Tag Archives: Max Wolfgang

Craig David enlists Max Wolfgang for new collaboration

20 Dec

Craig David has enlisted Max Wolfgang for a new collaboration.

The British singer/songwriter (born Max McElligot) has previously penned songs for Kygo & John Newman (“Never Let You Go”), Zayn Malik (“Back to Life”), Paloma Faith (“Loyal”), Kylie Minogue (“Your Body”), Chelcee Grimes (“Just Like That”), Jackson Penn (“Streetlights on Mars”) and Rudimental ft. Ed Sheeran (“Lay It All On Me”).

Signed to Universal Music Publishing Group UK, McElligott has also contributed to the next projects by Dan Caplen, Ella Eyre, Kwabs, Zara Larsson, Birdy, Crystal Fighters, Dolapo, John Legend, Lennon Stella, Mae Muller, Olivia Deano, Stephen Puth, and Zak Abel.

Meanwhile, David is reportedly working on his upcoming eighth album with songwriters and producers including Fraser T. Smith, Cathy Dennis, Naughty Boy, Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, Ed Drewett, Nile Rodgers, Rachel Furner, ADP, Carmen Reece, Oliver Heldens, Grace Barker, Alan Sampson, and Banx & Ranx.

David’s last studio collection “The Time is Now,” which was released earlier this year, peaked to number two on the UK Albums Chart and spawned singles “Heartline,” “I Know You” and “Magic.”

Stream the audio clip for “Brand New” below.

Joy Crookes confirms new single “Don’t Let Me Down”

27 Nov

Joy Crookes has confirmed the details for her new single.

The British singer/songwriter christened “Don’t Let Me Down” as the first promotional cut from her upcoming project under Speakerbox Recordings / Insanity Records / Sony Music Entertainment UK.

Production duties on “Don’t Let Me Down” were handled by Tre Jean-Marie, who is also responsible for Craig David’s “Magic,” Jacob Banks’ “Monster,” Kaytranada’s “Got it Good,” Yungen’s “Intimate,” Vanessa White’s “Don’t Wanna Be Your Lover,” and Four of Diamonds’ “Name on It.”

Crooke’s next project reportedly yields further contributions from Kasper Larsen (Fleur East, Chelcee Grimes), Negin Djafari (Dan Caplen, Karen Harding), Max Wolfgang (Zara Larsson, Rita Ora), Jonny Lattimer (Sinead Harnett, Becky Hill), Glen Roberts (L Devine, Olivia Deano) and Tev’n (Kenzie May, Celeste Waite).

Stream the audio clip for “Power” below.

Olivia releases debut promotional single “Reason to Stay”

26 Oct

British singer/songwriter Olivia Deano, known mononymously as Olivia, has released her debut promotional single online.

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

The track was written by Olivia and Glen Roberts alongside Bastian “Carassius Gold” Langebaek, who is also responsible for Jessie Ware’s “Midnight,” Olivia Nelson’s “Up All Night,” Jess Glynne’s “All I Am,” and Jones’ “Waterfalls.”

Olivia’s upcoming project, for which no release date is scheduled as-of-yet, reportedly yields further contributions from Jimmy Napes, Max Wolfgang, Alan Sampson, Fred Cox, Ed Thomas, Courage, and Felix Joseph.

Stream the audio clip for “Reason to Stay” below.

Mae Muller premieres music video for new single “Pull Up”

19 Oct

Mae Muller has premiered the music video for her new single online.

The visual clip for “Pull Up” was posted to the singer/songwriter’s Vevo channel on Thursday (October 18, 2018).

The track – which was collectively produced by Benash and John Foyle – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

Muller is currently working on her upcoming project under Capitol Records with songwriters/producers including Two Inch Punch, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Marlon Roudette, Caroline Ailin, Sam Romans, Max Wolfgang, and Lostboy.

Watch the music video for “Pull Up” beloiw.

Zara Larsson unleashes new single “Ruin My Life”

18 Oct

Zara Larsson has unleashed her new single online.

“Ruin My Life” – which was produced by The Monsters & Strangers and Jackson Foote and co-written by Brittany “Delacey” Amaradio, Michael Pollack, and Jamie “Sermstyle” Sanderson – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Larsson is currently working on her upcoming studio collection under TEN Music Group / Epic Records.

The follow-up to 2017’s “So Good” reportedly delivers further productions from Max Martin, William Wiik Larsen, Jordan Riley, Goldgfingers, Rami Yacoub, Carassius Gold, Grades, Cass Lowe, Digital Farm Animals, and Electric.

On the songwriting front, Larsson has worked with Caroline Ailin, Max Wolfgang, Dayo “Dyo” Olatunji, Erik Hassle, Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, Marlon Roudette, Natalie Dunn, Brett “Leland” McLaughlin, and Whitney Phillips.

Stream the audio clip for “Ruin My Life” below.

Zara Larsson confirms details for new single “Ruin My Life”

12 Oct

Zara Larsson has confirmed the details for her new single.

The Swedish singer/songwriter christened “Ruin My Life” as the first promotional cut from her next album under TEN Music Group / Epic Records.

The track – which was written by Brittany “Delacey” Amaradio, Michael Pollack, Jamie “Sermstyle” Sanderson, Jackson Foote, and The Monsters & Strangerz – will arrive on October 18 via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The follow-up to 2017’s “So Good” reportedly delivers further contributions from Max Martin, William Wiik Larsen, Jordan Riley, Marlon Roudette, Goldgfingers, Rami Yacoub, Carassius Gold, Grades, Erik Hassle, Cass Lowe, Leland, Andrew Wells, Digital Farm Animals, Max Wolfgang, and Electric.

Watch an exclusive live performance of “Only You” below.

Chelcee Grimes releases new single “Just Like That”

10 Jun

Chelcee Grimes has released her debut promotional single online.

“Just Like That” – which was co-written by Max McElligott and Tim Suby – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Grimes’ upcoming debut album is expected to arrive later this year via Sony Music Entertainment UK / RCA Records.

As a songwriter, Grimes has penned songs for Kylie Minogue (“Million Miles”), Dua Lipa (“Bad Together”), Louisa Johnson (“So Good”), Mic Lowry (“Nothing Like Him”), Chris Lane (“All the Time”) and Stanaj (“Romantic”).

She has also contributed to the next projects by Jojo, Astrid S, Ray BLK, Era Istrefi, Imani Williams, Jason Mraz, Olly Murs, Sigala, Rita Ora, Antigoni Buxton, Tamera Foster, Melissa Steel, and Little Mix.

Stream the audio clip for “Just Like That” below.