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Tinashe reveals “Songs for You” tracklisting, release date

14 Nov

Tinashe has announced the release date and tracklisting for her new album.

The American singer/songwriter will release “Songs for You” on November 21 via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

Current promotional single “Touch and Go” – featuring 6LACK – was written by Tinashe alongside Lisa Scinta, Elliott Trent and Dimitri McDowell.

Other album contributors include Kaytranada, Mayila Jones, Kito, Whitney Phillips, Mackenzie Johnson, Rook Monroe, Killah B, Max Levin, and Trackside (aka Parrish Warrington and Diederik van Elsas of Trackside).

See the tracklisting for “Song For You” below.

(1) Feelings / (2) Life’s Too Short / (3) Hopscotch / (4) Stormy Weather / (5) Save Room for Us / (6) Story of Us / (7) Die a Little Bit / (8) Perfect Crime / (9) Cash Race / (10) Link Up / (11) Touch & Go / (12) Know Better / (13) You / (14) So Much Better / (15) Remember When

Tinashe delivers new single “Touch & Go” with 6LACK

7 Nov

American singer/songwriter Tinashe Kachingwe, known mononymously as Tinashe, has delivered her new single online.

“Touch & Go” – which was written by Tinashe alongside Lisa Scinta, Elliott Trent and Dimitri McDowell – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The 6LACK-featuring/Killa B-produced track will appear on Tinashe’s upcoming project, “Songs for You,” which is scheduled to arrive later this year.

The follow-up to 2018’s “Joyride” – which also features previous single “Die A Little” – reportedly boasts additional contributions from Kaytranada (Alicia Keys, Craig David), Mayila Jones (Alina Baraz, Lauren Jauregui), Kito (Banks, Empress Of) and Whitney Phillips (Christina Aguilera, Nick Jonas).

Stream the audio clip for “Touch & Go” below.

Tinashe releases new single “Die a Little Bit”

24 Oct

Tinashe has teamed up with Ms Banks for her new single “Die a Little Bit,” which is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The track was co-written by Krystin “Rook Monroe” Watkins (Rihanna, Arin Ray) and produced by Parrish Warrington and Diederik van Elsas of Trackside (Selena Gomez, Ryan Destiny).

Tinashe’s upcoming full-length project “Songs for You” – featuring further productions and songwriting contributions from Kaytranada, Mayila Jones, Kito, and Whitney Phillips – is expected to arrive later this year.

Watch the music video for “Die a Little Bit” below.

Tinashe enlists Kito, Whitney Phillips for new collaboration

15 May

American singer/songwriter Tinashe Kachingwe, known mononymously as Tinashe, has enlisted Kito and Whitney Phillips for a new collaboration.

Born Maaike Lebbing, Kito’s songwriting and production resume boasts works with Banks (“Gimme”), Jorja Smith (“The One”), Mabel (“Low Key”), Tara Carosielli (“Money”) and M.O (“Man Enuff”).

Meanwhile, Phillips is responsible for co-writing Zara Larsson’s “Don’t Worry Bout Me,” Christina Aguilera’s “Like I Do,” Era Istrefi’s “Origami,” Fifth Harmony’s “Deliver,” and Destiny Rogers’ “Tomboy.”

Tinashe’s upcoming project – which reportedly features further contributions from Kaytranada and Mayila Jones – is expected to arrive later this year.

Her last studio collection, 2018’s “Joyride,” peaked to number twenty-nine on the US Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart and spawned singles “No Drama,” “Faded Love” and “Me So Bad.”

Stream the audio clip for “Fires and Flames” below.

 

Tinashe hits the studio with Mayila, Kaytranada

21 Feb

American singer/songwrite Tinashe Kachingwe, known mononymously as Tinashe, has teamed up with Mayila and Kaytranda for a new collaboration.

Besides releasing her own promotional single “Me + Me,” Mayila is also known for co-writing two songs for Tinashe – “Me So Bad” (featuring Ty Dolla $ign and French Montana) and “Throw a Fit.”

Meanwhile, Kaytranada’s production resume boasts works with Craig David (“Got it Good”), Cassie (“Don’t Play it Safe”), Alicia Keys (“Sweet Love”), Kali Uchis (“Only Girl”), VanJess (“Another Lover”), Mary J. Blige (“Telling the Truth”) and Sinead Harnett (“Say What You Mean”).

Prior to parting ways with Sony Music imprint RCA Records, Tinashe released her sophomore studio collection “Joyride,” which peaked to number twenty-nine on the US Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart.

That collection also delivered productions from Stargate (“Faded Love”), J. White (“Ooh La La”), Tricky Stewart (“Superlove”), Joel Compass (“Fires and Flames”), Soundz (“No Contest”) and T-Minus (“He Don’t Want It”).

Watch the music video for “No Drama” below.

Alicia Keys reunites with Jeff Bhasker for new collaboration

2 May

American singer, songwriter, record producer Alicia Keys has reunited with fellow musician Jeff Bhasker for a new collaboration.

Bhasker previously co-wrote and co-produced “Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart,” “Love is Blind,” “Wait Til You See My Smile,” “Like the Sea,” “Girl on Fire” and the Bruno Mars-assisted “Tears Always Win,” taken from the albums “The Element of Freedom” (2009) and “Girl on Fire” (2012), respectively.

Bhasker’s extensive resume boasts additional works with Beyonce (“Party”), Mark Ronson (“Uptown Funk”), Rihanna (“Kiss it Better”), Ed Sheeran (“Photograph”), Katy Perry (“Pendulum”), Harry Styles (“Sign of the Times”), Lana Del Rey (“National Anthem”) and Drake (“Find Your Love”).

Meanwhile, Keys is expected to release her seventh studio collection later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Records.

The follow-up to 2016’s “Here” reportedly delivers further contributions from Swizz Beatz, Kaytranada, Johnny McDaid, Stacy Barthe, Arrow Benjamin, Emile Haynie, Fred Ball, DaHeala, Foy Vance, and Andrew Wyatt.

Watch the music video for “Tears Always Win” below.

Alicia Keys hits the studio with Andrew Wyatt

24 Apr

American singer, songwriter, and record producer Alicia Keys has teamed up with fellow musician Andrew Wyatt for a new collaboration.

The Miike Snow vocalist is responsible for co-writing singles including Bruno Mars’ “When I Was Your Man,” Lorde’s “Perfect Places,” Dua Lipa’s “New Love,” Liam Gallagher’s “Chinatown,” and Beck’s “Dreams.”

Wyatt’s songwriting resume boasts additional works with Florence + The Machine (“Wish That You Were Here”), Kacy Hill (“First Time”), Pixie Lott (“Ain’t Got You”) and Charli XCX (“I Need Ur Love”).

Meanwhile, Keys is expected to release her seventh studio collection early next year via Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Records.

The follow-up to 2016’s “Here” reportedly delivers further productions and songwriting contributions from Kaytranada, Johnny McDaid, Stacy Barthe, Arrow Benjamin, Emile Haynie, Fred Ball, DaHeala, and Foy Vance.

Watch the music video for “In Common” below.