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Tinashe enlists Eyelar Mirzazadeh for new collaboration

15 May

Tinashe has enlisted Dutch singer/songwriter Eyelar Mirzazadeh, professionally known as Eyelar, for a new collaboration.

Eylar is known for co-writing Taya’s “Got Me Wondering,” Charli XCX’s “After the Afterparty,” Redlight’s “Here with Me,” Diztortion’s “I’ll Be There,” Yellow Claw’s “Catch Me,” and R3hab’s “Get Up.”

Her extensive resume boasts additional works with fellow musicians including Luke Fitton, Karen Poole, Fred Ball, Chelsea Lena, Arrow Benjamin, Shola Ama, Diztortion, Chiara Hunter, Toddla T, Nicola Roberts, Jonny Coffer, MNEK, Tre Jean-Marie, Knightstarr, James Newman, and Stargate.

Meanwhile, Tinashe is expected to release her sophomore album “Joyride,” which follows 2014’s “Aquarius,” 2015’s “Amethyst” and 2016’s “Nightride,” later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Records.

Current promotional single “Flame” – which was co-written by Ilsey Juber, Simon Wilcox, Nasri Atweh, and Nolan “Sir Nolan” Lambroza – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

Fans of Eyelar’s songwriting works, on the other hand, should keep an eye on the next releases by RAYE, Kyla Smith, Macy Maloy, Anne-Marie, Rita Ora, Kylie Minogue, Liza Owen, Clean Bandit, AYDEN, Kara Marni, LOVELLE, Ella Henderson, HIRA, Grace Sewell, KStewart, and Sigma.

Stream the following playlist dedicated to Eyelar’s work!

Miley Cyrus announces details for new single

4 May

Miley Cyrus has announced the details for her new single.

The American singer/songwriter christened “Malibu” as the first promotional cut from her upcoming album and will release it on May 11 via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Production duties on “Malibu” were handled by American record producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Oren Yoel, who previously teamed up with Cyrus on “Adore You,” “BB Talk,” “Space Bootz” and “I Get So Scared.”

Other notable credits by Yoel include Asher Roth’s “Another One Down,” Parachute’s “Can’t Help,” Stacy Barthe’s “Extraordinary Love,” Rozzi Crane’s “Painkiller,” Eliza Doolittle’s “No Man Can,” PSSY PWR’s “Rodeo,” Tori Kelly’s “Art of Letting You Go,” and Keri Hilson’s “Isn’t It Always.”

Cyrus’ next studio collection follows 2015’s “Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz” and 2013’s “Bangerz,” which debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart and spawned international singles “We Don’t Stop” and “Wrecking Ball.”

Stream “Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz” below.

H.E.R. releases new single “Say it Again”

28 Apr

American singer/songwriter Gabi Wilson, professionally known as H.E.R., has released her new single online.

“Say it Again” – which was co-written by Wilson alongside Hue “SoundzFire” Strother – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Production duties on “Say it Again” were handled by Darhyl Camper Jr., whose other credits include Mary J. Blige’s “Thick of It,” Tamar Braxton’s “Love & War,” Ro James’ “Already Knew That,” Keyshia Cole’s “Trust & Believe,” John Legend’s “Dreams,” and Stacy Barthe’s “Flawed Beautiful Creatures.”

H.E.R.’s upcoming mini-album “Volume 2” – featuring “Every Kind of Way,” “Still Down,” “Lights On,” “I Won’t,” “Changes,” “Faded” and “Rather Be” – will arrive on June 2 via Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Records.

Among the musicians backing H.E.R. on the highly-anticipated collection are Daniel “GRADES” Traynor (NAO, Jessie Ware), Mike “Scribz” Riley (Khalid, Tove Lo) and Kurtis “K9” McKenzie (Iggy Azalea, Rita Ora).

Listen to the audio clip for “Say it Again” below.

Bleachers release new single “Hate That You Know Me”

17 Apr

American indie pop act Bleachers – fronted by musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer Jack Antonoff – have released their new single online.

“Hate That You Know Me” – featuring background vocals from Lorde, Carly Rae Jepsen, Julia Michaels, and Sam Dew – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written by Julia Michaels, who previously teamed up with Antonoff on Fifth Harmony’s “Dope,” taken from the group’s sophomore album, “7/27,” as well as “How Do We Get Back to Love,” taken from the soundtrack to the sixth season of original HBO series, “Girls.”

Production duties on “Hate That You Know Me” were handled by Antonoff alongside Greg Kurstin, whose recent credits include Brooke Candy’s “Living Out Loud,” Frances’ “Say it Again,” Niall Horan’s “This Town,” Sia’s “The Greatest,” Shura’s “Tongue Tied,” and Gwen Stefani’s “Rare.”

As mentioned in various media outlets, Bleachers’ sophomore studio collection “Gone Now” – featuring previous single “Don’t Take the Money” – will arrive on June 2 via Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Records.

In addition to Kurstin, Antonoff has also collaborated with fellow producers Organized Noize (Big Boi, Cee Lo Green) and Sounwave (Kendrick Lamar, Raleigh Ritchie) on the follow-up to 2014’s “Strange Desire.”

Listen to the audio clip for “Hate That You Know Me” below.

Bleachers drop new single “Don’t Take the Money”

2 Apr

American indie pop act Bleachers have dropped their new single online.

“Don’t Take the Money” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was written by Lorde – real name Ella Yelich-O’Connor – alongside Bleachers’ lead vocalist Jack Antonoff, whose resume boasts works with other artists including Zayn Malik (“I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”), Taylor Swift (“Out of the Woods”), Brooke Candy (“Changes”), Rachel Platten (“Stand By You”), Christina Perri (“I Don’t Wanna Break”), Sara Bareilles (“Brave”), Carly Rae Jepsen (“Sweetie”) and Troye Sivan (“Heaven”).

Production duties on “Don’t Take the Money” were collectively handled by Vince Clarke alongside Greg Kurstin, whose recent credits include Brooke Candy’s “Living Out Loud,” Frances’ “Say it Again,” Niall Horan’s “This Town,” Sia’s “The Greatest,” Shura’s “Tongue Tied,” and Gwen Stefani’s “Rare.”

Bleachers’ upcoming sophomore album, on the other hand, is scheduled to arrive later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Records.

The still-untitled project follows 2014’s “Strange Desire,” which peaked to number eleven on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart and spawned singles including “I Wanna Get Better” and “Like a River Runs.”

Listen to the audio clip for “Don’t Take the Money” below.

Betty Who delivers sophomore album “The Valley”

26 Mar

Australian singer/songwriter Betty Who – real name Jessica Newham – has delivered her sophomore studio collection online.

“The Valley” – featuring singles “I Love You Always Forever,” “Human Touch,” “Some Kind of Wonderful” and “Mama Say” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The follow-up to 2014’s “Take Me When You Go” boasts productions from Peter Thomas (Hilary Duff), Kyle Moorman (Jason Derulo), Robopop (James Blunt), Jarrad Rogers (Charli XCX), Warren “Oak” Felder (Liam Payne), Zaire Kaolo (Kehlani) and The Monsters & Strangerz (Jennifer Lopez).

On the songwriting front, Betty Who has collaborated with Fransisca Hall (Selena Gomez), Justin Tranter (Fifth Harmony), Ali Tamposi (Kelly Clarkson), Oligee (Ellie Goulding), Zak Waters (Jojo) and Trevor Brown (Fleur East).

Stream “The Valley” below.

ZAYN drafts PARTYNEXTDOOR for new single “Still Got Time”

22 Mar

ZAYN has announced the details for his new single.

The British singer/songwriter christened “Still Got Time” – featuring PARTYNEXTDOOR – as the first promotional cut from his upcoming sophomore album under RCA Records.

Production duties on “Still Got Time” were handled by Murda Beatz (French Montana, Gucci Mane) and Frank Dukes (Camila Cabello, Frank Ocean).

ZAYN’s first studio collection, 2016’s “Mind of Mine,” debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart and spawned three singles in the shape of “Pillowtalk,” “Like I Would” and “Wrong.”

He also teamed up with fellow recording artist Taylor Swift on the Samuel Dew-penned / Jack Antonoff-produced cut “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever,” which peaked to number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart.

Watch the music video for “LIKE I WOULD” below.