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Kara Marni reunites with MNEK for new collaboration

7 Jan

Kara Marni has reunited with MNEK for a new collaboration.

MNEK previously co-wrote “Love Just Ain’t Enough” for Marni alongside Sebastian Kole and Invisible Men (aka George Astasio, Jason Pebworth and Jonathan Shave). The track appears on Marni’s debut mini-album of the same name, which was released in 2018 via Access Records.

MNEK’s songwriting and production resume boasts additional works with Beyonce (“Hold Up”), Christina Aguilera (“Deserve”), Jojo (“Good Thing”), Karen Harding (“Say Something”), Craig David (“Change My Love”), Zara Larsson (“Ain’t My Fault”), Dua Lipa (“IDGAF”) and Little Mix (“Touch”).

Meanwhile, Marni’s most recent EP “No Logic” – featuring 7 songs in the shape of “Lose My Love,” “Opposite,” “Caught Up,” “All Night, Pt. I,” “No Logic,” “Lay Your Blame,” and “All Night, Pt. II” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Her upcoming project reportedly boasts additional contributions from Cadenza, Nadine Samuels, Loxe, Carmen Reece, Mike Woods, Ruth-Anne Cunningham, Che Pope, Jay Mooncie, Autumn Rowe, Dayyon Alexander, Chiara Hunter, and Sons of Sonix.

Watch the music video for “Caught Up” below.

Sinead Harnett enlists Dayyon Alexander, Jay Mooncie for new collaboration

10 Dec

British singer/songwriter Sinead Harnett has enlisted Dayyon Alexander and Jay Mooncie for a new collaboration.

Alexander’s songwriting resume boasts works with Camila Cabello (“This Love”), Madison Beer (“Say It To My Face”), Hamzaa (“Hard to Love”), Demi Lovato (“Concrete”), Ella Mai (“Everything”) and Sabrina Carpenter (“Tell Em”).

Meanwhile, Mooncie’s is known for co-writing and/or producing Dermot Kennedy’s “Outnumbered,” Dua Lipa’s “I’m Free,” Joy Crookes’ “Early,” Mullally’s “She Don’t Know Me,” and Sonia’s “I Don’t Know.”

Harnett’s debut studio album “Lessons in Love” – featuring singles “Pulling Away,” “Leo Bear,” “By Myself,” “Lessons” and “If You Let Me” – is now available iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

As a songwriter, Harnett recently co-wrote Little Mix’s “One I’ve Been Missing” alongside group member Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Rachel Furner, Jez Ashurst and Tre Jean-Marie. She also co-wrote “Breaking Back Together” and “Giving You Up,” taken from Louise’s upcoming fourth studio album, “Heavy Love,” which will arrive on 17 January 2020 Lil Lou Records / Warner Records.

Watch an exclusive live performance of “If You Let Me” below.

 

Kara Marni drafts Cadenza for new collaboration

6 Dec

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Kara Marni has teamed up with Cadenza for a new collaboration.

The British record producer and songwriter (born Oliver Rodigan) recently helmed Jorja Smith’s “Be Honest” (featuring Burna Boy) alongside Amira “Miraa May” Benameur and Andron “IzyBeats” Cross.

Cadenza’s resume boasts additional works with Rita Ora (“Falling to Pieces”), Tala (“Alchemy”), Corella (“Talk”), RuthAnne (“Liquid”), Bad Gyal (“Santa Maria”), AJ Tracey (“Plan B”) and Rag’n’Bone Man (“Healed”).

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Meanwhile, Kara’s most recent EP “No Logic” – featuring 7 songs in the shape of “Lose My Love,” “Opposite,” “Caught Up,” “All Night, Pt. I,” “No Logic,” “Lay Your Blame,” and “All Night, Pt. II” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Her upcoming project reportedly boasts additional contributions from Loxe, Carmen Reece, Mike Woods, Ruth-Anne Cunningham, Che Pope, Jay Mooncie, Autumn Rowe, Dayyon Alexander, Chiara Hunter, and Sons of Sonix.

Watch the music video for “Caught Up” below.

Tamera Foster releases new single “Don’t Phone”

22 Nov

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British singer/songwriter Tamera Foster, known mononymously as Tamera, has released her new single online.

“Don’t Phone” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written and produced by Aston Rudi, whose other credits include Mahalia’s “Do Not Disturb,” Jordan Stephens’ “Thunder,” Hamzaa’s “Saving Grace,” Sophie Faith’s “Bad Blood,” Jaz Karis’ “Petty Lover,” Anais’ “Before Zero,” Elli Ingram’s “Table for Two,” and Ray BLK’s “5050.”

As mentioned in earlier posts, Tamera’s upcoming debut project – featuring the Parker Ighile-produced lead single “Romeo” – is expected to arrive later this year via Moonshyne Music Limited.

The still-untitled collection reportedly delivers additional productions and songwriting contributions from Future Cut, Oscar Scheller, Josh Crocker, Fred Cox, Maths Time Joy, Loxe, Dayyon Alexander, and Eyelar Mirzazadeh.

Stream the audio clip for “Don’t Phone” below.

Tamera Foster confirms details for new single “Don’t Phone”

20 Nov

Tamera Foster has confirmed the details for her new single.

The British singer/songwriter christened “Don’t Phone” as her next promotional cut and will release it on Thursday (21 November 2019) via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written and produced by Aston Rudi, whose other credits include Mahalia’s “Do Not Disturb,” Jordan Stephens’ “Thunder,” Hamzaa’s “Saving Grace,” Sophie Faith’s “Bad Blood,” Jaz Karis’ “Petty Lover,” Anais’ “Before Zero,” Elli Ingram’s “Table for Two,” and Ray BLK’s “5050.”

As mentioned in earlier posts, Tamera’s upcoming debut project – featuring the Parker Ighile-produced lead single “Romeo” – is expected to arrive later this year via Moonshyne Music Limited.

The still-untitled collection reportedly delivers additional productions and songwriting contributions from Future Cut, Oscar Scheller, Josh Crocker, Fred Cox, Maths Time Joy, Loxe, Dayyon Alexander, and Eyelar Mirzazadeh.

Stream the audio clip for “Romeo” below.

Tamera Foster enlists Future Cut for new collaboration

14 Nov

Tamera Foster has enlisted Future Cut for a new collaboration.

The British production and songwriting duo (composed of Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola) recently helmed four songs – “Honest Man,” “The Vow”,” “Take My Place” and “Love Again” – on Irish singer/songwriter RuthAnne’s debut album, “Matters of The Heart.”

Future Cut’s extensive resume boasts additional works with Lily Allen (“Smile”), Whinnie Williams (“Too Strong”), Stooshe (“Black Heart”), Mae Muller (“Leave It Out”), Sky Ferreira (“On the Wire”), Alesha Dixon (“Nothing On You”), Mahalia (“Show Me How”) and Little Mix (“How You Doing?”).

Meanwhile, Tamera’s debut single “Romeo” – which was produced by regular collaborator Parker Ighile – is now available via all digital streaming outlets.

Her upcoming project is expected to feature additional productions and songwriting contributions from Fred Cox, Josh Crocker, Oscar Scheller, Maths Time Joy, Loxe, Dayyon Alexander, Eyelar, and Aston Rudi.

Stream the audio clip for “Romeo” below.

Tamera Foster collaborates with Fred Cox, Josh Crocker

2 Oct

British singer/songwriter Tamera Foster, known mononymously as Tamera, has teamed up with Fred Cox and Josh Crocker for a new collaboration.

Cox previously co-wrote and produced songs for Grace Carter (“Heal Me”), Olivia Nelson (“Back When”), Zak Abel (“Rock Bottom”), Caitlyn Scarlett (“Back When”), Rag’n’Bone Man (“Grace”), Kiah Victoria (“Treat Me”), Tanika (“Fuck Boy”), Joel Compass (“Back to Me”) and Tori Kelly (“Mellow”).

Meanwhile, Crocker’s songwriting and production credits include Kali Uchis’ “Feel Like a Fool,” Celeste’s “Both Sides of the Moon,” Kari Faux’s “Leave Me Alone,” Cosima’s “Had to Feel Something,” and Mabel’s “Come Over.”

Tamera’s debut single “Romeo” – which was produced by regular collaborator Parker Ighile – is now available via all digital streaming outlets.

Her upcoming project under Moonshyne Music Limited is expected to feature further contributions from Maths Time Joy (Sinead Harnett, Alina Baraz), Loxe (Kelis, Lianne La Havas), Dayyon Alexander (Kara Marni, Dua Lipa), Eyelar (Raye, Little Mix), and Aston Rudi (Mahalia, Elli Ingram).

Stream the audio clip for “Romeo” below.