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Rachel Platten collaborates with Ryan Tedder for new album

20 May

Rachel Platten has collaborated with Ryan Tedder for her upcoming album.

The OneRepublic frontman is known for co-writing and producing Leona Lewis’ “Bleeding Love,” Hailee Steinfeld’s “Most Girls,” Beyonce’s “Halo,” Natasha Bedingfield’s “Love Like This,” Adele’s “Remedy,” Jordin Sparks’ “Battlefield,” Gwen Stefani “Baby Don’t Lie,” Ed Sheeran’s “Happier,” Ariana Grande’s “Why Try,” MØ’s “Nights With You,” and Taylor Swift’s “I Know Places.”

His extensive resume boasts additional works with fellow musicians including Noel Zancanella, Sam Watters, Louis Biancaniello, Troy “Radio” Johnson, Greg Wells, Rico Love, Wayne Wilkins, Oren Yoel, Jeff Bhasker, Fernando Garibay, Richard “Biff” Stannard, Mike Caren, Stargate, Benny Blanco, Cashmere Cat, Samuel “SOPHIE” Long, Jim Beanz, Timbaland, and Greg Kurstin.

Meanwhile, Platten is expected to release her next studio collection, which serves as the follow-up to 2016’s “Wildfire,” later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further productions from Jonathan “The Rabbi” Levine (Dua Lipa), MSTR ROGERS (Charlie XCX), Jason Evigan (HARLOE), Warren “Oak” Felder (Jennifer Lopez), Gian Stone (Fifth Harmony) and Jonas Jeberg (Ella Eyre).

Among the songwriters expected to appear on the album are Asia Whiteacre (Bebe Rexha), Sean Douglas (Jason Evigan), Fransisca Hall (Britney Spears), Johnny McDaid (Zara Larsson), Brett “Leland” McLaughlin (Troye Sivan) and Scott Harris (Shawn Mendes).

Stream the following playlist dedicated to Tedder’s work!

Rachel Platten reunites with Jon Levine for new album

5 May

Rachel Platten has reunited with Jon Levine for her upcoming album.

The Canadian record producer and songwriter previously teamed up with Platten on 2016’s “Wildfire,” which peaked to number five on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart and spawned singles “Fight Song” and “Stand By You.”

Levine’s other credits include Lea Michele’s “Anything’s Possible,” Samantha Jade’s “Always,” Dua Lipa’s “Blow Your Mind (Mwah),” Drake’s “Weston Road Flows,” Bebe Rexha’s “I’m Gonna Show You Crazy,” Little Mix’s “Red Planet,” Nelly Furtado’s “Well, Well,” and Kat Graham’s “I Think I’m in Love.”

Meanwhile, Platten is expected to release her next studio collection later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further productions from Jarrad Rogers (Rita Ora), Warren “Oak” Felder (Alicia Keys), Jason Evigan (Marina Diamandis) and Jonas Jeberg (Meghan Trainor).

Among the songwriters expected to appear on the album are Asia Whiteacre (Enrique Iglesias), Sean Douglas (Madonna), Fransisca Hall (Selena Gomez), Johnny McDaid (Ed Sheeran) and Scott Harris (Melanie Martinez).

Stream “Wildfire” below.

Rachel Platten records new music with Scott Harris

6 Apr

Rachel Platten has teamed with Scott Harris for a new collaboration.

The American multi-platinum songwriter, producer, and musician is known for his work with Shawn Mendes (“Treat You Better”), The Chainsmokers (“Don’t Let Me Down”), Naughty Boy (“Should’ve Been Me”), Melanie Martinez (“Tag, You’re It”), Lost Kings (“Phone Down”), Sabrina Carpenter (“White Flag”), Niykee Heaton (“Villa”) and Tiesto & Oliver Heldens (“Right Song”).

Harris’ resume boasts additional collaborations with fellow songwriters including Emily Warren, Anne Preven, Madison Emiko Love, Audra Mae, Josh Grant, Ido Zmishlany, Teddy Geiger, Martin Terefe, Geoffrey Warburton, Brian Kierulf, Matt Squire, Joe London, AMMO, Drew Pearson, and Mac & Phil.

Meanwhile, Platten is expected to release her next studio collection later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records.

The follow-up to 2016’s “Wildfire” reportedly delivers further productions from Alex Hope (Kacy Hill), Warren “Oak” Felder (Kelly Clarkson), Jason Evigan (Skylar Grey), Gian Stone (Fifth Harmony), Leland (Troye Sivan), Jonas Jeberg (Demi Lovato), Robopop (Betty Who) and MSTR ROGERS (Charli XCX).

Among the songwriters expected to appear on the still-untitled project are Asia Whiteacre (Hailee Steinfeld), Sean Douglas (Bebe Rexha), Fransisca Hall (Lea Michele), Ross Golan (Charlie Puth), Negin Djafari (Liza Owen), JHart (Fleur East), Priscilla Renea (David Guetta) and Nate Campany (Tori Kelly).

Stream “Wildfire” below.

Charlotte OC liberates debut album “Careless People”

31 Mar

British singer/songwriter Charlotte OC – real name Charlotte O’Connor – has liberated her first studio collection online.

“Careless People” – featuring singles “Darkest Hour,” “Shell” and “Medicine Man” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The highly-anticipated project boasts productions from Tim Anderson (BANKS), Jon Levine (Bebe Rexha), Chris Spilfogel (Halsey), Daniel Nigro (Sky Ferreira), Trevor Lawrence Jr. (Bruno Mars) and Linda Perry (Alicia Keys).

Album songwriters include Laura “LP” Pergolizzi (Rihanna), Sean Foreman (Kesha), Jarrad Rogers (Betty Who), Sacha Skarbek (Lana Del Rey), Francis “Eg” White (Mary J. Blige), Nate Campany (Ellie Goulding), Daniel Weber (POWERS), Tom Aspaul (Liza Owen) and Martin Sjolie (Maria Mena).

Stream “Careless People” below.

Betty Who delivers sophomore album “The Valley”

26 Mar

Australian singer/songwriter Betty Who – real name Jessica Newham – has delivered her sophomore studio collection online.

“The Valley” – featuring singles “I Love You Always Forever,” “Human Touch,” “Some Kind of Wonderful” and “Mama Say” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The follow-up to 2014’s “Take Me When You Go” boasts productions from Peter Thomas (Hilary Duff), Kyle Moorman (Jason Derulo), Robopop (James Blunt), Jarrad Rogers (Charli XCX), Warren “Oak” Felder (Liam Payne), Zaire Kaolo (Kehlani) and The Monsters & Strangerz (Jennifer Lopez).

On the songwriting front, Betty Who has collaborated with Fransisca Hall (Selena Gomez), Justin Tranter (Fifth Harmony), Ali Tamposi (Kelly Clarkson), Oligee (Ellie Goulding), Zak Waters (Jojo) and Trevor Brown (Fleur East).

Stream “The Valley” below.

Charlotte OC releases acoustic rendition of “Darkest Hour”

17 Mar

British singer/songwriter Charlotte OC has released a new song online.

The acoustic rendition of “Darkest Hour” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was written by Charlotte OC alongside Jarrad Rogers (Demi Lovato, Rita Ora) and Sean Foreman (Kesha, Ariana Grande).

Production duties on “Darkest Hour” were handled by Tim Anderson, whose other credits include BANKS’ “Mind Games,” Sam Sparrow’s “Yellow Orange Rays,” Halsey’s “Hurricane,” and Solange’s “Sleep in the Park.”

As mentioned in earlier posts, Charlotte OC will release her sophomore studio collection “Careless People” on March 31 via Harvest Records.

The highly-anticipated project delivers further songwriters contributions from Tom Aspaul (Celeste Waite), Andrew Jackson (Ellie Goulding), Nate Campany (Tori Kelly), Daniel Nigro (Sky Ferreira) and Laura “LP” Pergolizzi (Becky Hill).

On the follow-up to 2011’s “For Kenny,” Charlotte OC has also worked with Francis “Eg” White (Sam Smith), Martin Sjolie (Maria Mena), Jone Levine (Bebe Rexha), Sacha Skarbek (Lana Del Rey) and Adam Argyle (Ella Henderson).

Listen to the audio clip for “Darkest Hour” below.

Betty Who delivers new single “You Can Cry Tomorrow”

4 Mar

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Betty Who has delivered her new single online.

“You Can Cry Tomorrow” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written by Peter Thomas, Zakariyah “Zak Waters” Stucchi, Vaughn “DJ U-Tern” Oliver, and Oliver “Oligee” Goldstein.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Betty Who will release her sophomore album “The Valley” – featuring previous singles “Some Kinda Wonderful,” “I Love You Always Forever,” “Human Touch” – on March 24 via RCA Records.

The follow-up to 2014’s “Take Me When You Go” reportedly boasts further songwriting contributions from Fransisca Hall, Justin Tranter, Ali Tamposi, Paul “Phamous” Shelton, Simon Wilcox, James “JHart” Abrahart, Phoebe Ryan, Wrabel, Ilsey Juber, Evan “Kidd” Bogart, and Priscilla Renea.

On the production front, Betty Who has worked with Jarrad Rogers, Toby Gad, Martin Johnson, Warren “Oak” Felder, Andrew “Pop” Wansel, Zaire Koalo, Trevor Brown, Felix Snow, and Daniel “Robopop” Omelio.

Listen to the audio clip for “You Can Cry Tomorrow” below.