Tag Archives: Maverick Sabre

RoRo releases new promotional single “Trouble”

29 Aug

Bajan singer/songwriter Rochelle Griffith, known mononymously as RoRo, has released her new promotional single online.

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

The track was co-written by fellow recording artist Maverick Sabre (Becky Hill, Jorja Smith) and collectively produced by Ed Thomas (Mae Muller, Joy Crookes) and Bradford Ellis (Fleur East, Leona Lewis).

RoRo recently provided guest vocals on the track “Prophecies,” taken from UK producer Courage’s latest project under Beastly Recordings, “Get Some Courage, Volume 2.” Her upcoming debut project is expected to arrive later this year via Mahogany Recordings.

Stream the audio clip for “Trouble” below.

 

Maverick Sabre confirms details for third album “When I Wake Up”

11 Dec

Maverick Sabre has confirmed the details for his upcoming album.

The British singer, songwriter, and record producer christened his third studio collection, “When I Wake Up,” and will release it on March 22, 2019 via FAMM.

Current promotional single “Her Grace” – which was collectively produced by Sabre alongside Charlie Perry and Adam “New Machine” Jordan – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

Besides fellow recording artist Jorja Smith, who provides guest vocals on the track “Slow Down,” the follow-up to 2015’s “Innerstanding” also boasts productions and songwriting contributions from Dan “Utters” Radclyffe, Ed Thomas, Liam Bailey, and Prashant “Engine Earz” Mistry.

See the tracklisting for “When I Wake Up” below.

(1) Preach / (2) Drifting / (3) Into Nirvana / (4) Guns in the Distance / (5) Don’t Talk About It / (6) Slow Down / (7) Her Grace / (8) Weakness / (9) A Mile Away / (10) Big Smoke / (11) Into Hope / (12) War / (13) Glory

Becky Hill hits the studio with Rachel Furner, The 23rd

14 Jul

British singer/songwriter Becky Hill has teamed up with Rachel Furner and The 23rd for her upcoming debut album under Eko Music / Polydor Records.

Furner’s recent songwriting credits include Alice Chater’s “Heartbreak Hotel,” Kara Marni’s “All or Nothing,” Craig David’s “Love Me Like It’s Yesterday,” The Vamps’ “Personal,” and Catherine McGrath’s “Talk of This Town.”

Meanwhile, The 23rd (composed of siblings George and Henry Flint) are responsible for co-writing and producing singles including Grace Carter’s “Silence,” James TW’s “Say Love,” and Sigrid’s “Plot Twist.”

Hill’s next promotional single “I Could Get Used to This” – which she co-wrote alongside Mike Kintish – is scheduled to arrive later this year.

Her current single “Sunrise in the East” – which was co-written by Maverick Sabre and Peter “Lostboy” Rycroft and collectively produced by ADP and Hit Impulse – is now available via all digital streaming outlets.

Watch the music video for “Sunrise in the East” below.

Rudimental confirm details for third album

25 Jun

Rudimental have confirmed the details for their upcoming album.

The British drum and bass band – composed of Kesi Dryden, Amir Amor, DJ Locksmith and Piers Agget – have christened their third studio collection “Toast to Our Differences” and will release it on September 7th via Major Tom’s Music in partnership with Asylum Records (UK) and Atlantic Records (US).

Current promotional single “Let Me Live” – featuring Major Lazer, Anne-Marie, and Mr. Eazi – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The follow-up to 2015’s “We the Generation” boasts further guest appearances from Jess Glynne, Dan Caplen, Raye, Maverick Sabre, Yebba, Kevin Garrett, Shungudzo, James Arthur, Raphaella, Maleek Berry, Ladysmith, and Chronixx.

See the tracklisting for “Toast to Our Differences” below.

(1) Toast to Our Differences / (2) Let Me Live / (3) Walk Alone / (4) These Days [Skit] / (5) These Days / (6) Sun Comes Up / (7) 1by1 / (8) Last Time / (9) No Pain / (10) No Pain / (11) Scared of Love / (12) Summer of Love / (13) They Don’t Care About Us / (14) Do You Remember / (15) Leave it for Now / (16) Adrenaline

Becky Hill releases new single “Sunrise in the East”

9 Jun

British singer/songwriter Rebecca Claire Hill, professionally known as Becky Hill, has released her new promotional single online.

“Sunrise in the East” – which was co-written by Maverick Sabre and Peter “Lostboy” Rycroft and collectively produced by ADP and Hit Impulse – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Hill’s upcoming debut album is expected to arrive later this year via Eko Records in partnership with Polydor Records.

Stream the audio clip for “Sunrise in the East” below.

Jorja Smith releases debut album “Lost & Found”

8 Jun

British singer/songwriter Jorja Smith has released her debut album online.

“Lost & Found” – featuring singles “Teenage Fantasy,” “Blue Lights,” “Where Did I Go” and “February 3rd” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The highly-anticipated project yields productions and songwriting contributions from Maverick Sabre, Joel Compass, Amanda Ghost, Ed Thomas, Charlie Perry, Maaike “KiTo” Ebbing, Tom Misch, and Felix Joseph.

Stream “Lost & Found” below.

Becky Hill announces new single “Sunrise in the East”

5 Jun

Becky Hill has announced the details for her new single.

The British singer/songwriter (born Rebecca Claire Hill) christened “Sunrise in the East” as the first promotional cut from her upcoming project under Eko Records and Polydor Records.

Co-written by Maverick Sabre and Peter “Lostboy” Rycroft; “Sunrise in the East” will arrive on June 6th via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

As a songwriter, Hill’s resume boasts works with Metroplane (“Word of Mouth”), Tough Love (“Touch”), Bondax (“All I See”), Watermät (“All My Love”), Lindsey Stirling (“Love’s Just a Feeling”) and Felon (“Bittersweet”).

The “Rude Love” singer also provided guest vocals on tracks by Marc Kinchen (“Piece of Me), Rudimental (“Powerless”), Oliver Heldens (“Gecko – Overdrive”), Matoma (“False Alarm”) and Wilkinson (“Afterglow”).

Watch the music video for “Rude Love” below.