Tag Archives: Marcos Palacios

Ella Mai reveals tracklisting for self-titled debut album

4 Oct

Ella Mai has revealed the tracklisting for her upcoming debut album, which will arrive on October 12 via 10 Summers / Interscope Records.

Current promotional single “Trip” – which was co-written by Varren Wade and collectively produced by DJ Mustard and Quintin Gulledge – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The self-titled project – which features Chris Brown, John Legend, and H.E.R. – also delivers productions and songwriting contributions from Bryan Michael Cox, Caroline Ailin, Harmony Samuels, Joelle James, Nana Rogues, Trey Campbell, Larrance Dopson, Sam Hook, and Marcos “Kosine” Palacious.

See the tracklisting for Ella Mai’s debut album below.

(1) Emotion / (2) Good Bad / (3) Dangerous / (4) Sauce / (5) Whatchamacallit / (6) Cheap Shot / (7) Shot Clock / (8) Boo’d Up / (9) Everything / (10) Own It / (11) Run My Mouth / (12) Gut Feeling / (13) Trip / (14) Close / (15) Easy / (16) Naked

Christina Aguilera releases new album “Liberation”

15 Jun

Christina Aguilera has released her eighth studio collection online.

“Liberation” – featuring promotional singles “Accelerate,” “Fall in Line,” “Twice” and “Like I Do” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The follow-up to 2012’s “Lotus” boasts productions from Kanye West, Mike Dean, Che Pope, Hudson Mohawke, Kosine, Noah Goldstein, Charlie Heat, Dumbfounded, Anderson Paak, MNEK, Bryan “Composer” Nelson, Neenyo, Sango, Jon Bellion, Darhyl “DJ” Camper, Tim Anderson, and Ricky Reed.

On the songwriting front, Aguilera has worked with Ilsey Juber, Teddy Geiger, Kirby Lauryen, Erik Hassle, Bibi Bourelly, LunchMoney Lewis, Tayla Parx, Justin Tranter, Whitney Phillips, Audra Mae, and Julia Michaels.

Stream “Liberation” below.

Tiffany Fred enlists Marcos “Kosine” Palacios for new single “Don’t”

21 Apr

American singer/songwriter Tiffany Fred has released her new single online.

“Don’t” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was produced by Marcos “Kosine” Palacios of Da Internz, who has also worked with Rihanna (“Birthday Cake”), John Legend (“Made to Love”), Nicki Minaj (“Anaconda”), Trey Songz (“Change Your Mind”), Marsha Ambrosius (“So Good”), Justin Bieber (“I Would”) and Cassie (“Paradise”).

Meanwhile, Fred’s upcoming first studio collection “Thirty” is scheduled to arrive later this year via Fred & Co. Records.

As a songwriter, Fred is known for co-penning Zendaya’s “Replay,” Sevyn Streeter’s “Just Being Honest,” Tamar Braxton’s “King,” Fantasia’s “Supernatural Love,” Tiwa Savage’s “Wanted,” Jennifer Hudson’s “Invisible,” Keri Hilson’s “Scream,” and Bridget Kelly’s “Happy for Me.”

Stream the audio clip for “Don’t” below.

Kelly Rowland enlists Darhyl “DJ” Camper for new collaboration

20 Dec

Kelly Rowland has enlisted Darhyl “DJ” Camper for a new collaboration.

The American record producer recently helmed “Kim K” and “Alert” for K. Michelle’s fourth album, “Kimberley: The People I Used to Know.”

Camper’s resume boasts additional works with Jessie J (“Queen”), Mary J. Blige (“Thick of It”), Ledisi (“High”), Stacy Barthe (“Flawed Beautiful Creatures”), Tamar Braxton (“Raise the Bar”), Nicki Minaj (“Favorite”), Mariah Carey (“Dedicated”), Elle Varner (“Refill”) and H.E.R. (“Every Kind of Way”).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Rowland is expected to release her fifth studio collection and follow-up to 2013’s “Talk a Good Game” early next year.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts further contributions from Da Internz (Rihanna), Bianca “Blush” Atterberry (Stephen Puth), Mick Schultz (Jeremih), The Stereotypes (Bruno Mars), Patrick “J. Que” Smith (Fantasia Barrino), Iman “Mateo” Jordan (Nstasia) and The Rascals (Jessie Reyez).

Stream the audio clip for “Down on Love” below.

Kelly Rowland works with Bianca “Blush” Atterberry for new album

26 Aug

Kelly Rowland has recorded new songs with Bianca “Blush” Atterberry.

The American songwriter has previously worked with artists/fellow songwriters including K. Michelle (“Love ‘Em All”), Meghan Trainor (“Friends”), Pia Mia (“Justin Bieber”), Jessica Mauboy (“Handle It”), Tynisha Keli (“How to Love”) and Bridget Kelly (“Gotta Get Mine”).

Atterberry’s extensive resume boasts further works with producers including Warren “Oak” Felder, Andrew “Pop” Wansel, Ronald “Flip” Colson, Steve “Ace” Mostyn, Alex Niceforo, Happy Perez, Eric Hudson, Jack Splash, Tommy Brown, Jerry “Prince Wonda” Duplessis, Kenneth “Soundz” Coby, and Shea Taylor.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Rowland is expected to release her fifth studio collection later this year via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The follow-up to 2013’s “Talk a Good Game” reportedly delivers additional alliances with Da Internz (Big Sean), Mick Schultz (Rihanna), The Stereotypes (Bruno Mars), Patrick “J. Que” Smith (Keri Hilson), Iman “Mateo” Jordan (Jazmine Sullivan) and The Rascals (Ariana Grande).

Watch the music video for “Kisses Down Low” below.

Kelly Rowland records new music with The Rascals, J. Que, The Stereotypes

23 Aug

American singer/songwriter Kelly Rowland has recorded new music with J. Que, The Stereotypes, and Khristopher Riddick-Tynes of The Rascals.

Born Patrick Michael Smith, J. Que is responsible for co-writing Fantasia Barrino’s “Truth Is,” Beyonce’s “Best Thing I Never Had,” Ciara’s “Like a Boy,” Keri Hilson’s “Return the Favor,” Amerie’s “Hate 2 Love U,” Nick Jonas’ “Testify,” Britney Spears’ “Radar,” and Usher’s “Yeah!”

Meanwhile, The Stereotypes are known for their production works with Bruno Mars (“That’s What I Like”), Iggy Azealia (“Mo Bounce”), Chris Brown (“Beg for It”), Sevyn Streeter (“Before I Do”), Justin Bieber (“Somebody to Love”), Tamia (“No Lie”), Melanie Fiona (“Johnny”) and Danity Kane (“Damaged”).

Notable production credits by Riddick-Tynes, on the other hand, include Zendaya’s “Something New,” Ariana Grande’s “Baby I,” Deborah Cox’s “Kinda Miss You,” Samantha Jade’s “Shake That,” Jessica Mauboy’s “Can I Get a Moment?,” Foxes’ “Scar,” and RaVaughn’s “Best Friend.”

As mentioned in earlier posts, Rowland is expected to release her fifth album – which reportedly features further contributions from Da Internz, Tricky Stewart, Shama Joseph, Mick Schultz, and Dem Jointz – later this year.

The still-untitled collection follows 2013’s “Talk a Good Game,” which peaked to number four on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart and spawned singles including “Kisses Down Low” and “Dirty Laundry.”

Watch the music video for “Motivation” below.

Kelly Rowland reunites with Da Internz for new collaboration

19 Jul

Kelly Rowland has reunited with Da Internz for a new collaboration.

The pair previously teamed up on the track “Where Have You Been,” taken from The-Dream’s fourth studio collection, 2013’s “IV Play.”

Composed of Marcos “Kosine” Palacios and Ernest “Tuo” Clark, Da Internz are also known for production works with Rihanna (“Birthday Cake”), Justin Bieber (“I Would”), Tamar Braxton (“If I Don’t Have You”), John Legend (“Made to Love”), Sevyn Streeter (“Soon As I Get Home”), Cassie (“Paradise”), Jazmine Sullivan (“Stanley”) and Grace Sewell (“Church on Sunday”).

Meanwhile, Rowland is expected to release her next album – which features further productions from Christopher “Tricky” Stewart, Shama “Sak Pase” Joseph, Dem Jointz, and Mick Schultz – later this year.

The still-untitled collection follows 2013’s “Talk a Good Game,” which peaked to number four on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart and spawned singles including “Kisses Down Low” and “Dirty Laundry.”

Stream the audio clip for “Where Have You Been” below.