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RuthAnne teams up with Fraser T. Smith for new single “It Is What It Is”

17 Oct

RuthAnne has announced the details for her new single.

The Irish singer/songwriter (also known as Ruth-Anne Cunningham) christened “It Is What It Is” as her next promotional cut and will release it on November 16 via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The track was co-written by Fraser T. Smith, whose recent credits include Craig David’s “I Know You,” Raye’s “Decline,” Calum Scott’s “You Are the Reason,” Dakota’s “Hate Loving You,” and Nina Nesbitt’s “Loyal to Me.”

RuthAnne is currently working on her debut album, which features previous singles “Liquid” (Mark Jackson, Ian Scott, Cadenza), “Take My Place” (Heidi Rojas, Future Cut) and “The Vow” (Julian Bunetta, AftrHrs, Future Cut).

As a songwriter, RuthAnne has penned songs for Jojo (“Too Little, Too Late”), Katharine McPhee (“Over It”), Leona Lewis (“Perfection”), Britney Spears (“Work Bitch”) and Niall Horan (“Slow Hands”).

Stream the audio clip for “Take My Place” below.

Sinead Harnett hits the studio with Illangelo, Doc McKinney

13 Sep

British singer/songwriter Sinead Harnett has teamed up with Carlo “Illangelo” Montagnese and Martin “Doc” McKinney for a new collaboration.

Illangelo is responsible for producing Alicia Keys’ “In Common,” Post Malone’s “I Fall Apart,” Emeli Sande’s “Starlight,” Majid Jordan’s “Something About You,” Katy Perry’s “Pendulum,” and The Weeknd’s “Tell Your Friends.”

Meanwhile, Doc McKinney’s production resume boasts works with John Legend (“Wanna Be Loved”), Drake (“The Ride”), Santigold (“Outside the War”), The Weeknd (“Starboy”), Future (“Low Life”) and M.I.A. (“Exodus”).

Besides writing songs on the next projects by Little Mix and Louise Redknapp, Harnett is expected to release her next project – featuring the Grades-produced lead single “Body” – later this year via all digital streaming outlets.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts further contributions from Future Cut, Paul E. Phamous, Marlon Roudette, Alan Sampson, J Mills, Monro, Ari PenSmith, P2J, Michael Angelo, Hue “SoundzFire” Strother, Autumn Rowe, Maths Time Joy, Stint, and Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins.

Watch the music video for “Body” below.

Sinead Harnett hits the studio with Future Cut

31 Aug

Sinead Harnett has recorded new music with Future Cut.

The British songwriting and production duo – composed of Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola – have previously helmed songs for Maxine Ashley (“Happy With or Without You”), RuthAnne (“Take My Place”), Whinnie Williams (“Too Strong”), Littke Mix (“How Ya Doing?”) and Stooshe (“Black Heart”).

Future Cut have also collaborated with songwriters including Andrea Martin, Kara DioGuardi, Lindy Robbins, Wayne Hector, Nicole Morier, Shaznay Lewis, Chelcee Grimes, James Fauntleroy, Amanda Ghost, Traci Hale, Jo Perry, Claude Kelly, Erika Nuri, Makeba Riddick, Amy Wadge, and Cathy Dennis.

Besides writing songs on the next projects by Little Mix and Louise Redknapp, Harnett is expected to release her next project – featuring the Grades-produced lead single “Body” – later this year via all digital streaming outlets.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts contributions from Marlon Roudette, Alan Sampson, J Mills, Monro, Ari PenSmith, P2J, Michael Angelo, Hue Strother, Autumn Rowe, Maths Time Joy, Stint, and Rodney Jerkins.

Stream the following playlist dedicated to Future Cut’s works!

RuthAnne delivers new promotional single “Take My Place”

12 May

Irish singer/songwriter Ruth-Anne Cunningham, known mononymously as RuthAnne, has delivered her new promotional single online.

“Take My Place” – which was co-written by Heidi Rogas and produced by Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola of Future Cut – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

RuthAnne’s upcoming debut album – featuring further productions and songwriting contributions from Julian Bunetta, AFTERHRS, Noah Breakfast, and Malay – is scheduled to arrive later this year.

Among the artists RuthAnne previously penned songs for are Jojo (“Too Little, Too Late”), Katharine McPhee (“Over It”), Martin Garrix (“In the Name of Love”), Britney Spears (“Work Bitch”) and Niall Horan (“Slow Hands”).

Stream the audio clip for “Take My Place” below.

RuthAnne liberates new promotional single “The Vow”

23 Mar

Irish singer/songwriter Ruth-Anne Cunningham, known mononymously as RuthAnne, has liberated her new promotional single online.

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

Production duties on “The Vow” were handled by Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola of Future Cut, who are also responsible for Lily Allen’s “Smile,” Olly Murs’ “Dance with Me Tonight,” Maxine Ashley’s “Happy,” Lilly Ahlberg’s “Bad Boys,” Shakira’s “Gypsy,” Laura Izibor’s “Shine,” and Stooshe’s “Black Heart.”

As a songwriter, RuthAnne has contributed to John Legend’s upcoming sixth album under Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records.

Her previous credits include Jojo’s “Too Little, Too Late,” Katharine McPhee’s “Over It,” Leona Lewis’ “Perfection,” Martin Garrix’s “In the Name of Love,” Pixie Lott’s “Broken Arrow,” Britney Spears’ “Work Bitch,” Zac Samuel’s “Never Letting Go,” Thirdstory’s “G Train,” and Niall Horan’s “Slow Hands.”

Stream the audio clip for “The Vow” below.

RuthAnne reunites with Future Cut for new single “The Vow”

20 Mar

Irish singer/songwriter Ruth-Anne Cunningham, known mononymously as RuthAnne, has reunited with Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola for her new single “The Vow,” which will arrive on March 23 via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

RuthAnne previously teamed up with Future Cut on the track “When We Were in Love,” taken from New Zealand recording artist Anabel Fey’s sophomore album, “Show Me the Right Way,” released in 2011 via EMI / Siren Records.

Future Cut’s production resume boasts additional works with Lily Allen (“Smile”), Olly Murs (“Please Don’t Let Me Go”), Maxine Ashley (“Happy”), Lilly Ahlberg (“Bad Boys”), Shakira (“Gypsy”), Melanie Fiona (“You Stop My Heart”), Whinnie Williams (“What About Me”) and Stooshe (“Black Heart”).

As mentioned in previous posts, RuthAnne is scheduled to release her yet-to-be-titled debut studio collection – featuring further productions from James “Malay” Ho and Noah Breakfast – later this year.

On the songwriting front, RuthAnne is known for co-writing Jojo’s “Too Little, Too Late,” Katharine McPhee’s “Over It,” Leona Lewis’ “Perfection,” Martin Garrix’s “In the Name of Love,” Britney Spears’ “Work Bitch,” Zac Samuel’s “Never Letting Go,” and Niall Horan’s “Slow Hands.”

Stream the following playlist dedicated to Future Cut’s works!

Chelcee Grimes hits the studio with Lindy Robbins, Future Cut

6 Mar

British singer/songwriter Chelcee Grimes has teamed up with Lindy Robbins and Future Cut for a new collaboration.

Recent songwriting credits by Robbins include DJ Snake’s “A Different Way,” Sam Fisher’s “This City,” Jennifer Hudson’s “Burden Down,” Dua Lipa’s “No Goodbyes,” Paloma Faith’s “Crybaby,” and Rachel Platten’s “Collide.”

Composed of Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola, Future Cut’s production resume boasts works with Maxine Ashley (“Happy”), Lilly Ahlberg (“Bad Boys”), Whinnie Williams (“What About Me”), Matt Terry (“Heartless”), Bakar (“Small Town Girl”), Alex Adair (“Casual”) and Matt Wills (“Marry You”).

Grimes, on the other hand, is scheduled to release her upcoming debut project later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Label Group UK.

The still-untitled collection reportedly delivers further contributions from RedOne, Negin Djafari, Knightstarr, Phil Cook, Jonas Blue, Sam Romans, Fiona Bevan, Wayne Wilkins, Shelly Peiken, Ed Drewett, Richard “Biff” Stannard, Ash Howes, Kara DioGuardi, Jamie Hartman, Stuart Crichton, and Cutfather.

Having previously co-writtten Dua Lipa’s “Bad Together” and Louisa Johnson’s “So Good,” fans of Grimes’ songwriting works should also keep an eye on the next projects by Olly Murs, Jojo, Rita Ora, Era Istrefi, Imani Williams, Anne-Marie, Little Mix, Melissa Steel, Dakota, Antigoni Buxton, and Tamera Foster.

Stream the following playlist dedicated to Chelcee Grimes’ works!