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Little Mix release Platinum Edition of “Glory Days” album

24 Nov

British girl group Little Mix – composed of members Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jade Thirlwall – have released the Platinum Edition of their current studio collection “Glory Days.”

Featuring three new songs in the shape of “If I Get My Way,” “Is Your Love Enough?” and “Dear Lover;” the rejuvenated project also boasts contributions from TMS, Sam Romans, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Fred Gibson, Rachel “Raye” Keen, Matthew “BURNS” Burns, Ali Tamposi, Chloe Angelides, and Electric Music.

The original version of “Glory Days” was released in 18 November 2016 via Syco Music (UK) and Columbia Records (US). It also spawned hit singles “Shout Out to My Ex,” “Touch,” “No More Sad Songs” and “Power.”

For their upcoming fifth album, Little Mix have reunited with regular collaborators Iain James (Anne-Marie, Craig David), James Newman (Kesha, Toni Braxton), Chelcee Grimes (Tamera Foster, Louisa Johnson) and Fridolin “Freedo” Welcher (Lao Ra, Zara Larsson).

Stream “Glory Days: Platinum Edition” below.

Louis Tomlinson releases new promotional single “Just Like You”

12 Oct

Louis Tomlinson has released his new promotional single online.

“Just Like You” – which was written by Tomlinson alongside Jesse Thomas and Matthew Burns (aka BURNS) – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

His debut album – featuring the Bebe Rexha and Digital Farm Animals-assisted “Back to You” – is expected to arrive in early 2018 via 78 Productions in partnership with Syco Music (UK) and Epic Records (US).

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts further productions and songwriting contributions from TMS (Niall Horan), Kamille (Anne-Marie), Sam Romans (John Legend), Hayley Warner (Tamera Foster), Jason Evigan (Nick Jonas), Skylar Grey (Kehlani) and LunchMoney Lewis (Charlie Puth).

Stream the audio clio for “Just Like You” below.

Louisa Johnson hits the studio with Chris Loco, Goldfingers

10 Aug

British singer/songwriter Louisa Johnson has enlisted the production services of Chris Loco and Goldfingers for her upcoming debut album.

Loco (born Christopher Crowhurst) is known for his works with Emeli Sande (“Easier in Bed”), Kevin Garrett (“Little Bit of You”), Justine Skye (“U Don’t Know”), Etta Bond (“Kiss My Girlfriend”), Raleigh Ritchie (“Stronger Than Ever”) and Sinead Harnett (“Rather Be with You”).

Meanwhile, Goldfingers (composed of Frank Nobel and Linus Nordstrom) have contributed to the next projects by John Newman, Kamille, Fleur East, Antigoni Buxton, Taya, Sabina Ddumba, Charlotte OC, Liza Owen, and Mali-Koa.

Johnson, on the other hand, is expected to release her debut album – featuring singles “So Good” and “Best Behaviour” – later this year via Syco Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly boasts further productions from Mojam (Anne-Marie), Tre Jean-Marie (Craig David), Digital Farm Animals (Dua Lipa), Arnthor Birgisson (James Arthur), Dallas Austin (Ella Henderson), BURNS (Maluma), Toby Gad (Leona Lewis) and Dave Bassett (Vance Joy).

Watch the music video for “Best Behaviour” below.

Hailee Steinfeld works with Ali Tamposi for debut album

20 Jul

Hailee Steinfeld has worked with Ali Tamposi for her upcoming debut album under Universal Music Group / Republic Records.

Notable songwriting credits by Tamposi include Kelly Clarkson’s “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You),” Liza Owen’s “Don’t Call Me Baby,” Cover Drive’s “Can’t Live in a World,” Lea Michele’s “Run to You,” Kygo’s “It Ain’t Me” (featuring Selena Gomez), and DJ Snake’s “Let Me Love You” (featuring Justin Bieber).

Her extensive resume boasts additional works with producers including John Shanks, Toby Gad, Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem, Louis Biancaniello, Sam Watters, Teddy Geiger, Julian Bunetta, Fraser T. Smith, Greg Kurstin, Jim Jonsin, Boi-1da, Supa Dups, Jim Beanz, RedOne, and David Guetta.

Steinfeld’s current promotional single “Most Girls,” on the other hand, is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets. The track was co-written with Asia Whiteacre, Ryan Tedder, Zach Skelton, Jeremy “Kinetics” Dussolliet and Tim “One Love” Sommers.

For her still-untitled debut album, the “Love Myself” star has also worked with songwriters and producers including Bloodpop, Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, Rami Yacoub, Whitney Phillips, Albin Nedler, Tayla Parx, BURNS, Kathryn Ostenberg, Brandon Skeie, and Gino “Farrago” Barletta.

Watch the music video for “Most Girls” below.

Kacy Hill delivers new promotional single “Keep Me Sane”

26 Jun

British singer/songwriter Kacy Hill has delivered her new single online.

“Keep Me Sane” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was written by Kacy Hill, Matt Parad and Oskar “Sikow” Engstrom alongside it’s producers Jerome Potter and Samuel Griesemer of DJDS.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Hill’s debut album “Like a Woman” – featuring previous singles “Hard to Love,” “Lion” and “Arm’s Length” – will arrive on June 30 via Getting Out of Your Dreams (GOOD Music) / Def Jam Recordings.

The Kanye West executive-produced project boasts additional alliances with Tourist (Lianne La Havas), Autumn Rowe (Molly Kate Kestner), BURNS (Ellie Goulding), Jamie Hartman (Marlon Roudette), Dan Heath (Lana Del Rey), Andrew Wyatt (Bruno Mars), DJ Mustard (Rihanna), Robin Hannibal (Niia Rocco), Terrace Martin (Kandace Springs) and Dave Stewart (Madonna).

Stream the audio clip for “Keep Me Sane” below.

Louisa Johnson registers new song title with ASCAP

14 Jun

Louisa Johnson has registered a new song title with ASCAP – The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.

“Feeling It” was written by Alexandra “Ali” Tamposi (Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato), Chloe Angelides (Lily Allen, Jason Derulo) and Steven “Steve Mac” McCutcheon (Ed Sheeran, Rita Ora).

The track is slotted for inclusion on Johnson’s upcoming debut album under Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

Current promotional single “Best Behaviour” – which was written by Shungudzo “Alexandra Govere” Kuyimba and Daniel “Danny” Parker alongside the song’s producers Thomas “Froe” Barnes, Benjamin Kohn and Peter “Merf” Kelleher of TMS – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

For her first studio collection, Johnson has also worked with producers Tobias “Toby” Gad (Madonna), Matthew “BURNS” Burns (Kacy Hill), Dallas Austin (Ciara), Tre Jean-Marie (Mabel McVey), Arnthor Birgisson (RAYE), Joseph “Joe” Janiak (Britney Spears) and Nicholas “Digital Farm Animals” Gale (Little Mix).

Among the songwriters expected to appear on the album are Diane Warren (Andra Day), Caroline Ailin (Dua Lipa), Negin Djafari (Liza Owen), Ina Wroldsen (Leona Lewis), Maureen “MoZella” McDonald (Tinashe), Priscilla Renea (Kelly Clarkson), Marlon Roudette (Sinead Harnett), Jacob “JKash” Kasher (Charlie Pith) and Samuel “Sam” Romans (Jonas Blue).

Listen to the audio clip for “Best Behaviour” below.

Kacy Hill reveals tracklisting for debut album “Like a Woman”

28 May

British singer/songwriter Kacy Hill has revealed the tracklisting for her upcoming debut album, “Like a Woman,” out on June 30 via Getting Out of Your Dream (GOOD Music) / Def Jam Recordings.

Current promotional singles “Like a Woman,” produced by DJ Mustard alongside Terrace Martin and DJ Rodger Stadium, and “Hard to Love,” produced by Stuart Price and Oskar “Sikow” Engstrom, are now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

The highly-anticipated collection, which was executive-produced by Kanye West, delivers additional alliances with William “Tourist” Phillips (Sam Smith, Jessie Ware), Autumn Rowe (Cameron Dallas, Alice Chatter), Matthew “BURNS” Burns (Britney Spears, Charli XCX) and Jamie Hartman (Marlon Roudette, Aloe Blacc).

See the tracklisting for “Like a Woman” below.

(1) Like a Woman / (2) Keep Me Sane / (3) Cruel / (4) Hard to Love / (5) Static / (6) First Time / (7) Arm’s Length / (8) Interlude / (9) Clarity / (10) Lion / (11) Say You’re Wrong / (12) Am I