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Mickey Guyton confirms details for new single

20 Jul

Mickey Guyton has confirmed the details for her new single.

The American country singer/songwriter (born Candace Mycale Guyton) christened “Nice Things” as the next promotional cut from her upcoming project under Universal Music Group / Capitol Records Nasville.

The track – available for download from July 28 via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets – was co-written by Liz Rose (Nelly Furtado, Colbie Caillat) and Stephanie Chapman (Lady Antebellum, Trisha Yearwood).

On the follow-up to 2014’s “Unbreakable” and 2015’s “Mickey Guyton,” the “Better Than You Left Me” star has reportedly worked with songwriters and producers including David Hodges, Bonnie McKee, Morgan Taylor Reid, Lucie Silvas, Troy Verges, Hillary Lindsey, and Busbee.

Watch the music video for “Heartbreak Song” below.

Kandace Springs releases new music video for “Place to Hide”

9 Jan

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Kandace Springs has released a new music video online.

The singer-songwriter posted the Julia Vastola-directed clip for “Place to Hide” to her YouTube channel (KSoul Springs) on Monday (January 09, 2017).

“Place to Hide” was initially recorded by British recording artist Lucie Silvas for her sophomore studio collection, “The Same Side.” Silvas wrote the song with Judie Tzuke and Graham Kearns.

Meanwhile, Springs’ debut album “Soul Eyes” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The critically-acclaimed collection boasts contributions from Evan Rogers (Rihanna), Carl Sturken (Shakira), Jimmy Harry (Kylie Minogue), Lindy Robbins (Rachel Platten) and Greg Wells (Katy Perry).

Watch the music video for “Place to Hide” below.

Kandace Springs debuts music video for new single “Thought it Would Be Easier”

29 May

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Kandace Springs has debuted the music video for her new single online.

The singer-songwriter-pianist posted the visual clip for “Thought it Would Be Easier” to her Vevo channel on Friday (May 27, 2016).

Production duties on “Thought it Would Be Easier” – now available for download via iTunes – were handled by Grammy-winning producer Larry Klein (Lizz Wright, Melody Gardot, Joni Mitchell, Herbie Hancock).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Springs will release her first studio collection “Soul Eyes” on June 24 through Blue Note Records.

Other album contributors include Evan Rogers & Carl Sturken (Rihanna), Jesse Harris (Norah Jones), Lucie Silvas (Will Young), James Harry (Kylie Minogue), Lindy Robbins (Jason Derulo) and Greg Wells (Katy Perry).

Watch the music video for “Thought it Would Be Easier” below.

Who is Fancy enlists Ariana Grande, Meghan Trainor for new single “Boys Like You”

23 Nov

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Who is Fancy has released the animation clip for his new single online.

The singer/songwriter posted the Ryan Maloney-directed clip for “Boys Like You” to his Vevo channel on Monday (November 23, 2015).

“Boys Like You” – featuring Ariana Grande and Meghan Trainor – is now available for download via iTunes and all other online outlets.

The track was also produced by Jonathan Rotem, whose recent credits include Gwen Stefani’s “Used to Love You” [Interscope Records] and Fifth Harmony’s “Like Mariah” [Syco Music / Epic Records].

Who is Fancy – real name Jake Hagood – is scheduled to release his first studio collection next year through Silent Records and Republic Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly boasts alliances with Max Martin (Christina Aguilera), Dr. Luke (Britney Spears), Robopop (Lana Del Rey), Emily Warren (Shawn Mendes) and Lucie Silvas (Katharine McPhee).

Watch the animation clip for “Boys Like You” below.

The Saturdays reveal credits for new album ‘Living for the Weekend’

15 Sep

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The Saturdays have revealed the official credits for their upcoming studio album.

The group will release “Living for the Weekend” in the United Kingdom on October 14 via Universal Music Group / Fascination / Polydor Records.

New single “Disco Love” – available for download from October 8 via iTunes and all other digital outlets – was written by Pálmi Ragner Ásgeirsson, Ásgeir Orri Ásgeirsson, Saethór Kristjánsson and Adam Klein.

Other songwriters on the new collection are Autumn Rowe (Zendaya, Cher Lloyd), Camille Purcell (Little Mix, Cover Drive), Priscilla Renea (Beyoncé, Alicia Keys), Celetia Martin (Ashley Tisdale, Conor Maynard), Lucie Silvas (Rachel Stevens, Katharine McPhee) and Diane Warren (Celine Dion, Whitney Houston).

Production duties were handled by The Jam: Michael Mani & Jordan Omley (Brandy, Raven Symone), Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins (John Legend, Kelly Rowland), Steve Mac (Kelly Clarkson, Leona Lewis), Jim Jonsin (Usher, Nicole Scherzinger) and Carl Ryden (Nabiha, Alexandra Burke).

The Saturdays – Living for the Weekend [Songwriting Credits]:
“What About Us” – (Camille Purcell / Ollie Jacobs / Philip Jacobs).
“Disco Love” – (Pálmi Ragner Ásgeirsson / Ásgeir Orri Ásgeirsson / Saethór Kristjánsson / Adam Klein).
“Gentleman” – (Priscilla Renea Hamilton / Lucas Nathanson / Scott Effman).
“Leave a Light On” – (Michael Mani / Jordan Omley).
“Not Giving Up” – (Antonio Egizii / Celetia Martin / David Musumeci / Carl Ryden).
“Lease My Love” – (Priscilla Renea Hamilton / Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins).
“30 Days” – (Autumn Rowe / Steve Mac).
“Anywhere With You” – (Una Healy / Mollie King / Frankie Sandford / Rochelle Humes / Vanessa White / David Schuler / Michael Mani / Jordan Omley).
“Problem with Love” – (Michael Mani / Jordan Omley / James Scheffer).
“You Don’t Have the Right” – (Diane Warren).
“Don’t Let Me Dance Alone” – (Una Healy / Mollie King / Frankie Sandford / Rochelle Humes / Vanessa White / David Schuler / Michael Mani / Jordan Omley).
“Somebody Else’s Life” – (Una Healy / Mollie King / Frankie Sandford / Rochelle Humes / Vanessa White / Charlie Holmes / Lucie Silvas / Judie Tzuke).
“Wildfire” – (Una Healy / Mollie King / Frankie Sandford / Rochelle Humes / Vanessa White / Julian Gingell / Barry Stone).

The Saturdays unleash music video for new single ‘Disco Love’

26 Aug

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The Saturdays are out with the music video for their new single online.

“Disco Love” marks the fourth promotional single from the British group’s upcoming studio album, scheduled to released later this year via Universal Music Group / Fascination / Polydor Records.

The track – produced by StopWaitGo – will be available for download on October 6 via iTunes and all other digital outlets.

Previous single “Gentleman” – which was co-written by Priscilla Renea Hamilton – peaked at number fourteen on the UK Singles Chart.

Other songwriters backing The Saturdays on the follow-up to 2011’s “On Your Radar” are Diane Warren (Kelly Rowland, Jennifer Hudson), Lucie Silvas (Katharine McPhee, Will Young), Autumn Rowe (Leona Lewis, Alexandra Burke) and Camille Purcell (Tinchy Stryder, Little Mix).

Producers include Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins (Britney Spears, Enrique Iglesias), Steve Mac (One Direction, The Wanted), Daniel “DJ Fresh” Stein (Ellie Goulding, Rita Ora) and Dimitri Tikovoi (Charli XCX, Mikky Ekko).

The Saturdays hit the studio with DJ Fresh for new album

1 May

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The Saturdays have collaborated with DJ Fresh for their upcoming album, which will be released later this year via Universal Music Group / Island Records.

The hitmaker – real name Daniel Stein – has previously collaborated with artists including Rita Ora [Columbia Records], Girls Aloud [Polydor Records], Ms. Dynamite [Relentless Records] and RaVaughn Brown [Columbia Records].

His latest album “Nextlevelism” was released in October 2012 via Ministry of Sound. That project debuted at number fourteen on the UK Albums Chart. It also and delivered five hit singles in the shape of “Louder,” “Hot Right Now,” “The Power,” “The Feeling” and “Gold Dust.”

Meanwhile, the new collection by The Saturdays – which serves as the follow-up to 2011’s “On Your Radar” – will sport further alliances with Steve Mac, Autumn Rowe, Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, Ina Wroldsen, Diane Warren, Lucie Silvas, Judie Tzuke, Ollie Jacobs, and Camille Purcell.