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Ella Henderson collaborates with Danny Parker for sophomore album

12 May

Ella Henderson has collaborated with Danny Parker for her second album.

The American songwriter is known for co-penning Louisa Johnson’s “Best Behaviour,” Shawn Mendes’ “Stitches,” Britney Spears’ “Liar,” James Blunt’s “Heart to Heart,” Birdy’s “Save Yourself,” and Nick Jonas’ “Chains.”

Parker’s resume boasts further works with fellow songwriters and producers including Jason Evigan, Ross Golan, Shungudzo Kuyimba, Patrik Patrikious, Ilsey Juber, Teddy Geigher, Steph Jones, Breyan Isaac, Emily Warren, Ammar Malik, Daniel “Daylight” Kyriakides, Clarence Coffee Jr., Warren “Oak” Felder, Jonas Jeberg, Nick Ruth, Daniel “Robopop” Omelio, and TMS.

Meanwhile, Henderson is scheduled release her sophomore studio collection, which serves as the follow-up to 2014’s “Chapter One,” later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers additional songwriting contributions from Jenna Andrews, Chiara Hunter, Dayo Olatunji, Jennifer Decilveo, Lindy Robbins, Maegan Cottone, Kamille, Grace Barker, HARLOE, Caroline Ailin, Frances, Julia Michaels, Rachel Rohan, Amy Wadge, Cara Salimando, MoZella, Claude Kelly, Benjamin Arrow, Sam Romans, J Angel, Evan Bogart, Philip Plested, BullySongs, James Newman, Trey Campbell, JHart, Max McElligott, Iain James, Corey Sanders, Ed Drewett, and Justin Tranter.

Stream “Chapter One” below.

Ella Henderson teams up with Cara Salimando for a new collaboration

7 May

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British songbird Ella Henderson has teamed up with fellow singer/songwriter Cara Salimando for a new collaboration.

Salimando’s songwriting resume boasts works for Grace Mitchell (“Kids Ain’t Alright”), Dua Lipa (“Begging Me”), Hey Violet (“I Can Feel It”), Collette Carr (“Believe in Us”), Hilary Duff (“Slip Away”), Qulinez (“Rising like the Sun”), Kennedy Noel (“Burn Bright”), Novelette (“Devil”), Frankmusik (“How Do We Know”) and Quincy Mumford (“Now That I Met You”).

She has also collaborated with producers including Captain Cuts, Stephan Moccio, Matt Squire, James Flanningan, Teddy Geiger, Dan Wilson, Jimmy Harry, Alex Smith, Rob Fusari, Bram Inscore, Leland, Moon Willis, Tommy Brown, Matt Parad, Harry Sommerdahl, and Frederik “Fredro” Odesjo.

Meanwhile, Henderson is scheduled release her sophomore studio collection, which serves as the follow-up to 2014’s “Chapter One,” later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers additional songwriting contributions from Jenna Andrews, Chiara Hunter, Dayo Olatunji, Jennifer Decilveo, Lindy Robbins, Maegan Cottone, Camille “Kamille” Purcell, Grace Barker, Jessica Ashley, Caroline Ailin, Sophie “Frances” Cooke, Julia Michaels, Rachel Rohan, Amy Wadge, Shungudzo Kuyimba, Maureen “MoZella” McDonald, Emily Warren, James “JHart” Abrahart, Claude Kelly, Benjamin Arrow, Sam Romans, Joseph Angel, Evan “Kidd” Bogart, Philip Plested, Andrew “BullySongs” Bullimore, James Newman, Trey Campbell, Max McElligott, Iain James, Corey Sanders, Ed Drewett, Justin Tranter, and Clarence Coffee Jr.

Stream “Chapter One” below.

Ella Henderson writes new music with Jenna Andrews

6 Apr

Ella Henderson has written new music with Jenna Andrews.

The Canadian singer/songwriter’s notable credits include SoMo’s “Curve,” The Band Perry’s “Live Forever,” BANKS’ “Mind Games,” Jordan Fisher’s “All About Us,” Majid Jordan’s “Make it Work,” Skylar Stecker’s “Bring Me to Life,” Tori Kelly’s “Bottled Up,” Drake’s “You and the Six,” Marsha Ambrosius’ “Run,” Tamia’s “Love Life,” and Jessie J’s “Personal.”

Andrews’ resume boasts further collaborations with producers including Sacha Skarbek, Jeff Bhasker, Arnthor Birgisson, Jonas Jeberg, Will IDAP, RedOne, Chuck Harmony, Dan Heath, Benny Cassette, Matt Parad, Jon Levine, Tim Anderson, Wayne Wilkins, Mick Schultz, Kerry Brothers, Rune Westberg, Brett James, Daniel “Daylight” Kyriakides, and Moon Willis.

Meanwhile, Henderson is scheduled release her sophomore studio collection later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

Among the other songwriters expected to appear on the follow-up to 2014’s “Chapter One” are Jennifer Decilveo, Lindy Robbins, Maegan Cottone, Camille Purcell, Grace Barker, Jessica Ashley, Caroline Ailin, Sophie “Frances” Cooke, Julia Michaels, Rachel Rohan, Amy Wadge, Shungudzo Kuyimba, Maureen “MoZella” McDonald, Emily Warren, James “JHart” Abrahart, Claude Kelly, Benjamin Arrow, Sam Romans, Joseph Angel, Evan “Kidd” Bogart, Philip Plested, Trey Campbell, Max McElligott, and Justin Tranter.

Fans of Andrews’ songwriting works, on the other hand, should keep an eye on the next projects by Kiesza, Lily Allen, Pixie Lott, Kai, Noah Cyrus, Dua Lipa, Christina Perri, Jennifer Lopez, Kyla Smith, and Snakehips.

Stream “Chapter One” below.

Ella Henderson teams with Jennifer Decilveo for new collaboration

22 Mar

Ella Henderson has teamed up with Jennifer Decilveo for a new collaboration.

The American Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer has written and produced for numerous artists including Anne-Marie (“Ciao Adios”), Wynter Gordon (“Bleeding Out”), Rebecca Ferguson (“Without a Woman”), Melanie Martinez (“Play Date”), Andra Day (“Rise Up”), Machine Gun Kelly (“Merry Go Round”), Rixton (“Wait on Me”) and Galantis (“Forever Tonight”).

Decilveo’s extensive resume boasts further works with songwriters and producers Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem, Lucie Silvas, Benny Cassette, Tish Hyman, Dem Jointz, Axident, Jason Reeves, Mason “MdL” Levy, Christian “Bloodshy” Karlsson, Henrik Jonback, John Fields, Mike Elizondo, Tim Anderson, Jim Jonsin, D’Mile, Matt Squire, John Henry Ryan, and Benny Blanco.

Henderson, on the other hand, will release her sophomore studio collection later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

The follow-up to 2014’s “Chapter One” reportedly delivers additional alliances with Lindy Robbins, Maegan Cottone, Camille Purcell, Grace Barker, Jessica Ashley, Caroline Ailin, Frances, Julia Michaels, Rachel Rohan, Amy Wadge, Shungudzo Kuyimba, MoZella, Emily Warren, JHart, Claude Kelly, Benjamin Arrow, Sam Romans, Joseph Angel, Evan “Kidd” Bogart, Philip Plested, Trey Campbell, Max McElligott, and Justin Tranter.

Watch the music video for “Yours” below.

Frances premieres “Grow” music video

20 Mar

Frances has premiered a new music video online.

The British singer/songwriter – real name Sophie Cooke – posted the visual clip for “Grow” to her Vevo channel on Sunday (March 19, 2017).

This video was helmed in collaboration with Domestic Abuse Charity, “Refuge,” to help raise awareness of domestic violence and the work that “Refuge” does to help and support victims.

Frances’ debut album “Things I’ve Never Said” – featuring singles “Don’t Worry About Me,” “Don’t Matter” and “Say it Again” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The highly-anticipated project boasts songwriting contributions from Jimmy Napes (Clean Bandit), Rachel Furner (Little Mix), Ollie Green (JONES), Jonny Lattimer (Izzy Bizu) and Dan McDougall (Bruno Major).

Album producers include Steve Fitzmaurice (Sam Smith), Two Inch Punch (Ella Eyre), Greg Kurstin (Adele), Mojam Music (Fleur East), Dave McCracken (Elle King), RITUAL (Dua Lipa), Mark Ralph (AlunaGeorge), Howard Lawrence (Liv Dawson) and Craze & Hoax (Maverick Sabre).

Watch the music video for “Grow” below.

Ella Henderson reunites with Lindy Robbins for new collaboration

9 Mar

Ella Henderson has reunited with Lindy Robbins for a new collaboration.

Robbins previously co-wrote “Beautifully Unfinished” for Henderson alongside the song’s producer Steve Robson. The track – which was co-produced by Komi Hakam – appears on Henderson’s debut album, “Chapter One.”

Other notable songwriting credits by Robbins include Jason Derulo’s “Swalla,” Demi Lovato’s “Skyscraper,” Rachel Platten’s “Superman,” Medina’s “We Survive,” Olly Murs’ “Kiss Me,” GRL’s “Don’t Talk About Love,” Lucy Hale’s “Kiss Me,” Fifth Harmony’s “Miss Movin’ On,” and David Guetta’s “Dangerous.”

She has also worked with top producers including Soulshock & Karlin, Cutfather, Toby Gad, Christopher Braide, Greg Kurstin, Mike Elizondo, Jonas Jeberg, Emanuel Kiriakou, Jason Evigan, Mitch Allan, David Hodges, Steve Mac, Jarrad Rogers, Ricky Reed, Ian Kirkpatrick, Stephan Moccio, and Jamie Hartman.

Henderson, on the other hand, will release the follow-up to 2014’s “Chapter One” later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly boasts further songwriting contributions from Maegan Cottone, Camille Purcell, Grace Barker, Jessica Ashley, Caroline Ailin, Frances, Julia Michaels, Rachel Rohan, Amy Wadge, Shungudzo Kuyimba, MoZella, Emily Warren, JHart, Claude Kelly, Benjamin Arrow, Sam Romans, Joseph Angel, Evan Bogart, Philip Plested, Trey Campbell, Max McElligott, and Justin Tranter.

Stream the following playlist dedicated to Lindy Robbins’ work!

Ella Henderson teams with Maegan Cottone, Kuya Productions for new collaboration

8 Mar

Ella Henderson has teamed up with British songwriter/vocal producer Maegan Cottone and Canadian production duo Bobby Brass and Sammy G of Kuya Productions for a new collaboration.

Cottone is known for co-writing Little Mix’s “Move,” Ferras’ “Closer,” Britney Spears’ “Pretty Girls” (featuring Iggy Azalea), Olly Murs’ “Up” (featuring Demi Lovato), Fleur East’s “Know Your Name,” Medina’s “Good Enough,” and Jax Jones’ “This is Real” (featuring Selena Gomez).

Meanwhile, notable credits by Kuya Productions include Little Mix’s “F.U.,” Alessia Cara’s “Here,” Kandi Burruss’ “I Just Know,” Kreesha Turner’s “There,” Nicole Scherzinger’s “Blow,” Keshia Chante’s “Together,” Jesse McCartney’s “Rock You,” and Shawn Desman’s “Shook.”

Henderson, on the other hand, will release the follow-up to “Chapter One” later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly boasts further songwriting contributions from Camille Purcell, Grace Barker, Jessica Ashley, Caroline Ailin, Frances, Julia Michaels, Rachel Rohan, Amy Wadge, Shungudzo Kuyimba, MoZella, Emily Warren, JHart, Claude Kelly, Benjamin Arrow, Sam Romans, Joseph Angel, Evan Bogart, Philip Plested, Trey Campbell, Max McElligott, and Justin Tranter.

Amongst the producers expected to appear on the album are TMS, Fraser T. Smith, Dallas Austin, Cass Lowe, Parker Ighile, Emanuel Kiriakou, Andrew Goldstein, Jason Evigan, Warren “Oak” Felder, Jez Ashurst, Mojam Music, Josh Record, Noel Zancanella, Jamie Scott, GRADES, Jonny Coffer, Isabella Summers, Johan Carlsson, Mac & Phil, Steve Mac, Julian Bunetta, Electric, Adam Argyle, John Henry Ryan, MYKL, Joe Janiak, Patrik Patrkious, Youthonix, Steve Robson, Robopop, and The Rascals.

Watch the music video for “Yours” below.