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Jasmine Thompson confirms details for new mini-album

22 Apr

Jasmine Thompson has confirmed the details for her upcoming EP.

The British singer/songwriter christened her next mini-album “Wonderland” and will release it on May 19 via Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records.

Tracks slotted for inclusion on the follow-up to 2015’s “Adore” are “Old Friends,” “Someone’s Somebody,” “Wanna Know Love,” “Fix Me,” “Drama” and “Words.”

The title song is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Among the musicians backing Thompson on “Wonderland” are RITUAL (Dua Lipa, Frances), Maegan Cottone (Little Mix, Fleur East), Livvi Franc (Zara Larsson, Britney Spears) and Justin Tranter (Jojo, Fifth Harmony).

Listen to the audio clip for “Wonderland” below.

Noah Cyrus confirms details for new single

9 Apr

Noah Cyrus has confirmed the details for her new single.

The American singer/songwriter christened “Stay Together” as the second promotional cut from her debut album, “NC-17,” and will release it on April 14 via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written by Brittany “Brit” Burton (Jessie J, 5 Seconds of Summer) and Emily Warren (The Chainsmokers, Shawn Mendes).

Production duties on “Stay Together” were handled by British musician Nicholas “Digital Farm Animals” Gale, who also contributed the next projects by Rita Ora, Dua Lipa, Taya, John Newman, Louisa Johnson, Marlon Roudette, GNASH, Conrad Sewell, Sigma, Anne-Marie, KStewart, Liam Payne, Astrid S, Chromeo, JP Cooper, Liza Owen, Kat Dahlia, Louis Tomlinson, Mabel McVey, DAECOLM, Emma Bale, and Fifth Harmony.

As mentioned in earlier posts, “NC-17” – featuring the Labrinth-assisted “Make Me (Cry)” and Ilsey Juber-penned / Dan Wilson-produced “Almost Famous” – will arrive later this year via Songs Music Publishing / RECORDS.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further productions from Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem, Two Inch Punch, Big Taste, Jonas Jeberg, DannyBoyStyles, Carl Falk, Ariel Rechtshaid, and Isabella “Isa Machine” Summers.

Among the songwriters expected to appear on the album are Noonie Bao, Jenna Andrews, Sarah Hudson, Maegan Cottone, Andrea “NyLo” Landis, Caroline Ailin, Madison Emiko Love, Lauren Aquilina, Maureen “MoZella” McDonald, Hannah Wilson, Ross Golan, Justin Tranter, Sam Romans, and Trey Campbell.

Watch the music video for “Make Me (Cry)” below.

Ella Henderson writes new music with Jenna Andrews

6 Apr

Ella Henderson has written new music with Jenna Andrews.

The Canadian singer/songwriter’s notable credits include SoMo’s “Curve,” The Band Perry’s “Live Forever,” BANKS’ “Mind Games,” Jordan Fisher’s “All About Us,” Majid Jordan’s “Make it Work,” Skylar Stecker’s “Bring Me to Life,” Tori Kelly’s “Bottled Up,” Drake’s “You and the Six,” Marsha Ambrosius’ “Run,” Tamia’s “Love Life,” and Jessie J’s “Personal.”

Andrews’ resume boasts further collaborations with producers including Sacha Skarbek, Jeff Bhasker, Arnthor Birgisson, Jonas Jeberg, Will IDAP, RedOne, Chuck Harmony, Dan Heath, Benny Cassette, Matt Parad, Jon Levine, Tim Anderson, Wayne Wilkins, Mick Schultz, Kerry Brothers, Rune Westberg, Brett James, Daniel “Daylight” Kyriakides, and Moon Willis.

Meanwhile, Henderson is scheduled release her sophomore studio collection later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

Among the other songwriters expected to appear on the follow-up to 2014’s “Chapter One” are Jennifer Decilveo, Lindy Robbins, Maegan Cottone, Camille Purcell, Grace Barker, Jessica Ashley, Caroline Ailin, Sophie “Frances” Cooke, Julia Michaels, Rachel Rohan, Amy Wadge, Shungudzo Kuyimba, Maureen “MoZella” McDonald, Emily Warren, James “JHart” Abrahart, Claude Kelly, Benjamin Arrow, Sam Romans, Joseph Angel, Evan “Kidd” Bogart, Philip Plested, Trey Campbell, Max McElligott, and Justin Tranter.

Fans of Andrews’ songwriting works, on the other hand, should keep an eye on the next projects by Kiesza, Lily Allen, Pixie Lott, Kai, Noah Cyrus, Dua Lipa, Christina Perri, Jennifer Lopez, Kyla Smith, and Snakehips.

Stream “Chapter One” below.

Ella Henderson teams with Jennifer Decilveo for new collaboration

22 Mar

Ella Henderson has teamed up with Jennifer Decilveo for a new collaboration.

The American Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer has written and produced for numerous artists including Anne-Marie (“Ciao Adios”), Wynter Gordon (“Bleeding Out”), Rebecca Ferguson (“Without a Woman”), Melanie Martinez (“Play Date”), Andra Day (“Rise Up”), Machine Gun Kelly (“Merry Go Round”), Rixton (“Wait on Me”) and Galantis (“Forever Tonight”).

Decilveo’s extensive resume boasts further works with songwriters and producers Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem, Lucie Silvas, Benny Cassette, Tish Hyman, Dem Jointz, Axident, Jason Reeves, Mason “MdL” Levy, Christian “Bloodshy” Karlsson, Henrik Jonback, John Fields, Mike Elizondo, Tim Anderson, Jim Jonsin, D’Mile, Matt Squire, John Henry Ryan, and Benny Blanco.

Henderson, on the other hand, will release her sophomore studio collection later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

The follow-up to 2014’s “Chapter One” reportedly delivers additional alliances with Lindy Robbins, Maegan Cottone, Camille Purcell, Grace Barker, Jessica Ashley, Caroline Ailin, Frances, Julia Michaels, Rachel Rohan, Amy Wadge, Shungudzo Kuyimba, MoZella, Emily Warren, JHart, Claude Kelly, Benjamin Arrow, Sam Romans, Joseph Angel, Evan “Kidd” Bogart, Philip Plested, Trey Campbell, Max McElligott, and Justin Tranter.

Watch the music video for “Yours” below.

Tamera Foster teams with Lauren Aquilina for new collaboration

12 Mar

Tamera Foster has teamed with Lauren Aquilina for a new collaboration.

The British singer/songwriter’s resume boasts works with acts/artists including Orla Gartland (“Expectations”), RAC (“3AM”), Kyan Kuatois (“Fading Star”) and Prides (“Strong Enough”).

In addition to contributing to the next projects by Kylie Minogue and Liza Owen, Aquilina has also worked with producers Daniel Goudie, Richard “Biff” Stannard, Greg Wells, Jason Evigan, Levvi Lennox, Amish “ADP” Patel, Jonny Coffer, Sacha Skarbek, Jonas Quant, Philip Plested, Tim Powell, Jake Gosling, Phil Cook, Luke Fitton, Scott Effman, Ant Whiting, Mark Crew, Dan Priddy, and TMS.

Her debut studio collection “Isn’t it Strange” – featuring singles “Midnight Mouths,” “Way Too Good,” “Kicks” and “How Would You Like It?” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Meanwhile, Foster is expected to release her highly-anticipated debut album later this year via Simon Cowell’s label Syco Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers songwriting alliances with Camille Purcell, Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, Hayley Warner, Chelcee Grimes, Dayo Olatunji, Maegan Cottone, Talay Riley, Iain James, and Tom Aspaul.

Amongst the producers expected to appear on the album are Parker Ighile, Kuya Productions, Naughty Boy, Mojam, Shakaveli, Chris Loco, Swizz Beatz, Future Cut, Komi Hakam, Mr. Hudson, MNEK, Happy Perez, Steve Mac, Electric, Knightstarr, Joel Compass, MYKL, Jez Ashurst, and Mac & Phil.

Stream “Isn’t it Strange” below.

DAKOTA drafts Evan “Kidd” Bogart for new collaboration

12 Mar

British singer/songwriter DAKOTA (born Sophie Elton) has drafted Evan “Kidd” Bogart for a new collaboration.

The American music executive, television producer, music publisher and songwriter is responsible for co-penning Beyonce’s “Halo,” Rihanna’s “SOS,” Madonna’s “Ghosttown,” Britney Spears’ “Love Me Down,” Jason Derulo’s “It Girl,” Keyshia Cole’s “This is Us,” Livvi Franc’s “Autoamtik,” Brandy’s “Right Here (Departed),” and Leona Lewis’ “Happy.”

Bogart’s extensive resume boasts further works with top producers Fraser T. Smith, Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem, Rodney Jerkins, Greg Wells, Jason Evigan, Ryan Tedder, Noel Zancanella, Supa Dups, RedOne, Jake Gosling, Emanuel Kiriakou, Jim Jonsin, Wayne Wilkins, Mike Dean, Alex Da Kid, Ricky Reed, Brian Kennedy, Chuck Harmony, and The Invisible Men.

Meanwhile, DAKOTA is expected to release her first studio collection – featuring “Long Hot Summer” and “Lonely Like the Fool” – later this year via 70Hz Recordings in partnership with Virgin EMI Records.

Other songwriters DAKOTA has worked with are Karen Poole, Fiona Bevan, Amy Wadge, Maegan Cottone, Jennifer Decilveo, Isabella Summers, Nicola Roberts, Rachel Furner, Laura Dockrill, Jin Jin, Maiday, Nina Nesbitt, Chiara Hunter, Becky Hill, Clare Maguire, Jamie Scott, Levi Lennox, Alex James, Ollie Green, Ed Drewett, Samuel Preston, Jimmy Napes, and Tobias Jesso Jr.

Listen to the audio clip for “Long Hot Summer” below.

Ella Henderson reunites with Lindy Robbins for new collaboration

9 Mar

Ella Henderson has reunited with Lindy Robbins for a new collaboration.

Robbins previously co-wrote “Beautifully Unfinished” for Henderson alongside the song’s producer Steve Robson. The track – which was co-produced by Komi Hakam – appears on Henderson’s debut album, “Chapter One.”

Other notable songwriting credits by Robbins include Jason Derulo’s “Swalla,” Demi Lovato’s “Skyscraper,” Rachel Platten’s “Superman,” Medina’s “We Survive,” Olly Murs’ “Kiss Me,” GRL’s “Don’t Talk About Love,” Lucy Hale’s “Kiss Me,” Fifth Harmony’s “Miss Movin’ On,” and David Guetta’s “Dangerous.”

She has also worked with top producers including Soulshock & Karlin, Cutfather, Toby Gad, Christopher Braide, Greg Kurstin, Mike Elizondo, Jonas Jeberg, Emanuel Kiriakou, Jason Evigan, Mitch Allan, David Hodges, Steve Mac, Jarrad Rogers, Ricky Reed, Ian Kirkpatrick, Stephan Moccio, and Jamie Hartman.

Henderson, on the other hand, will release the follow-up to 2014’s “Chapter One” later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly boasts further songwriting contributions from Maegan Cottone, Camille Purcell, Grace Barker, Jessica Ashley, Caroline Ailin, Frances, Julia Michaels, Rachel Rohan, Amy Wadge, Shungudzo Kuyimba, MoZella, Emily Warren, JHart, Claude Kelly, Benjamin Arrow, Sam Romans, Joseph Angel, Evan Bogart, Philip Plested, Trey Campbell, Max McElligott, and Justin Tranter.

Stream the following playlist dedicated to Lindy Robbins’ work!