Tag Archives: Fred Cox

Hamzaa confirms new promotional single “London”

21 May

Hamzaa has confirmed the details for her new single.

The British singer/songwriter christened “London” as her next promotional cut and will release it on May 23rd via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The track was co-written and produced by Ollie Green with additional production from Knox Brown, who is also responsible for Mary J. Blige’s “Whole Damn Year,” Jess Glynne’s “Gave Me Something,” Raye’s “Ambition,” H.E.R.’s “Let Me In,” Paloma Faith’s “My Body,” and Jacob Banks’ “Homecoming.”

Hamzaa’s next project – featuring further contributions from Emile Haynie, Laconic, Aston Rudi, Pantha, Fred Cox, TMS, Iain James, Tre Jean-Marie, and MNEK – is expected to arrive later this year via Parlophone Records.

Watch the music video for “Breathing” below.

Grace Carter delivers new promotional single “Don’t Hurt Like it Used To”

10 May

Grace Carter has delivered her new promotional single online.

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

The track was produced by regular collaborators George and Henry Flint of The 23rd alongside Jamil “Digi” Chammas, whose other credits include Khalid’s “Better,” Ariana Grande’s “Step On Up,” Chance the Rapper’s “Held it Down,” Arlissa’s “Let This Go,” and Jay Sean’s “Luckiest Man.”

Carter’s upcoming project – featuring previous promotional single “Heal Me” (which was co-written by Fabienne Holloway and Fred Cox) – is expected to arrive later this year via Universal Music Group / Polydor Records.

Stream the audio clip for “Don’t Hurt Like it Used To” below.

 

Tamera Foster teams with Fred Cox for new collaboration

20 Apr

Tamera Foster has teamed up with Fred Cox for a new collaboration.

The British record producer and songwriter previously helmed 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”) and Joel Compass (“Back to Me”).

Photo Credit: Heather Chelan

Meanwhile, Tamera is expected to release her upcoming project – which reportedly features further contributions from Parker Ighile, Eyelar, Aston Rudi, Loxe, Dayyon Alexander, XSDTRK, and Maths Time Joy – later this year.

As a songwriter, Tamera co-wrote “Don’t Want You Back” for Bakermat & Kiesza alongside Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett (Yebba, Jess Glynne) and Komi Al Hakam (Sam Smith, Olly Murs). The track is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Stream Fred Cox’s discography below.

Grace Carter premieres music video for new single “Heal Me”

3 Feb

Grace Carter has premiered the music video for her new single online.

The visual clip for “Heal Me” was posted to the British singer/songwriter’s Vevo channel on Thursday (January 31, 2019).

The track was written by Carter alongside Fabienne Holloway (Kiah Victoria, Tori Kelly) and Fred Cox (Janelle Monae, Olivia Nelson), with collective production duties handled by The 23rd (Ellie Goulding, James Arthur) and Stephen “Koz” Kozmeniuk (Nicki Minaj, Kendrick Lamar).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Carter, who has signed a publishing deal with Tim Blacksmith and Danny D’s Stellar Songs, is expected to release her upcoming project later this year via Universal Music Group / Polydor Records.

Watch the music video “Heal Me” below.

Tori Kelly announces details for new single “Change Your Mind”

24 Jan

Tori Kelly has confirmed the details for her new single.

The American singer, songwriter, and record producer christened “Change Your Mind” as her next promotional cut and will release it on January 25th via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The track was co-written and produced by Jimmy Napes, who is also responsible for Sam Smith’s “Dancing with a Stranger,” Alicia Keys’s “Hallelujah,” Mary J. Blige’s “When You’re Gone,” Lianne La Havas’s “Wonderful,” Rita Ora’s “Velvet Rope,” Jessie Ware’s “Pieces,” and Ray BLK’s “Doing Me.”

Kelly’s next album, which follows 2018’s “Hiding Place,” reportedly delivers further contributions from Fred Cox, Tayla Parx, Warren Felder, Emily Warren, Wayne Hector, Fabienne, Stephan Moccio, Natasha Bedingfield, Knightstarr, Lucy “Pawws” Taylor, Noel Zancanella, JHart, and Mojam Music.

Watch the music video for “Never Alone” below.

Grace Carter drafts Fabienne Holloway, Fred Cox for new single “Heal Me”

23 Jan

Grace Carter has announced the details for her new single.

The British singer/songwriter christened “Heal Me” as her next promotional cut and will release it on January 25th via all digital streaming outlets.

Carter co-wrote “Heal Me” alongside Fabienne Holloway and Fred Cox, who have also helmed cuts for Idris Elba (“Fires”), Kara Marni (“Skydive”), Tori Kelly (“Mellow”), Rosie Lowe (“So Human”), Kiah Victoria (“Treat Me”), Janelle Monae (“Call the Lawd”) and Dakota (“Never Good Enough”).

Having signed a publishing deal with Tim Blacksmith and Danny D’s Stellar Songs, Carter is expected to release her upcoming project later this year via Universal Music Group / Polydor Records.

In addition to regular collaborators The 23rd, Carter has also recorded new music with Stephen “Koz” Kozmeniuk, Martin Sjolie, Om’mas Keith, Justin Parker, Digital Farm Animals, Francis “Eg” White, and Jordan Riley.

Watch the music video for “Why Her Not Me” below.

Hamzaa teams with Fred Cox for new collaboration

13 Dec

British singer/songwriter Hamzaa Malika, known mononymously as Hamzaa, has teamed up with Fred Cox for a new collaboration.

Cox is responsible for co-writing and producing Olivia Nelson’s “Back When,” Rag’n’Bone Man’s “Grace,” Kiah Victoria’s “Treat Me,” Chloe Leone’s “Comfortably Me,” Tanika’s “Fuck Boy,” Denai Moore’s “Leave it Up to You,” Heather Chelan’s “My Man,” and Zak Abel’s “Rock Bottom.”

Cox’s resume boasts additional works with Craig David, Ella Henderson, Janelle Monae, Maverick Sabre, Fabienne Holloway, Jaz Karis, Idris Elba, Grace Carter, Tori Kelly, Dan Caplen, Raye, Kara Marni, James Morrison, Amy Wadge, Fiona Bevan, Liam Bailey, Kenzie May, Anne-Marie, and Josef Salvat.

Photo Credit: Heather Chelan

Meanwhile, Hamzaa’s debut EP “First Signs of Me” – featuring six songs in the shape of “You,” “Saving Grace,” “Nothing Can Be Done,” “Stranded Love,” “Breathing” and “Red” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Her upcoming project – featuring productions and songwriting contributions from TMS (Peter “Merf” Kelleher, Benjamin Kohn and Thomas “Froe” Barnes) and Iain James – is scheduled to arrive next year via Parlophone Records.

Stream the audio clip for “Nothing Can Be Done” below.