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TLC confirm new single details

13 Apr

TLC have confirmed the details for their new single.

The American girl group christened “Way Back” – featuring Snoop Dogg – as the lead single from their upcoming album and will release it on April 14 via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was written by group member T-Boz – real name Tionne Watkins – alongside James “JHart” Abrahart, whose credits include Jake Miller’s “Good Thing,” Zara Larsson’s “I Would Like,” Charlie Puth’s “Dangerously,” Little Mix’s “Power,” Justin Bieber’s “Company,” and Rita Ora’s “Body on Me.”

Production duties on “Way Back” were handled by Dernst “D’Mile” Emile, who is also responsible for LeToya Luckett’s “I’m Ready,” Usher’s “Mind of a Man,” Jordin Sparks’ “Casual Love,” Daye Jack’s “Supernatural,” Wynter Gordon’s “Back to You,” Mack Wilds’ “Go Crazy,” and Ariana Grande’s “Moonlight.”

As mentioned in various media outlets, TLC’s final studio collection – which was executive produced by Ron Fair – will arrive on June 30.

The follow-up to 2002’s “3D” reportedly delivers additional alliances with Dallas Austin (Madonna, Janet Jackson), Makeba Riddick (Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez), Kwame Holland (Fantasia, Christina Aguilera), Rock City (Ciara, Kelly Rowland) and Candice Pillay (Rihanna, Christina Aguilera).

Stream “3D” below.

Mack Wilds liberates new project “AfterHours”

7 Apr

Singer, songwriter, and actor Mack Wilds has liberated his new project online.

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

Lead promotional “Explore” was co-written by Cameron Wallace, whose previous credits include Sevyn Streeter’s “Fallen,” Ciara’s “Keep on Looking,” Christina Milian’s “Video Model,” and Beyonce’s “Upgrade U.”

Other musicians backing Wilds on the follow-up to 2013’s “New York: A Love Story” are Deputy (“Senses”), Kevin Garrett (“Crash”), D’Mile (“Go Crazy”), The MeKanics (“Stingy”), Darnell Shawn (“Choose”), Key Wane (“Obsession”) and Darhyl “DJ” Camper (“Bonnie & Clyde”).

Stream “AfterHours” below.

Mack Wilds confirms details for new music project

31 Mar

Mack Wilds has confirmed the details for his upcoming music project.

The American singer, songwriter, and actor – born Tristan Wilds – has christened his new collection “AfterHours” and will release it on April 7 via The Ninety Five Percent / EMPIRE.

Lead promotional single “Explore” – now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms – was co-written by Cameron Wallace, whose credits include Sevyn Streeter’s “Fallen,” Ciara’s “Keep on Looking,” and Beyonce’s “Upgrade U.”

Other musicians backing Wilds on “AfterHours” are Darhyl “DJ” Camper (Mary J. Blige, Tamar Braxton), Key Wane (Jhene Aiko, Ariana Grande), Deputy (RAYE, Bibi Bourelly), The MeKanics (K. Michelle, Chris Brown), D’Mile (Diana Gordon, Jorin Sparks) and Kevin Garrett (Justine Skye, Alessia Cara).

Wilds’ debut studio collection, 2013’s “New York: A Love Story,” peaked to number twenty-eight on the US Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart and spawned contributions from Salaam Remi (“Henny”), Ne-Yo (“Own It”), James Fauntleroy (“You Can Cry to Me”), Bink (“My Crib”), James Poyser (“Sober Up”), Rico Love (“Magic”) and DJ Premier (“Keepin’ it Real”).

Peep the tracklisting for “AfterHours” below.

(1) Intro / (2) Bonnie & Clyde / (3) Obsession / (4) Senses / (5) Vibes / (6) Stolen Gold / (7) Could This Be Love? / (8) Stingy / (9) Go Crazy / (10) Explore / (11) Choose / (12) Crash

Daye Jack joins forces with Donmonique for new single “Supernatural”

20 Mar

American hip hop artist Daye Jack has released his new single online.

“Supernatural” – featuring up and coming Brooklyn rapper Donmonique – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Production duties on “Supernatural” were handled by Klas Ahlund, whose credits include Charli XCX’s “Roll With Me,” Ellie Goulding’s “Devotion,” Tove Lo’s “Timebomb,” Katy Perry’s “Walking on Air,” Madonna’s “Some Girls,” Britney Spears’ “Piece of Me,” and Kylie Minogue’s “Speakerphone.”

As mentioned in various media outlets, Jack’s first studio collection “No Data” – featuring previous singles “Casino,” “Raw,” “Deep End” and “Finish Line” – will arrive on March 24 via Warner Brothers Records.

Other album contributors include Mike Elizondo (Ed Sheeran, Raleigh Ritchie), D’Mile (Mary J. Blige, Diana Gordon), Mark Batson (Lianne La Havas, Alicia Keys) and Marco “MAG” Borrero (Zara Larsson, Colbie Caillat).

Listen to the audio clip for “Supernatural” below.

Jordin Sparks releases new album “Right Here, Right Now”

23 Aug

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Jordin Sparks has released her third album.

“Right Here, Right Now” – featuring singles “It Ain’t You,” “Double Tap” and “They Don’t Give” – is now available for download via iTunes in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment’s newly-launched imprint Louder Than Life Records.

The project was executively produced by Salaam Remi, whose other credits include Leona Lewis (“Forgiveness”), Ella Henderson (“Hard Work”), Jazmine Sullivan (“Dumb”) and Mack Wilds (“Own It”).

Other album producers include Dem Jointz (Rihanna, Dr. Dre), Key Wane (Beyonce, Jhene Aiko), DJ Mustard (Tinashe, Keyshia Cole), Jonas Jeberg (Cassie, Jason Derulo), Crada (Drake, Marlon Roudette), D’Mile (Ciara, Mali Music) and The Underdogs (Tamar Braxton, Jennifer Hudson).

On the songwriting front, Sparks has teamed with Babyface (Tamia, Katharine McPhee), Meleni Smith (Selena Gomez, Alicia Keys), James Fauntleroy (Usher, Chris Brown), Victoria Monet (Nas, Fifth Harmony), Nikki Flores (Jojo, Christina Aguilera) and Marlon “Hookman” Bonds (Zendaya, Jason Derulo).

Watch the music video for “Right Here, Right Now” below.

Jordin Sparks enlists B.O.B. for new song “Work from Home”

9 Aug

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Jordin Sparks has shared a new song online.

The singer/songwriter posted the audio clip for “Work from Home” – featuring B.O.B. – to her Vevo channel on Friday (August 07, 2015).

“Work from Home” was co-written by James Fauntleroy, whose other credits include Rihanna (“Firebomb”), Beyonce (“No Angel”), Justin Timberlake (“Take Back the Night”) and Leona Lewis (“Don’t Let Me Down”).

Meanwhile, production duties were collectively handled by Key Wane (Ariana Grande, Jhene Aiko) and Salaam Remi (Craig David, Mack Wilds).

Sparks third studio album “Right Here, Right Now” – featuring previous singles “They Don’t Give,” “100 Years,” “Double Tap” and “It Ain’t You” – is scheduled to hit stores and digital outlets on August 21 through Louder Than Life Records.

Additional album contributors are Dem Jointz (Dr. Dre, Marsha Ambrosius), Jonas Jeberg (Cassie, Alyxx Dione), D’Mile (Ciara, Wynter Gordon), Crada (Drake, Alicia Keys) and DJ Mustard (Omarion, Britney Spears).

Listen to the audio clip for “Work from Home” below.

Jordin Sparks taps Babyface, Salaam Remi for new song “They Don’t Give”

31 Jul

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Jordin Sparks has shared a new song online.

The singer/songwriter posted the audio clip for “They Don’t Give” to her Vevo channel on Friday (July 31, 2015).

Production duties on “They Don’t Give” were handled by Salaam Remi, whose other credits include Jazmine Sullivan’s “Numb” [RCA], Mack Wilds’ “My Crib” [Louder Than Life] and Ella Henderson’s “Hard Work” [Syco Music].

The track was co-written by Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, who is also responsible for Tamar Braxton’s “Where it Hurts” [Epic], Colbie Caillat’s “Try” [Republic] and Samantha Jade’s “Shake That” f/ Pitbull [Sony Music Australia].

Sparks’ upcoming third album “Right Here, Right Now” – featuring previous singles “It Ain’t You” and “Double Tap” – will hit stores on August 21 through iTunes in partnership with 19 Recordings and Louder Than Life Records.

The follow-up to 2008’s “Battlefield” boasts further contributions from Dem Jointz (Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera), Key Wayne (Big Sean, Jhene Aiko), D’Mile (Rihanna, Wynter Gordon), Jonas Jeberg (Cassie, Chris Brown), DJ Mustard (Tinashe, Justin Skye) and Crada (Drake, Alicia Keys).

Listen to the audio clip for “They Don’t Give” below.