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Mahalia confirms details for debut album “Love and Compromise”

15 Jun

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Mahalia has confirmed the details for her upcoming debut album.

The British singer/songwriter (born Mahalia Rose Burkmar) has christened her first studio collection “Love and Compromise” and will release it on September 13 via Asylum Records (UK) and Atlantic Records (US).

Current promotional single “Grateful” – which was produced by regular collaborator Maths Time Joy – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The album yields additional alliances from Felix Joseph, Aston Rudi, Jonny Lattimer, Wayne Hector, Alastair O’Donnell, Nate Warner, Jonah Christian, Sam Dew, Pop Wansel, DJ Dahi, Sounwave, and Jennifer Decilveo.

See the tracklisting for “Love and Compromise” below.

(1) Hide Out / (2) I Wish I Missed My Ex / (3) Simmer / (4) Good Company / (5) What Am I / (6) Regular People / (7) Karma / (8) He’s Mine / (9) What You Did / (10) Do Not Disturb / (11) Richie / (12) Consistency / (13) Square 1

Joy Crookes shares music video for new single “No Hands”

7 Jun

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Joy Crookes has shared the music video for her new single online.

The visual clip for “No Hands” was posted to the British singer/songwriter’s YouTube channel on Friday (June 7, 2019).

Crookes co-wrote “No Hands” with Jonny Lattimer, whose other credits include Ellie Goulding’s “Starry Eyed,” Kwabs’ “Walk,” Ella Eyre’s “Typical Me,” Foxes’ “Amazing,” Rebecca Ferguson’s “Backtrack,” and Frances’ “Let It Out.”

The track was produced by Felix Joseph, who is also responsible for Mahalia’s “Do Not Disturb,” Jorja Smith’s “Wandering Romance,” Birdy’s “Take My Heart,” Kevin Garrett’s “Strangehold,” and Elli Ingram’s “Table for Two.”

Crookes’ latest project “Perception” – featuring further contributions from Tre Jean-Marie, Ed Thomas, Bradford Ellis, Kasper Larsen, Fiona Bevan, Tom Stafford, Glen Roberts, and Paddy Byrne – is out now via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Watch the music video for “No Hands” below.

Joy Crookes delivers new mini-collection “Perception”

1 Jun

Joy Crookes has delivered her new EP online.

“Perception” – featuring five songs in the shape of “Hurts,” “No Hands,” “London Mine,” “Since I Left You” and “Darkest Hour” – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

EP contributors include Felix Joseph (Mahalia, Jorja Smith), Tre Jean-Marie (Hamzaa, Mabel McVey), Jonny Lattimer (Kwabs, Sinead Harnett), Kasper Larsen (Fleur East, Nina Nesbitt), Fiona Bevan (Yuna, Ed Sheeran), Paddy Byrne (Ella Eyre, Paloma Faith) and Ed Thomas (Mae Muller, Kiah Victoria).

Stream “Perception” below.

 

Joy Crookes delivers new promotional single “Since I Left You”

22 Mar

Joy Crookes has delivered her new promotional single online.

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

The track written by Crookes alongside Fiona Bevan (Tom Walker’s “My Way,” Backstreet Boys’ “Chances” and Steps’ “Scared of the Dark”) and Kasper Larsen (Fleur East’s “Know Your Name,” Calum Scott’s “Rhythm Inside,” and Chelcee Grimes’s “I Need a Night Out”).

Production duties on “Since I Left You” were handled by Tre Jean-Marie, whose other credits include Craig David’s “Magic,” Rak-Su’s “Blood Ties,” MNEK’s “Honeymoon Phaze,” Jacob Banks’ “One More Time,” Vanessa White’s “Don’t Wanna Be Your Lover,” and Four of Diamonds’ “Name On It.”

Crookes’ upcoming project – featuring further contributions from Glen Roberts, Hannah Yadi, Laconic, Felix Joseph, Jonny Lattimer, Negin Djafari, Tev’n, and Max Wolfgang – later this year via Speakerbox Recordings in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment UK / Insanity Records.

Stream the audio clip for “Since I Left You” below.

Mahalia drafts Sam Dew for new collaboration

19 Feb

British singer/songwriter Mahalia Burkmar, known mononymously as Mahalia, has drafted fellow recording artist Sam Dew for a new collaboration.

Dew’s songwriting resume boasts works with Kelela (“Blue Light”), Lianne La Havas (“What You Don’t Do”), Santigold (“Before the Fire”), Jessie Ware (“Sweetest Song”), Mary J. Blige (“Self Love”), Rihanna (“Numb”), Bridget Kelly (“The Mouth”) and Marsha Ambrosius (“Night Time”).

Meanwhile, Mahalia’s current promotional single “Do Not Disturb” – which was co-written by Alastair O’Donnell, Felix Joseph, Aston Rudi, and Jonny Lattimer – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

For her upcoming sophomore album under Atlantic Records UK, Mahalia has also worked with Kuya Productions (Ella Henderson, Tamera Foster), Amy Wadge (Ed Sheeran, Kylie Minogue), Grades (Nao, Paloma Faith), Jennifer Decilveo (Anne-Marie, Diana Gordon) and Sam Romans (Raye, Craig David).

Watch the music video for “Do Not Disturb” below.

Mahalia releases new promotional single “Do Not Disturb”

7 Feb

British singer/songwriter Mahalia Burkmar, known mononymously as Mahalia, has released her new promotional single online.

“Do Not Disturb” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was written by Mahalia alongside Jonny Lattimer (Ellie Goulding, Sinead Harnett), Felix Joseph (Jorja Smith, Elli Ingram), Aston Rudi (Ray BLK, Tamera Foster) and Alistair O’Donnell (Lily Allen, Grace Sewell).

Mahalia’s upcoming project, which follows 2016’s “Diary of Me” and 2018’s “Honeymoon,” is expected to arrive later this year via Atlantic Records UK.

Stream the audio clip for “Do Not Disturb” below.

Olivia releases debut promotional single “Reason to Stay”

26 Oct

British singer/songwriter Olivia Deano, known mononymously as Olivia, has released her debut promotional single online.

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

The track was written by Olivia and Glen Roberts alongside Bastian “Carassius Gold” Langebaek, who is also responsible for Jessie Ware’s “Midnight,” Olivia Nelson’s “Up All Night,” Jess Glynne’s “All I Am,” and Jones’ “Waterfalls.”

Olivia’s upcoming project, for which no release date is scheduled as-of-yet, reportedly yields further contributions from Jimmy Napes, Max Wolfgang, Alan Sampson, Fred Cox, Ed Thomas, Courage, and Felix Joseph.

Stream the audio clip for “Reason to Stay” below.