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Dua Lipa reunites with Emily Warren for new collaboration

23 Jul

British singer/songwriter Dua Lipa has reunited with fellow recording artist Emily Warren for a new collaboration.

The pair previously co-wrote Sean Paul’s “Don’t Lie” and The Chainsmokers’ “Wake Up Alone,” as well as the Ian Kirkpatrick-produced/Caroline Ailin-assisted “New Rules,” taken from Dua Lipa’s self-titled debut album.

Warren’s songwriting resume boasts further works with Alessia Cara (“The Other Side”), Noah Cyrus (“Stay Together”), Little Mix (“No More Sad Songs”), Molly Kate Kestner (“Good Die Young”), Ava Lily (“Painkiller”), Becky Hill (“Back to My Love”), Melanie Martinez (“Soap”) and Shawn Mendes (“Aftertaste”).

Her current promotional single “Something To Hold On To” – co-written with and produced by Mac and Phil – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Dua Lipa’s upcoming project, on the other hand, is expected to arrive next year via Warner Music Group / Warner Brothers Records.

On the still-untitled collection, the “Hotter Than Hell” star has also teamed up with Lindy Robbins (Paloma Faith, Ella Henderson), Sarah Hudson (Liza Owen, Era Istrefi) and GRADES (Alina Baraz, Gabi Wilson).

Stream the audio clip for “Something To Hold On To” below.

Emily Warren connects with Mac & Phil for new single “Something To Hold On To”

21 Jul

American singer/songwriter Emily Warren has debuted her new single online.

“Something To Hold On To” 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 Mac and Phil, who are also responsible for The Chainsmokers’ “Bloodstream,” Emeli Sande’s “Hurts,” Plested’s “Habits,” Carys Selvey’s “Burning Bridges,” Flawes’ “Headlines,” Lost Kings’ “Phone Down,” and Dappy’s “Beautiful Me.”

As mentioned in earlier posts, Warren’s upcoming debut project – featuring the Scott Harris-assisted / Nick Ruth-produced “Hurt By You” – is expected to arrive later this year.

Fans of Mac & Phil’s works, on the other hand, should keep an eye on the next releases by Etham, Fleur East, Kara Marni, Taya, Jacob Banks, Dakota, Ella Henderson, Phoebe Ryan, Mullally, Becky Hill, Grace Ackerman, Mali-Koa, James Morrison, Ava Lily, Mollie King, Tamera Foster, Alice Chater, Grace Carter, Mahalia, Liza Owen, Molly Kate Kestner, and Tanika Bailey.

Stream the audio clip for “Something To Hold On To” below.

Grace Mitchell releases new single “Come Back for You”

15 Jul

American singer/songwriter Grace Mitchell has released her new single online.

“Come Back for You” 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 Martin Johnson, whose other credits include Hunter Hayes’ “Yesterday’s Song,” Pentatonix’s “Sing,” Elle King’s “America’s Sweetheart,” Olly Murs’ “Beautiful to Me,” Christina Perri’s “Human,” and Jason Derulo’s “The Other Side.”

Mitchell’s upcoming project – featuring previous single “Kids (Ain’t All Right”) – is expected to arrive later this year via Republic Records.

The still-untitled collection reportedly delivers additional songwriting contributions from Leland (Selena Gomez), Julie Frost (Beyonce), Teddy Geiger (Shawn Mendes), Cara Salimando (Dua Lipa), Andrew Watt (Rita Ora), Emily Warren (Sean Paul) and Justin Tranter (Imagine Dragons).

On the production front, Mitchell has worked with Mattman & Robin (Taylor Swift), Francis “Eg” White (Adele), Justin Parker (Grace Carter), Fraser T. Smith (Stormzy), Jesse Shatkin (Anne-Marie), Kid Harpoon (Shakira), Illangelo (Raye), Jussifer (Jojo), Dallas K (Pixie Lott) and Alex Hope (Troye Sivan).

Listen to the audio clip for “Come Back for You” below.

L Devine unveils new promotional single “School Girls”

7 Jul

British singer/songwriter Olivia Devine, professionally known as L Devine, has unveiled her new promotional single online.

“School Girls” – co-written by L Devin alongside the song’s producer Mickey Valen – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

L Devine’s upcoming debut project, on the other hand, is expected to arrive later this year via Warner Music Group / Warner Brothers Records.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts further alliances with Kinetics & One Love, Jordan Riley, Negin Djafari, Phil Cook, Jonny Lattimer, Lucy “Pawws” Taylor, Knightstarr, Patrik Patrikous, Youthonix, Emily Warren, Pip Kembo, Justin Broad, Nate Cyphert, Parker Ighile, and Mojam Music.

Listen to the audio clip for “School Girls” below.

Dua Lipa premieres “New Rules” music video

7 Jul

Dua Lipa has premiered the music video for her new single online.

The British singer/songwriter posted the visual clip for “New Rules” to her Vevo channel on Friday (July 07, 2017).

The track was written by Dua Lipa alongside Caroline Ailin (Ella Henderson, Imani Williams), Emily Warren (Tori Kelly, Ava Lily) and Ian Kirkpatrick (Selena Gomez, Jason Derulo).

Dua Lipa’s self-titled album – featuring previous singles “Lost in Your Light,” “Blow Your Mind (Mwah),” “Hotter Than Hell,” “Last Dance,” “Be the One” and “New Love” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

On the songwriting front, Dua Lipa co-wrote “Thank You Very Much” for Molly Kate Kestner’s upcoming project under Artist Partner Group / Atlantic Records alongside Lauren Christy and Michael “BloodPop” Tucker.

Her previous credits include Annalisa’s “Used to You,” which was co-written with Lucy “Pawws” Taylor and Nicholas “Digital Farm Animals” Gale, as well as The Chainsmokers’ “Wake Up Alone,” co-written with Emily Warren, Scott Harris and Andrew Taggart.

Watch the music video for “New Rules” below.

Liam Payne teams up with Zedd for new single “Get Low”

6 Jul

British singer/songwriter Liam Payne has teamed up with German record producer Zedd (born Anton Zaslavski) for his new single “Get Low,” which will arrive on July 7th via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The track was co-written by Prince Charlez alongside Fabienne Holloway, whose resume boasts further works with Grace Carter (“Heal Me”), Tori Kelly (“Mellow”), Dakota (“Never Good Enough”), Kiah Victoria (“Treat Me”), Janelle Monae (“Call the Lawd”), Rosie Lowe (“So Human”) and Kara Marni (“Skydive”).

Meanwhile, Payne is expected to release his first studio collection – featuring the Ed Sheeran-penned / Steve Mac-produced “Strip That Down” – later this year via Capitol Records (UK) and Republic Records (US).

The still-untitled collection reportedly delivers additional songwriting contributions from Marlon Roudette (Sinead Harnett), Bibi Bourelly (Rihanna), Jean Baptiste Kouame (Angel Taylor), Emily Warren (Dua Lipa), Scott Harris (Rachel Platten), Marlin “Hookman” Bonds (Zendaya), Sean Garrett (Mary H. Blige), Jaramye Daniels (Foxes) and Samuel Preston (Ella Eyre).

Among the producers expected to appear on the album are Soulshock & Karlin (Usher), Pharrell Williams (Charlie Puth), Digital Farm Animals (Rita Ora), Warren Felder (Demi Lovato), Zaire Koalo (Kehlani), Nick Monson (Selena Gomez), DannyBoyStyles (Zara Larsson) and Ben Billions (The Weeknd).

Watch the music video for “Strip That Down” below.

Ella Eyra taps Fransisca Hall, Jesse Shatkin for new single “Ego”

3 Jul

Ella Eyre has confirmed the title for her new single.

The British singer/songwriter – born Ella Mary McMahon – dubbed “Ego” as the first promotional cut from her upcoming sophomore album and will release it later this year via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The track was written by Eyre alongside Fransisca Hall and Jesse Shatkin, who are also behind Cheryl’s “Waiting for Lightning,” Kelly Clarkson’s “In the Blue,” Foxes’ “Feet Don’t Fail Me Now,” Jasmine Thompson’s “Crystal Heart,” Indiana’s “Play Dead,” and Lea Michele’s “Believer.”

Other songwriters expected to appear on the follow-up to 2015’s “Feline” are Harloe, Lauren Christy, 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 Bogart, and Sam Preston.

On the production front, Eyre has worked with Jason Evigan, Amish “ADP” Patel, Jonny Coffer, Toby Gad, Emanuel Kiriakou, Jarrad Rogers, Andrew Goldstein, Jonas Jeberg, Two Inch Punch, Joel Little, Paul O’Duffy, Jim Duguid, Kid Harpoon, Crada, and Mojam Music.

Watch the music video for “Came Here for Love” below.