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Chromeo unleash new album “Head Over Heels”

15 Jun

Canadian electro-funk duo Chromeo – composed of David “Dave 1” Macklovitch and Patrick “P-Thugg” Gemayel – have unleashed their fifth album online.

“Head Over Heels” – featuring singles “Juice,” “Bedroom Calling,” “Must’ve Been” and “Bad Decision” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The follow-up to 2014’s “White Women” boasts productions from Ben Maddahi, Adam “Ash” Harrison, Jason Evigan, Ian Kirkpatrick, Rodney Jerkins, Dallas K, Joshua “Ammo” Coleman, OliGee, and Morgan Taylor Reid.

On the songwriting front, Chromeo have teamed up with Lindy Robbins, Sean Douglas, Chelsea Lena, Talay Riley, Annaliese Schiersch, Scott Harris, Ammar Malik, LunchMoney Lewis, Jacob Kasher, and Greg Evigan.

Stream “Head Over Heels” below.

Chromeo unwrap artwork, tracklisting for new album “Head Over Heels”

8 May

Chromeo have unveiled the artwork and tracklisting for their upcoming fifth album, “Head Over Heels,” out on June 15 via Last Gang Records.

Current promotional single “Bad Decision” – which was co-written by Annaliese Schiersch, Chelsea Lena, Morgan Taylor Reid, and Peter “Thief” Harding – will arrive on May 8 via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The follow-up to 2014’s “White Women” boasts further contributions from Jason Evigan (Rita Ora, Nick Jonas), Sean Douglas (Dua Lipa, Jason Derulo), Jacob Kasher (Bebe Rexha, Charlie Puth), LunchMoney Lewis (Alina Baraz, Christina Aguilera) and Ammar Malik (The Weeknd, Ariana Grande).

See the tracklisting for “Head Over Heels” below.

(1) Must’ve Been (featuring DRAM) / (2) Don’t Sleep (featuring French Montana & Stefflon Don) / (3) One Track Mind / (4) Count Me Out / (5) Bad Decision / (6) Right Back Home to You (Interlude) / (7) Juice / (8) Just Friends (featuring Amber Mark) / (9) Slumming It / (10) Bedroom Calling, Part 1 / (11) Bedroom Calling, Part 2 (featuring The-Dream) / (12) Room Service

Chromeo schedule release date for new album “Head Over Heels”

23 Apr

Chromeo have scheduled the release date for their upcoming album.

The Canadian electro-funk duo – composed of David “Dave 1” Macklovitch and Patrick “P-Thugg” Gemayel – will release “Head Over Heels” on June 15 via Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records.

Current promotional single “Must’ve Been” – which was co-written by Ammar Malik, Isaiah Tejada, Gamal “LunchMoney” Lewis, Jacob “JKash” Kasher, Spencer Bastian, and Jason Evigan – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The follow-up to 2014’s “White Women” reportedly yields additional alliances with The Monsters & Strangerz, Priscilla Renea, Ian Kirkpatrick, Digital Farm Animals, MNEK, Andrew Jackson, Scott Harris, and Lindy Robbins.

Watch the music video for “Must’ve Been” below.

Chromeo draft Sean Douglas, Jason Evigan for new promotional single “Juice”

7 Nov

Canadian electro funk duo Chromeo (aka David “Dave 1” Macklovitch and Patrick “P-Thugg” Gemayel) have released their new single online.

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

The track was co-written by Sean Douglas and Jason Evigan, who are also responsible for Jason Derulo’s “Talk Dirty,” Demi Lovato’s “Heart Attack,” Kat Graham’s “Power,” David Guetta’s “What I Did for Love,” Madonna’s “Ghosttown,” Jessie J’s “Said Too Much,” Alyxx Dione’s “Chingalinga,” Nick Jonas’ “Champagne Problems,” and Pitbull’s “Options.”

Meanwhile, Chromeo’s upcoming fifth studio collection “Head Over Heels” is expected to arrive early next year via Big Beat / Atlantic Records.

The follow-up to 2014’s “White Women” reportedly delivers further alliances with Digital Farm Animals, Lindy Robbins, Ian Kirkpatrick, Priscilla Renea, Andrew Jackson, Scott Harris, Ammar Malik, and MNEK.

Stream the audio clip for “Juice” below.

Raphael Saadiq graces new album by Chromeo

19 Jun

Chromeo have teased a new collaboration with Raphael Saadiq.

“The god @raphael_saadiq laced us too. People don’t even know how incredible of a bass player he is. We got a bunch some of our idols on this album,” the Canadian electro-funk duo posted on Instagram on Saturday (June 17, 2017).

Saadiq’s recent songwriting and production credits include Solange’s “Cranes in the Sky,” Usher’s “Champions,” Andra Day’s “Cheers to the Fall,” Miguel’s “Flesh,” and Adrian Marcel’s “Eyes Don’t Lie.”

His extensive resume boasts additional works with Joss Stone (“Tell Me ‘Bout It”), D’Angelo (“Lady”), TLC (“So So Dumb”), Kelis (“80s Joint”), Mary J. Blige (“Color”), Kelly Price (“So Sweet”), Teedra Moses (“Take Me”), Alicia Keys (“Lesson Learned”) and Whitney Houston (“Fine”).

Meanwhile, Chromeo – consisting of David “Dave 1” Macklovitch and Patrick “P-Thugg” Gemayel – are expected to drop their new album later this year via Last Gang Records / Big Beat Records / Atlantic Records.

The follow-up to 2014’s “White Women” reportedly delivers further productions from Jason Evigan (Enrique Iglesias), Digital Farm Animals (Rita Ora), Kaytranada (Craig David), Ian Kirkpatrick (Selena Gomez), Illangelo (Emeli Sande), Ariel Rechtshaid (Kylie Minogue) and MNEK (Dua Lipa).

Among the songwriters expected to appear on the album are Lindy Robbins (Jason Derulo), Ross Golan (Charlie Puth), Priscilla Renea (Nick Jonas), Sean Douglas (Big Boi), Andrew Jackson (Sean Paul), Billy Walsh (Alicia Keys), Scott Harris (The Chainsmokers) and Ammar Malik (Ed Sheeran).

Stream the following playlist dedicated to Raphael Saadiq’s work!

Sean Douglas hints at new collaboration with Chromeo

27 Oct

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Sean Douglas has hinted at a new collaboration with Chromeo.

“Joined a band today. @funky.larry, @peethugg said you’d be cool with it,” Douglas posted to Instagram on Wednesday (October 26, 2016).

The hit songwriter’s resume boasts works with Thomas Rhett (“Die a Happy Man”), Madonna (“Ghosttown”), Nick Jonas (“Levels”), Jason Derulo (“Get Ugly”), Chris Brown (“Zero”) and Demi Lovato (“Heart Attack”).

Douglas also contributed to the next releases by Ella Eyre [Virgin EMI], Bebe Rexha [Warner Brothers], Enrique Iglesias [Republic], David Guetta [Parlophone] and Icona Pop [TEN Music Group].

Meanwhile, Chromeo – consisting of David “Dave 1” Macklovitch and Patrick “P-Thugg” Gemayel – are expected to drop their new album in 2017 via Last Gang Records / Big Beat Records / Atlantic Records.

The follow-up to 2014’s “White Women” reportedly delivers productions from Jason Evigan (Ella Henderson), Digital Farm Animals (Noah Cyrus), Ian Kirkpatrick (Andy Grammer) and MNEK (Sabina Ddumba).

On the songwriting front, Chromeo have teamed up with Ross Golan (Selena Gomez), Andrew Jackson (John Legend), Priscilla Renea (Rihanna), Scott Harris (Shawn Mendes), Ammar Malik (Ariana Grande) and Lindy Robbins (Brandy).

Watch the music video for “Jealous (I Ain’t With It)” below.

Chromeo enlists Jason Evigan for new album

15 Jul

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Canadian electro-funk duo Chromeo – consisting of members David “Dave 1” Macklovitch and Patrick “P-Thugg” Gemayel – have enlisted Jason Evigan for their upcoming album.

Evigan recently co-penned and / or produced songs for Nick Jonas (“Champagne Problems”), Jon Bellion (“Morning in America”), Demi Lovato (“Old Ways”), and Chantal Kreviazuk (“Meant for This”).

He also contributed to the next projects by Ella Henderson [Syco], Britney Spears [RCA], Bebe Rexha [Warner Brothers], Enrique Iglesias [Republic], David Guetta [Parlophone], Kiiara [Atlantic], and Ella Eyre [Virgin EMI].

Meanwhile, Chromeo – consisting of members David “Dave 1” Macklovitch and Patrick “P-Thugg” Gemayel – are expected to release the follow-up to 2014’s “White Women” later this year through Last Gang Records in partnership with Big Beat Records and Atlantic Records.

The still-untitled project features further productions and songwriting contributions from Digital Farm Animals, Andrew Jackson, Ian Kirkpatrick, Priscilla Renea, Ross Golan, and MNEK.

Watch the music video for “Jealous (I Ain’t With It)” below.