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Alex Aiono liberates new promotional single “Thinking About You”

13 Jan

Singer/songwriter Alex Aiono has liberated his new promotional single online.

“Thinking About You” – which was written by Aiono alongside Rosina “Soaky Siren” Russell, Tinashe “T-Collar” Sibanda, Philip “Pip” Kembo, and Johnny Yukon – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Aiono’s upcoming project – featuring previous singles “One at a Time” and “Does it Feel Like Falling” – is expected to arrive later this year via Universal Music Group / Interscope Records.

The still-untitled collection reportedly yields additional alliances with The Rascals, Dewain Whitmore, Michael Pollack, Jin Jin, TobiShyBoy, Lisa Scinta, Maestro the Baker, ADP, Jesse Saint John, Eskeerdo, John Ryan, Madison Love, Levi Lennox, Alex Stacey, Trey Campbell, and Jason Evigan.

Stream the audio clip for “Thinking About You” below.

Camila Cabello releases debut studio collection “Camila”

12 Jan

Cuban-American singer/songwriter Camila Cabello has released her debut studio collection under Syco Music and Epic Records online.

“Camila” – featuring promotional singles “Havana,” “Never be the Same” and “Real Friends” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The highly-anticipated project was prominently produced by Frank Dukes, whose resume boasts additional works with Lorde’s “Greenlight,” Zayn Malik’s “Still Got Time,” Nicki Minaj’s “Regret in Your Tears,” Frank Ocean’s “Biking,” Bebe Rexha’s “Comfortable,” and Justine Skye’s “Good Love.”

Other album contributors include Pharrell Williams, Sasha Sloan, Ryan Tedder, Noonie Bao, Jeff Gitty, Skrillex, Ilsey Juber, Louis Bell, Ali Tamposi, Brian Lee, Starrah, Andrew Watt, Madison Love, Billy Walsh, Amy Wadge, JHart, Nicolle Galyon, Te Whiti Warbick, Emily Weisband, Jesse Saint John, Sarah Hudson, T-Minus, Simon Wilcox, Justin Tranter, and The Futuristics.

Stream “Camila” below.

Sabrina Carpenter drafts Sasha Sloan for new collaboration

6 Jan

American singer/songwriter Sabrina Carpenter has drafted fellow recording artist Sasha Sloan for a new collaboration.

Born Alexandra Yatchenko, Sloan recently co-wrote “Never Be the Same” for Camila Cabello alongside Noonie Bao and the song’s producer Adam “Frank Dukes” Feeney. The track appears on Cabello’s debut album, “Camila,” which will arrive on January 12 via Syco Music and Epic Records.

In between releasing her own promotional singles “Runaway” and “Ready Yet,” Sloan has also co-penned songs for other artists including Ella Henderson (“Ugly”), Niia Rocco (“Nobody”), Alma (“Phases”), Maggie Lindemann (“Pretty Girl”), Kygo (“This Town”) and Louis Tomlinson (“Just Hold On”).

Meanwhile, Carpenter’s third studio collection – featuring the Leland-penned / Jonas Jeberg-produced lead single “Why” – is expected to arrive later this year via Universal Music Group / Hollywood Records.

The follow-up to 2016’s “Evolution” reportedly delivers additional alliances with Stargate, Madison Love, Brittany “Delacey” Amaradio, Nate Campany, Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, Alex Hope, Marcus Lomax, James “JHart” Abrahart, Carassius Gold, Ross Golan, Jonas Blue, and The Futuristics.

Stream the audio clip for “Runaway” below.

Camila Cabello unwraps tracklisting for debut album

22 Dec

Camila Cabello has unwrapped the tracklisting for her upcoming debut album “Camila,” which will arrive on January 12 via Syco Music and Epic Records.

Current promotional singles “Never Be the Same” and “Real Friends,” both produced by Adam Feeney (professionally known as Frank Dukes), are now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

The highly-anticipated project boasts further contributions from The Futuristics, Starrah, Brian Lee, Madison Love, Jesse Saint John, Noonie Bao, Billy Walsh, Simon Wilcox, Andrew Watt, Sasha Sloan, Louis Bell, Sarah Hudson, Pharrell Williams, Ali Tamposi, and James “JHart” Abrahart.

See the tracklisting for “Camila” below:

(1) Never Be the Same / (2) All These Years / (3) She Loves Control / (4) Havana / (5) Inside Out / (6) Consequences / (7) Real Friends” / (8) Something’s Gotta Give / (9) In the Dark / (10) Into It

Stream the audio clip for “Real Friends” below.

Ava Max enlists Madison Love, Cirkut for new song “Not Your Barbie Girl”

16 Dec

Ava Max has shared a new song online.

The American singer/songwriter posted the audio clip for “Not Your Barbie Girl” to her SoundCloud channel on Friday (December 16, 2017).

The track was co-written by Madison Love, whose other credits include G-Eazy’s “Him & I,” Pitbull’s “Por Favor,” Machine Gun Kelly’s “Bad Things,” Astrid S’ “Think Before I Talk,” Madison Beer’s “Dead,” Jasmine Thompson’s “Someone’s Somebody,” Baby Ariel’s “Aww,” Nicky Blitz’s “Walk,” and DJ Vice’s “Pinata.”

Production duties on “Not Your Barbie Girl” were handled by Cirkut, whose recent credits include Maroon 5’s “Girls Like You,” Fergie’s “A Little Work,” Ne-Yo’s “Another Love Song,” Kim Petras’ “I Don’t Want It At All,” Trey Songz’s “Animal,” Pitbull’s “Greenlight,” and Hey Violet’s “Guys My Age.”

Having previously provided guest vocals on Le Youth’s “Clap Your Hands,” Max is expected to release her debut project early next year.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts additional alliances with Coco Morier (Britney Spears, Demi Lovato), Autumn Rowe (Kelis, Sinead Harnett), Sarah Hudson (Dua Lipa, Katy Perry), Bonnie McKee (Nicole Scherzinger, Normani Kordei) and Koko LaRoo (Jake Miller, Charlotte Lawrence).

Stream the audio clip for “Not Your Barbie Girl” below.

Zara Larsson hits the studio with Caroline Ailin, Jack Patterson of Clean Bandit

9 Dec

Swedish singer/songwriter Zara Larsson has enlisted Caroline Ailin and Jack Patterson of Clean Bandit for a new collaboration.

Patterson previously co-produced and co-wrote “Hold My Hand” for Jess Glynne alongside Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, Ina Wroldsen, and Finlay “Starsmith” Dow-Smith. Taken from Glynne’s debut studio collection “I Cry When I Laugh,” the track debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart.

Meanwhile, Ailin’s songwriting resume boasts works with Dua Lipa (“New Rules”), Tiffany Hwang (“Talk”), Olivia Holt (“History”), Aanysa (“Burn Break Crash”), Rachel Platten (“Hey Hey Hallelujah”), Grades (“Crocodile Tears”), JKay (“Danger”), Alex Adair (“Casual”) and Tulecco (“Creative”).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Larsson’s upcoming album and follow-up to “So Good” is expected to arrive early next year via TEN Music Group in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment / Epic Records.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts further contributions from MNEK (Tamera Foster), Hit Impulse (Ella Eyre), Madison Love (Jasmine Thompson), Sermstyle (Demi Lovato), Brittany “Delacey” Armadio (Madison Beer), Jim Lavigne (Kevin Gates) and William Wiik Larsen (Jessie Reyez).

Stream the audio clip for “Only You” below.

Madison drafts Sarah Aarons, Fred Ball for new promotional single “Say it to My Face”

21 Oct

Madison Beer has announced the details for her new single online.

The American singer/songwriter christened “Say it to My Face” as the next promotional cut from her upcoming debut album and will release it on November 3rd via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written by Sarah Aarons, whose other credits include Jessie Ware’s “Alone,” Demi Lovato’s “Lonely,” Alessia Cara’s “Stay,” Mabel McVey’s “Bedroom,” and Galantis’ “Tell Me You Love Me.”

Production duties on “Say it to My Face” were handled by Fred Ball, who is also responsible for Toni Braxton’s “Deadwood,” Rihanna’s “Love on the Brain,” Zara Larsson’s “One Mississippi,” Astrid S’ “Does She Know,” Nina Nesbitt’s “Take You to Heaven,” and Prince Charlez’s “Back Around.”

Beer’s upcoming debut album – featuring further songwriting contributions and productions from Warren “Oak” Felder, Paul “Phamous” Shelton, Madison Love, Zaire Kaolo, Brittany “Delacey” Amaradio, King Henry, Rachel Furner, and Trevor Brown – is expected to arrive early next year via Access Records.

Stream the audio clip for “Melodies” below.