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Tom Grennan drafts Jordan Riley for new single “Found What I’ve Been Looking For”

12 Jul

British singer/songwriter Tom Grennan has debuted his new single online.

“Found What I’ve Been Looking For” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written and produced by fellow recording artist Jordan Riley, whose resume boasts further works with Dan Caplen (“Flat Champagne”), WENS (“If”), Nina Nesbitt (“Almost You”), Dua Lipa (“Do it Again”), Grace Carter (“Liar”), Mullally (“Don’t Give Me That Look”), Chloe Leone (“Find It”), Zak Abel (“Voices”) and Dakota (“Say it Again”).

Meanwhile, Grennan’s upcoming project is expected to arrive later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / Insanity Records.

The follow-up 2016’s “Something in the Water” reportedly delivers additional alliances with Jake Gosling (Shania Twain), Amy Wadge (Ed Sheeran), Francis “Eg” White (Sam Smith), MoZella (Miley Cyrus), Adriano Buffone (Conrad Sewell), Diane Warren (Celine Dion) and Jonny Lattimer (Kwabs).

Listen to the audio clip for “Found What I’ve Been Looking For” below.

L Devine unveils new promotional single “School Girls”

7 Jul

British singer/songwriter Olivia Devine, professionally known as L Devine, has unveiled her new promotional single online.

“School Girls” – co-written by L Devin alongside the song’s producer Mickey Valen – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

L Devine’s upcoming debut project, on the other hand, is expected to arrive later this year via Warner Music Group / Warner Brothers Records.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts further alliances with Kinetics & One Love, Jordan Riley, Negin Djafari, Phil Cook, Jonny Lattimer, Lucy “Pawws” Taylor, Knightstarr, Patrik Patrikous, Youthonix, Emily Warren, Pip Kembo, Justin Broad, Nate Cyphert, Parker Ighile, and Mojam Music.

Listen to the audio clip for “School Girls” below.

Chloe Leone teams up with Fred Cox for new single “Comfortably Me”

30 May

British singer/songwriter Chloe Leone has released her new single online.

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

Production duties on “Comfortably Me” were handled by Fred Cox, whose other credits include Tanika’s “Fuck Boy,” Kiah Victoria’s “Treat Me,” Zak Abel’s “Rock Bottom,” Rag’n’Bone Man’s “Grace,” Lion Babe’s “Impossible,” James Morrison’s “Stay Like This,” Joel Compass’ “Back to Me,” Idris Elba’s “Bridges,” and Billie Marten’s “Bird.”

Leone’s upcoming project, which follows 2016’s “Domesticated,” is expected to arrive later this year via Lionnes Lovers.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts further alliances with Jonny Lattimer (Izzy Bizu), Becky Hill (Rudimental), Knox Brown (Mary J. Blige), Chiara Hunter (David Guetta), Phil Cook (Jasmine Thompson), Tom Aspaul (Celeste Waite), Pantha (Emeli Sande), Max McElligott (John Newman), Fabienne Holloway (Rosie Lowe) and Ed Thomas (Sinead Harnett).

Fans of Cox’s works, on the other hand, should keep an eye on the next projects by Will Heard, RAYE, Dionne Bromfield, Josef Salvat, Kara Marni, Tori Kelly, Anne-Marie, Sam Smith, Kali Uchis, Taya, Janelle Monae, Conrad Sewell, Dakota, Kenzie May, Lily Moore, Becky Hill, Craig David, Terri Walker, KStewart, Izzy Bizu, Ady Suleiman, Grace Carter, and Denai Moore.

Stream the audio clip for “Comfortably Me” below.

Tayla Parx teases new collaboration with Janelle Monae

17 May

Tayla Parx has teased a new collaboration with Janelle Monae.

“I was finishing up Janelle Monae album in ATL and Big Boi walks in like ..you tryna do a freestyle like that on my record? Love the south,” the American singer/songwriter tweeted on Tuesday (May 16, 2017).

Parx (real name Taylor Parks) is responsible for co-writing Mariah Carey’s “Infinity,” Alicia Keys’ “In Common,” Jojo’s “Fuck Apologies,” Jason Derulo’s “Love Me Down,” Meghan Trainor’s “Better,” Fifth Harmony’s “Bo$$,” Jennifer Lopez’s “So Good,” and Keyshia Cole’s “Rick James.”

Her extensive resume delivers additional works with producers KAYTRANADA, Eric Hudson, Illangelo, Tommy Brown, Dem Jointz, Noel Zancanella, T-Collar, Ian Kirkpatrick, Electric, Ricky Reed, TMS, Emanuel Kiriakou, Andrew Goldstein, The Stereotypes, Rodney Jerkins, Greg Wells, Antonio Dixon, The Rascals, Mitch Allan, Nick Monson, and Daniel “Daylight” Kyriakides.

Meanwhile, Monae is expected to release her fourth studio collection, which serves as the follow-up 2013’s “The Electric Lady,” later this year Wondaland Records in partnership with Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly boasts further collaborations Jonny Lattimer (Kwabs, Ellie Goulding), Ina Wroldsen (Britney Spears, Rag’n’Bone Man), Adriano Buffone (Avicii, JP Cooper), Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett (RAYE, Clean Bandit) and Fred Cox (Tanika Bailey, Jamie Lidell).

Fans of Parx’s songwriting works, on the other hand, should keep an eye on the next projects by Cassie, Ariana Grande, Christina Aguilera, Demi Lovato, Kesha, Fleur East, Mollie King, Stanaj, Diana Gordon, Alina Baraz, Majid Jordan, Hailee Steinfeld, Skip Marley, Tori Kelly, and Cameron Dallas.

Stream “The Electric Lady” 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.

Anne-Marie unveils music video for new single “Ciao Adios”

9 Mar

Anne-Marie has unveiled the music video for her new single online.

The British singer-songwriter posted the visual clip for “Ciao Adios” to her YouTube channel on Thursday (March 09, 2017).

The track was co-written by Anne-Marie alongside Jennifer Decilveo, whose other credits include Rebecca Ferguson’s “Without a Woman,” Wynter Gordon’s “Bleeding Out,” Rixton’s “Wait on Me,” Melanie Martinez’s “Play Date,” Andra Day’s “Rise,” Ryn Weaver’s “Free,” and Theory of a Deadman’s “Angel.”

Production duties on “Ciao Adios” were collectively handled by Mason “MdL” Levy (Justin Bieber, Samantha Jade, Mike Posner) and Tom Meredith (Andy Grammar, Brandyn Burnette, Astrid S).

Anne-Marie’s first studio collection, on the other hand, will arrive later this year via Major Tom’s Music and Asylum Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further songwriting contributions from RAYE, Ed Sheeran, Amy Wadge, JHart, Stacy Barthe, Jean Baptiste Kouame, Chelcee Grimes, Luke James, Natasha Bedingfield, Jin Jin, Wayne Hector, Ina Wroldsen, Thomas Jules, and Laura Dockrill.

On the production front, Anne-Marie has worked with Chris Loco, Fraser T. Smith, Bless Beats, Greg Wells, Rick Nowels, Jesse Shatkin, Knox Brown, Digital Farm Animals, Jim Eliot, Cass Lowe, Jamie Scott, Felix Joseph, Jonas Jeberg, Steve Mac, Bradford Ellis, Two Inch Punch, Jonny Lattimer, and Fred Cox.

Watch the music video for “Ciao Adios” below.

Anne-Marie hits the studio with RAYE

1 Mar

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Anne-Marie has recorded new music with RAYE.

The British singer/songwriter – real name Rachel Keen – is known for co-writing Charli XCX’s “After the Afterparty,” Snakehips’ “Don’t Leave,” M.O’s “Not in Love,” Blonde’s “All Cried Out,” Era Istrefi’s “Home with You,” Jax Jones’ “You Don’t Know Me,” and Matoma’s “The Wave.”

RAYE’s mini-collection “SECOND” – featuring “I, U, Us,” “Tell Me,” “Ambition,” “Shhh,” and “Distraction” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming outlets.

Meanwhile, Anne-Marie will release her first studio collection – featuring singles “Ciao, Adios,” “Alarm,” “Boy,” and “Do It Right” – later this year via Major Tom’s Music and Asylum Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further songwriting contributions from Ed Sheeran, Amy Wadge, JHart, Stacy Barthe, Jean Baptiste Kouame, Chelcee Grimes, Luke James, Natasha Bedingfield, and Jin Jin.

On the production front, Anne-Marie has teamed up with Chris Loco, Fraser T. Smith, Bless Beats, Greg Wells, Rick Nowels, Jesse Shatkin, Knox Brown, Digital Farm Animals, Jim Eliot, Cass Lowe, Bradford Ellis, Steve Mac, Jonny Lattimer, Two Inch Punch, and Jamie Scott.

Watch the music video for “I, U, Us” below.