Tag Archives: Nina Nesbitt

Awa confirms details for debut single “Love Songs”

8 Aug

Awa has confirmed the details for her upcoming debut single.

The Swedish singer/songwriter (born Awa Santesson-Sey) christened “Love Songs” as her first promotional single and will release it this week via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

As per ASCAP’s ACE Repertory, “Love Songs” was co-written by Aaron Williams (Raye, Becky Hill) and Ebenezer Fabiyi (Craig David, Stefflon Don).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Awa’s upcoming project is expected to arrive later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records UK.

The still-untitled collection reportedly features additional alliances with Eyelar, Levi Lennox, Nina Nesbitt, Steve Booker, Whitney Phillips, Aston Rudi, Lauren Aquilina, Kasper Larsen, Candace Shields, and Luke Fitton.

Nina Nesbitt records new music with Samuel Preston, Youthonix

27 Jun

Nina Nesbitt has recorded new music with Samuel Preston and Youthonix.

Preston previously co-wrote “Is It Really Me You’re Missing” for Nesbitt alongside George Tizzard and Richard Parkhouse of UK songwriting/production duo Red Triangle. Preston’s other credits include Olly Murs’ “Heart Skips a Beat,” Liam Payne’s “Slow,” and Arlissa’s “Hard to Love Somebody.”

Meanwhile, Youthonix previously co-wrote and produced songs for Craig David (“Talking About”), Matoma (“One in a Million”), Little Mix (“Touch”), Olivia Holt (“Distance”), Raleigh Ritchie (“I Can Change”), Tanika (“Uphill Battle”), Leona Lewis (“Headlights”) and HRVY (“I Wish You Were Here”).

Nesbitt’s sophomore studio collection, “The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change,” peaked to number twenty-one on the UK Albums Chart and spawned four singles in the shape of “The Moments I’m Missing,” “The Best You Had,” “Somebody Special,” “Loyal to Me” and “Colder.”

On the songwriting front, Nesbitt’s resume boasts works with Jessie Ware (“Slow Me Down”), Olivia Holt (“Phoenix”), L2M (“Living for the Rhythm”), Don Diablo (“Put It On for Me”), Matoma (“Heartbeats”), Conor Maynard (“Living”) and Jasmine Thompson (“Love for the Lonely”).

Stream the audio clip for “Is It Really Me You’re Missing?” below.

 

Awa Santesson-Sey drafts Aston Rudi for new collaboration

13 Apr

Swedish singer/songwriter Awa Santesson-Sey, known mononymously as Awa, has drafted Aston Rudi for a new collaboration.

Rudi recently co-wrote “Do Not Disturb” for Atlantic recording artist Mahalia alongside Alastair O’Donnell, Felix Joseph, Aston Rudi, and Jonny Lattimer. The track is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

Rudi’s resume boasts additional works with Sophie Faith’s “Bad Blood,” Hamzaa’s “Saving Grace,” Jaz Karis’s “Petty Lover,” Anais’s “Nina,” Elli Ingram’s “Table for Two,” Ray BLK’s “Gone,” and Abi Ocia’s “Konfyt.”

Meanwhile, Awa is expected to release her upcoming project later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records UK.

The still-untitled collection reportedly delivers further alliances with Diztortion, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Levi Lennox, Nina Nesbitt, Steve Booker, Lauren Aquilina, Kasper Larsen, Molly Rainford, Luke Fitton, Candace Shields, Scott Effman, Linnea Sodahl, Marlon Roudette, Kelly Kiara, and Michael Angelo.

Stream the audio clip for “Obvious” below.

Nina Nesbitt releases sophomore album “The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change”

3 Feb

Scottish singer/songwriter Nina Nesbitt has released her sophomore studio collection and follow-up to 2014’s “Peroxide” online.

“The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change” – featuring singles “The Moments I’m Missing,” “The Best You Had,” “Somebody Special,” “Loyal to Me” and “Colder” – is now available via all digital streaming outlets.

The highly-anticipated project also boasts contributions from Fraser T. Smith, Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, Bre Kennedy, Dan McKulla, Peter “Lostboy” Rycroft, Thomas “Gemini” Slinger, Jordan Riley, Samuel Preston, and Red Triangle.

As a songwriter, Nesbitt co-wrote “Slow Me Down” for Jessie Ware alongside Fred Ball and Samuel Preston, as well as “Phoenix” for Olivia Holt alongside Steve Mac and Ammar Malik.

Watch the music video for “Is It Really Me You’re Missing” below.

Nina Nesbitt confirms details for debut international album “The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change”

30 Oct

Nina Nesbitt has confirmed the details for her debut international album.

The half-Swedish, half-Scottish singer/songwriter christened her new studio collection “The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change” and will release it on February 1, 2019 via Cooking Vinyl Records.

Current promotional single “Loyal to Me” – which was produced by Fraser T. Smith – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The follow-up to 2014’s “Peroxide” boasts further contributions from Jordan Riley, Peter “Lostboy” Rycroft, Dan Muckala, Bre Kennedy, Thomas “Gemini” Slinger, Samuel Preston, Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, and Red Triangle.

See the album tracklisting below:

(1) Sacred / (2) The Moments I’m Missing / (3) The Best You Had / (4) Colder / (5) Loyal to Me / (6) Somebody Special / (7) Is It Really ME You’re Missing? / (8) Love Letter / (9) Empire / (10) Chloe / (11) Things I Say When You Sleep / (12) Last December / (13) The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change

Mali-Koa signs new deal with Island Records UK

30 Mar

Singer/songwriter Mali-Koa has inked a new deal with Island Records UK.

The Universal Music Group imprint also houses artists include John Newman, Marlon Roudette, Ray BLK, Ariana Grande, Sigrid, Drake, Antigoni Buxton, Hailee Steinfeld, Jessie Ware, AlunaGeorge, and Cosima.

Mali-Koa’s current single “Honest” – which was co-written by fellow recording artist Plested and produced by Joe Garrett – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

She has also worked with songwriters and producers including Scott Effman, Nat Dunn, Pip Kembo, Lauren Aquilina, Knightstarr, Dominique Vellutato, T-Collar, Hannah Wilson, Maestro Tha Baker, Nina Nesbitt, and Grades.

Stream the audio clip for “Honest” below.

Nina Nesbitt premieres music video for new promotional single “Somebody Special”

2 Feb

Nina Nesbitt has premiered the music video for her new single online.

The visual clip for “Somebody Special” was posted to the Scottish singer/songwriter’s Vevo channel on Tuesday (January 30, 2018).

Written by Nesbitt alongside Bre Kennedy and Dan Muckala, “Somebody New” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Featuring previous promotional singles “The Moments I’m Missing” and the Jordan Riley-produced “The Best You Had,” Nesbitt’s upcoming sophomore studio collection and follow-up to 2013’s “Peroxide” is scheduled to arrive later this year via Cooking Vinyl Records.

Watch the music video for “Somebody Special” below.

Nina Nesbitt confirms new promotional single “Somebody Special”

9 Jan

Scottish singer/songwriter Nina Nesbitt has dubbed “Somebody Special” as her next promotional cut and will release it on January 10 via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Written by Nesbitt alongside Bre Kennedy and Dan Muckala, “Somebody Special” is slotted for inclusion on Nesbitt’s upcoming sophomore studio collection under Cooking Vinyl Records.

Nesbitt also co-penned “Slow Me Down” for Jessie Ware alongside Fred Ball and Samuel Preston. The track appears on Ware’s third album “Glasshouse,” which peaked to number seven on the UK Albums Chart.

Stream the audio clip for “The Best You Had” below.

Mali-Koa enlists Bantu for new collaboration

31 Dec

Australian singer-songwriter Mali-Koa Hood, known monoymously as Mali-Koa, has reportedly enlisted Bantu for a new collaboration.

The Zimbabwean record producer (born Tinashe Sibanda) is known for his works with Jason Derulo (“Tip Toe”), K. Michelle (“Make the Bed”), Fifth Harmony (“Them Girls Be Like”), Rita Ora (“Body on Me”), Sabina Ddumba (“Not Too Young”), Tove Styrke (“Say My Name”), Keshia Chante (“Lights Out”), Maroon 5 (“Whiskey”) and Zara Larsson (“Permission”).

His extensive resume boasts additional works with songwriters including Lindy Robbins, Meagan Cottone, JHart, Lisa Scinta, Tayla Parx, Iain James, Chelcee Grimes, Ali Tamposi, Nate Campany, Emily Warren, Stephenie Jones, Eskeerdo, Noonie Bao, Sasha Sloan, Teddy Geiger, Julia Michaels, Carmen Reece, Wayne Hector, Victoria Monet, Brittany Burton, and Jacob Kasher Hindlin.

Bantu’s debut mini-album “Africa for the Summer” – featuring guest appearances from Shungudzo Kuyimba, Elliphant, and Rosina “Soaky Siren” Russell – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

Meanwhile, Mali-Koa is expected to release her upcoming project – featuring the Philip Plested-penned / Joe Garret-produced lead single “Honest” – some time next year via Honest Records.

Other songwriters and producers Mali-Koa has collaborated with are Goldfingers, Louis Mattrs, Nat Dunn, Daniel “Grades” Traynor, Lauren Aquilina, Kane “KIN” Parfitt, Hannah Wilson, Maestro the Baker, Nina Nesbitt, Knightstarr, Dominique Vellutato, Eddy Atlantis, and Mac & Phil.

Stream Bantu’s debut album “Africa for the Summer” below.

Mali-Koa liberates debut promotional single “Honest”

22 Dec

Australian singer/songwriter Mali-Koa Hood, known mononymously as Mali-Koa, has liberated her debut promotional single online.

“Honest” – which was written by Mali-Koa alongside Philip Plested and Joe Garrett – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

As a songwriter, Mali-Koa has co-penned “The Beautiful & Damned” for G-Eazy alongside Zoe Nash, Georgia Sinclair, and Madison Wolf. The track appears on the American rapper’s fourth studio album of the same name, which is out now via Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Records.

She also provided guest vocals on H Block Ink’s “Numbers Game,” which was co-written with Farrah “Nefera” Guenena, Amish “ADP” Patel, and Linus Nordstrom of Swedish production duo Goldfingers.

Mali-Koa’s upcoming debut project, on the other hand, reportedly boasts alliances with Louis Mattrs, Nat Dunn, Daniel “Grades” Traynor, Lauren Aquilina, Kane “KIN” Parfitt, Hannah Wilson, Maestro the Baker, Nina Nesbitt, Knightstarr, Dominique Vellutato, Eddy Atlantis, and Mac & Phil.

Stream the audio clip for “Honest” below.