwhile, Kent is expected to release her next project early next year via Universal Music Group / Capitol Records.

The still-untitled collection reportedly yields additional alliances with Billy Steinberg, Jussi “Jussifer” Illmari, Chelsea Lena, Jesse Saint John, Ido Zmishlany, Leroy “Big Taste” Clampitt, Negin Djafari, Justin Raisen, Trey Campbell, Patrick Patrikious, and Jeremiah Raisen.

Stream “My Name is Jess Kent” below.

Jessica Simpson teases new collaboration with John Shanks

23 Jul

Jessica Simpson has teased a new collaboration with John Shanks.

“Getting the band back together #StudioWithShanks,” the American singer/songwriter posted to Instagram on Saturday (July 23, 2017).

Shanks previously teamed up with Simpson on her sixth studio collection “Do You Know,” which spawned singles “Come on Over” and “Remember That.” Released in September 2008 via Epic Records / Columbia Nashville, “Do You Know” peaked to number four on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart.

Other artists Shanks has co-written and produced songs for are Sheryl Crow (“Steve McQueen”), Celine Dion (“Taking Chances”), Kelly Clarkson (“You Found Me”), Michelle Branch (“All You Wanted”), Delta Goodrem (“In this Life”), Colbie Caillat (“Fallin’ for You”), Miley Cyrus (“The Climb”), Lindsay Lohan (“Over”) and Ashlee Simpson (“Pieces of Me”).

Meanwhile, Simpson is expected to release her next project, which follows 2010’s “Happy Christmas,” later this year via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts additional productions and songwriting contributions from Linda Perry (Alicia Keys), Ilsey Juber (Christina Aguilera), Hayley Warner (John Legend), Isabella Summers (Ella Henderson), Chelsea Lena (Laura Marano) and Diana Gordon (Mary J. Blige).

Watch the music video for “Come on Over” below.

Angel Taylor hits the studio with Brian Kennedy

6 Jul

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Angel Taylor has recorded new music with Brian Kennedy for her upcoming project.

Kennedy’s songwriting and production credits include Chris Brown’s “Forever,” Kelly Clarkson’s “Mr. Know it All,” Rihanna’s “Disturbia,” Jennifer Hudson’s “If This Isn’t Love,” Brandy’s “Fall,” Teyana Taylor’s “Business,” Fantasia’s “No Time for It,” Pia Toscano’s “This Time,” and Joe Jonas’ “See No More.”

His extensive resume boasts additional works with fellow musicians LaShawn Daniels, Ali Tamposi, Dewain Whitmore, Ester Dean, James Fauntleroy, Frankie Storm, Alonzo “Novel” Stevenson, Kelly Sheehan, Jasper Cameron, Heather Bright, Ashley Gorley, Hillary Lindsey, Andre Merritt, Kasia Livingston, Claude Kelly, Makeba Riddick, and Troy Verges.

Meanwhile, Taylor is expected to release the follow-up to 2009’s “Love Travels” later this year via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The still-untitled collection reportedly delivers further alliances with Toby Gad (Beyonce), Chelsea Lena (Jacquie Lee), XSDTRK (Usher), Maegan Cottone (Era Istrefi), JHart (Stephen Puth), Michael Angelo (Sam Smith), Ebenezer (Eric Bellinger), Jean Baptiste Kouame (Chris Brown) and BullySongs (Fleur East).

As a songwriter, Taylor has co-penned and / or provided guest vocals on Rozzi Crane’s “Jealous,” Arty’s “Up All Night,” Tritonal’s “My Getaway,” and Erick Morillo’s “Lost in You.”

Stream “Love Travels” below.