Tag Archives: Jonathan Rotem

John Newman delivers new promotional single “Fire in Me”

12 Mar

British singer/songwriter John Newman has delivered his new single online.

“Fire in Me” – which was co-written by James Newman, David “Dave the Doctor” Mørup, and Philip Plested – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Newman is scheduled to release his third album and follow-up to 2015’s “Revolve” later this year via Island Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly boasts further contributions from The Electric, Fred Ball, Evan Bogart, Jonathan Rotem, Andrew Jackson, Johnny McDaid, Foy Vance, Jamie Hartman, Max McElligott, Johnny Ghost, Digital Farm Animals, Guy Chambers, Jonny Coffer, and Goldfingers.

As a songwriter, Newman recently co-write “‘Til I’m Done” for Paloma Faith alongside regular collaborators Wayne Hector and TMS (aka Peter “Merf” Kelleher, Benjamin Kohn, and Thomas “Froe” Barnes).

Watch the music video for “Fire in Me” below.

Noah Cyrus hits the studio with Emily Weisband, Big Taste for new collaboration

7 Feb

American singer/songwriter Noah Cyrus has teamed with Emily Weisband and Leroy “Big Taste” Clampitt for a new collaboration.

Weisband recently co-wrote “Consequences” for Camila Cabello alongside Amy Wadge and Nicolle Galyon. The track appears on Cabello’s debut album “Camila,” which topped the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart.

Meanwhile, Big Taste’s songwriting/production resume boasts works with Justin Bieber (“Company”), Madison Beer (“Home with You”), Dua Lipa (“Genesis”), Adam Lambert (“Two Fux”), Maty Noyes (“Falling Out of Love”), Jake Miller (“Superhuman”) and Phoebe Ryan (“Forgetting All About You”).

Photo Credit: Jack McKain

As mentioned in earlier posts, Cyrus’ upcoming debut album “NC-17” – featuring the Savan Kotecha-penned / Max Martin and Ali Payami-produced single “We Are Fucked” – is scheduled to arrive later this year via Barry Weiss’ label RECORDS in partnership with Sony Music imprint Columbia Records.

The highly-anticipated project reportedly yields additional productions and songwriting contributions from Benny Cassette, Stint, Two Inch Punch, Sasha Sloan, Jonathan Rotem, Noonie Bao, Sam Romans, and Jenna Andrews.

Stream the audio clip for “We Are Fucked” below.

Keith Urban delivers new promotional single “Parallel Line”

19 Jan

New Zealand-born Australian country music singer/songwriter Keith Urban has delivered his new promotional single online.

“Parallel Line” – which was written by Ed Sheeran alongside Johnny McDaid, Amy Wadge, Julia Michaels, and Benjamin “Benny Blanco” Levin – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

As mentioned in various medial outlets, Urban’s upcoming tenth album “Graffiti U” – featuring previous promotional single “Female” – is scheduled to arrive later this year via Capitol Nashville / Hit Red Records.

The follow-up to 2016’s “Ripcord” reportedly yields additional alliances with Jason Evigan, Chris Wallace, Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem, Matthew Radosevich, Francis “Eg” White, Shy Carter, Hillary Lindsey, and Greg Wells.

Stream the audio clip for “Parallel Line” below.

Ruth-Anne scheduled to release new music in 2018

31 Dec

Irish singer/songwriter Ruth-Anne Cunningham, known mononymously as RuthAnne, is planning to release new music from her debut album in 2018.

Alongside record producers Billy Steinberg and Josh Alexander, RuthAnne has co-penned songs for Jojo (“Too Little, Too Late”), Katharine McPhee (“Over It”) and Leona Lewis (“Perfection”).

Her extensive resume boasts additional songwriting works with Niall Horan (“Slow Hands”), Martin Garrix (“In the Name of Love”), Britney Spears (“Work Bitch”), Pixie Lott (“Broken Arrow”), Third Story (“G Train”), Jasmine V (“Jealous”), Zac Samuel (“Never Letting Go”), Nadine Coyle (“Running”), One Direction (“No Control”) and Alex & Sierra (“Little Do You Know”).

In addition to Steinberg and Alexander, RuthAnne has also teamed up with top producers including TMS, Julian Bunetta, Chris Braide, MNEK, John Ryan, Toby Gad, Axident, Lucas Secon, Cutfather, Jonas Jeberg, Stephan Moccio, Malay, John Shanks, Alex Da Kid, Johnny Douglas, Two Inch Punch, Moon Willis, Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem, Al Shux, and Mojam Music.

Stream the audio clip for “Love’s Just a Feeling” below.

Keith Urban hits the studio with Jason Evigan for new collaboration

19 Dec

New Zealand-born Australian country music singer/songwriter Keith Urban has teamed up with Jason Evigan for a new collaboration.

The American record producer and songwriter’s recent credits include Boy Epic’s “Trust,” Chromeo’s “Juice,” Robin Schulz’s “Nakes,” Sage the Gemini’s “Whatchacha,” Rachel Platten’s “Collide,” Maroon 5’s “What Lovers Do,” Fifth Harmony’s “Lonely Night,” and Sofia Carson’s “Ins and Outs.”

Fans of Evigan’s works should also keep an eye on the next releases by Nick Jonas, Ella Henderson, Charlie Puth, Rita Ora, Jason Mraz, Louisa Johnson, Maluma, Bebe Rexha, Louis Tomlinson, Ella Eyre, Alex Aiono, Jessie Reyez, Kiiara, Marina Diamandis, Avril Lavigne, and DNCE.

Meanwhile, Urban is expected to release his tenth studio collection early next year via Capitol Nashville / Hit Red Records.

Other album contributors include Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem (Meghan Trainor), Amy Wadge (Lukas Graham), Greg Wells (Dua Lipa), Julia Michaels (Ed Sheeran), Shy Carter (Kane Brown), Francis “Eg” White (Adele), Hillary Lindsey (Taylor Swift) and Matt Radosevich (Niall Horan).

Urban’s current single “Female” – which was written by Nicole Galyon, Shane McNally and Ross Copperman – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Stream the audio clip for “Female” below.

Keith Urban enlists Julia Michaels, Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem for new collaboration

4 Nov

New Zealand-born Australian country music singer/songwriter Keith Urban has enlisted fellow recording artist Julia Michaels and record producer Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem for a new collaboration.

Recent songwriting credits by Michaels include Maroon 5’s “Lips on You,” Jessie Ware’s “Hearts,” Clean Bandit’s “I Miss You,” Pink’s “Barbies,” Snakehips’ “Either Way,” Justin Bieber’s “Friends,” Selena Gomez’s “Bad Liar,” Jasmine Thompson’s “Wanna Know Love,” and Sofia Carson’s “Ins & Outs.”

Meanwhile, Rotem is responsible for producing Gwen Stefani’s “Used to Love You,” Charlie Puth’s “Dangerously,” Fifth Harmony’s “Like Mariah,” Jason Derulo’s “Pick Up the Pieces,” Meghan Trainor’s “No Good for You,” Rick Ross’ “Can’t Say No,” and Linkin Park’s “Talking to Myself.”

Urban, on the other hand, is expected to release his tenth studio collection early next year via Capitol Nashville / Hit Red Records.

The follow-up to 2016’s “Ripcord” reportedly delivers additional songwriting contributions and productions from Greg Wells (Katy Perry), Amy Wadge (Ed Sheeran), Shy Carter (Jessie Reyez), Francis “Eg” White (Sam Smith), Hillary Lindsey (Taylor Swift) and Matt Radosevich (Niall Horan).

Stream the audio clip for “Wasted Time” below.

Kelly Clarkson unwraps tracklisting for new album “Meaning of Life”

30 Sep

Kelly Clarkson has unwrapped the tracklisting for her upcoming eighth album “Meaning of Life,” which will arrive on October 27 via Atlantic Records.

Featuring current singles “Love So Soft” and “Move on You;” the follow-up to 2015’s “Piece By Piece” boasts songwriting contributions from MoZella (Charlie Puth), Audra Mae (Fantasia), Priscilla Renea (Alicia Keys), Ilsey Juber (Beyonce), Harloe (Nick Jonas) and Michael Pollack (Charli XCX).

On the production front, Clarkson has worked with Greg Kurstin (Katy Perry), Jesse Shatkin (Sia), Mick Schultz (Kelly Clarkson), Jonathan Rotem (Usher), Nova Wav (Britney Spears), Jussi Illmari (Alma), Nick Ruth (Mikky Ekko), Diztortion (Rihanna) and Kuya Productions (Alessia Cara).

See the tracklisting for “Meaning of Life” below.

(1) A Minute (Intro) / (2) Love So Soft / (3) Heat / (4) Meaning of Life / (5) Move You / (6) Whole Lotta Woman / (7) Medicine / (8) Cruel / (9) Didn’t I / (10) Would You Call That Love / (11) I Don’t Think About You / (12) Slow Dance / (13) Don’t You Pretend / (14) Go High