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Paloma Faith enlists Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, Fred Ball for new collaboration

19 Nov

British singer/songwriter Paloma Faith has enlisted Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett and Fred Ball for a new collaboration.

The songwriting and production duo recently helmed Raye’s last single “Love Me Again,” which peaked to number fifty-five on the UK Singles Chart.

Jin Jin’s songwriting resume boasts additional works with Craig David (“Do You Miss Me Much”), Sigala (“We Got Love”), Jess Glynne (“All I Am”), Jax Jones (“You Don’t Know Me”), Yebba Smith (“Evergreen”), Little Mix (“Grown”), Rita Ora (“Proud”), Don Diablo (“Brave”) and Jonas Blue (“Alien”).

Meanwhile, Fred Ball’s production credits include Toni Braxton’s “Please,” Mariah Carey’s “One Mo ‘Gen,” Harloe’s “Rivers Run Dry,” Justine Skye’s “Heaven,” Maeta’s “Babygirl,” Zara Larsson’s “One Mississippi,” Roses Gabor’s “Turkish Delight,” and Jessie Ware’s “Slow Me Down.”

As mentioned in earlier posts, Faith is currently working on her upcoming fifth studio album under Sony Music Entertainment UK.

The follow-up to 2017’s “The Architect” reportedly features additional contributions from Diane Warren, AC Burrell, Grades, Dave Okumu, Mnek, Tre Jean-Marie, Starsmith, Cleo Tighe, Stephan Moccio, Clarence Coffee Jr., RuthAnne, George Moore, BullySongs, Detonate, and Patrick Wemberley.

Watch the music video for “Lullaby” below.

 

RuthAnne releases debut album “Matters of the Heart”

5 Oct

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Irish singer/songwriter Ruth-Anne Cunningham, known mononymously as RuthAnne, has released her debut album online.

“Matters of the Heart” – featuring singles “Unrequited,” “Superman,” “Love Again,” “It Is What It Is,” “Liquid,” “The Vow” and “Take My Place” – is now available via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

The album boasts contributions from Future Cut, Jez Ashurst, Autumn Rowe, Fraser T. Smith, Malay, Emily Weisband, George Moore, Julian Bunetta, Heidi Rogas, Sonny J Mason, Cadenza, and Noah Breakfast.

On the songwriting front, RuthAnne is known for co-penning Jojo’s “Too Little, Too Late,” Katharine McPhee’s “Over It,” Martin Garrix’s “In the Name of Love,” Leona Lewis’ “Perfection,” Britney Spears’ “Work Bitch,” Niall Horan’s “Nice to Meet Ya,” and John Legend’s “No Place Like Home.”

Stream “Matters of the Heart” below.

RuthAnne confirms details for debut album “Matters Of The Heart”

11 Sep

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RuthAnne has confirmed the details of her upcoming debut album.

The Irish singer/songwriter christened her first studio collection “Matters Of The Heart” and will release it on October 4th via The Other Songs.

Current single “Unrequited” – which was produced by Noah Breakfast – is now available via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

The album boasts further productions and songwriting contributions from Future Cut, Heidi Rojas, Jez Ashurst, Autumn Rowe, Fraser T. Smith, Malay, George Moore, Julian Bunetta, Sonny J Mason, and Cadenza.

See the tracklisting for “Matters of The Heart” below.

(1) Take My Place / (2) Unrequited / (3) Take What I Can Get / (4) You Don’t Have a Heart / (5) Superman / (6) It Is What It Is / (7) Too Young / (8) Liquid / (9) Waterfalls / (10) Love Again / (11) My Mind / (12) For the One I Love / (13) Honest Man / (14) The Vow / (15) Move Me

 

 

Kara Marni teams with Sons of Sonix for new collaboration

28 Aug

Kara Marni has teamed up with Sons of Sonix for a new collaboration.

The songwriting and production duo – composed of Moses Samuels and Michael “Mikey” Akinkunmi – are responsible for Jennifer Lopez’s “Medicine,” Miraa May’s “Nobody,” Tanika’s “Come Through,” Alexandra Burke’s “Without You,” and Trey Songz’s “What Are We Here For.”

Sons of Sonix’s most recent promotional single “Full Speed” – featuring Verse Simmonds – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Marni’s upcoming project and follow-up to 2018’s “Love Just Ain’t Enough” – featuring singles “Move,” “Lose My Love,” “Opposite” and “All Night” – is expected to arrive later this year via Access Records.

The still-untitled collection delivers additional alliances with The Invisible Men, Harloe, Culture x Tones, Autumn Rowe, Dayyon Alexander, Chiara Hunter, Jay Mooncie, RuthAnne, WavsDntDie, and Samantha Harper.

Stream the audio clip for “Full Speed” below.

 

Kara Marni drafts RuthAnne for new collaboration

26 Jul

British recording artist Kara Marni has drafted RuthAnne for a new collaboration.

The Irish singer/songwriter (born Ruth-Anne Cunningham) is known for penning Jojo’s “Too Little, Too Late,” Katharine McPhee’s “Over It,” Martin Garrix’s “In the Name of Love,” Leona Lewis’ “Perfection,” Britney Spears’ “Work Bitch,” Niall Horan’s “Slow Hands,” and John Legend’s “No Place Like Home.”

RuthAnne’s current promotional single “Superman” – which she co-wrote with Dave Richardson and Justin Osuji – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Marni’s upcoming project – featuring previous promotional singles “Move,” “Lose My Love” and “Opposite” – is expected to arrive later this year via Access Records.

On the follow-up to 2018’s “Love Just Ain’t Enough,” Marni has also worked with songwriters and producers including The Invisible Men, Autumn Rowe, Jay Mooncie, Chiara Hunter, Dayyon Alexander, Harloe, and Culture x Tones.

Stream the audio clip for “Superman” below.

 

Paloma Faith reunites with Diane Warren for new collaboration

2 Jul

Paloma Faith has reunited with Diane Warren for a new collaboration.

Warren previously teamed up with Faith on “Only Love Can Hurt Like This,” taken from the artist’s third album, “A Beautiful Contradiction.” Produced by AC Burrell, the track peaked to number six on the UK Singles Chart.

Warren’s extensive resume boasts additional works with DeBarge (“Rhythm of the Night”), Toni Braxton (“Unbreak My Heart”), Joss Stone (“Bruised But Not Broken”), Jennifer Hudson (“I’ll Fight”), Lady Gaga (“Why Did You Do That?”) and Celine Dion (“Love Can Move Mountains”).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Faith’s upcoming fifth studio collection – which serves as follow-up to 2017’s “The Architect” – is expected to arrive later this year via Sony Music Entertainment UK.

The still-untitled project reportedly features additional contributions from Grades, Dave Okumu, MNEK, Tre Jean-Marie, Starsmith, Cleo Tighe, Stephan Moccio, Clarence Coffee Jr., RuthAnne, George Moore, and Mojam.

Stream the audio clip for “Only Love Can Hurt Like This” below.

 

RuthAnne delivers new promotional single “Love Again”

15 Mar

Irish singer/songwriter Ruth-Anne Cunningham, known professionally as RuthAnne, has delivered her new promotional single online.

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

The track was collectively produced by Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola of Future Cut alongside George Moore, who is also responsible for Kwabs’s “Perfect Ruin,” Yebba Smith’s “Evergreen,” and All Saints’ “Who Do You Love?”.

RuthAnne’s upcoming debut album – featuring previous promotional singles “It Is What It Is,” “Liquid,” “The Vow” and “Take My Place” – is expected to arrive later this year via The Other Songs.

As a songwriter, RuthAnne has penned songs for Jojo (“Too Little, Too Late”), Katharine McPhee (“Over It”), Leona Lewis (“Perfection”), Britney Spears (“Work Bitch”) and Niall Horan (“Slow Hands”).

Stream the audio clip for “Love Again” below.

RuthAnne teams up with Fraser T. Smith for new single “It Is What It Is”

17 Oct

RuthAnne has announced the details for her new single.

The Irish singer/songwriter (also known as Ruth-Anne Cunningham) christened “It Is What It Is” as her next promotional cut and will release it on November 16 via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The track was co-written by Fraser T. Smith, whose recent credits include Craig David’s “I Know You,” Raye’s “Decline,” Calum Scott’s “You Are the Reason,” Dakota’s “Hate Loving You,” and Nina Nesbitt’s “Loyal to Me.”

RuthAnne is currently working on her debut album, which features previous singles “Liquid” (Mark Jackson, Ian Scott, Cadenza), “Take My Place” (Heidi Rojas, Future Cut) and “The Vow” (Julian Bunetta, AftrHrs, Future Cut).

As a songwriter, RuthAnne has penned songs for Jojo (“Too Little, Too Late”), Katharine McPhee (“Over It”), Leona Lewis (“Perfection”), Britney Spears (“Work Bitch”) and Niall Horan (“Slow Hands”).

Stream the audio clip for “Take My Place” below.

Paloma Faith reunites with Starsmith for new collaboration

5 Jun

Paloma Faith has reunited with Starsmith for a new collaboration.

The British record producer and songwriter previously teamed up with Faith on “Crybaby,” “I’ll Be Gentle,” “Still Around” and “My Body,” taken from the artist’s 2017 album, “The Architect.”

Starsmith’s recent credits also include Jess Glynne’s “I’ll Be There,” Jessie Ware’s “First Time,” Cloves’ “Bringing the House Down,” Molly Kate Kestner’s “I Don’t Know,” and Rae Morris’ “Dancing with Character.”

For her next project under Sony Music Entertainment UK / RCA Records, Faith has also teamed up with Grades (Nao, Alina Baraz), Clarence Coffee Jr. (Dua Lipa, Olly Murs), Stephan Moccio (Maty Noyes, The Weeknd), RuthAnne (Jojo, Niall Horan) and George Moore (All Saints, Yebba Smith).

Watch the music video for “Crybaby” below.

RuthAnne delivers new promotional single “Take My Place”

12 May

Irish singer/songwriter Ruth-Anne Cunningham, known mononymously as RuthAnne, has delivered her new promotional single online.

“Take My Place” – which was co-written by Heidi Rogas and produced by Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola of Future Cut – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

RuthAnne’s upcoming debut album – featuring further productions and songwriting contributions from Julian Bunetta, AFTERHRS, Noah Breakfast, and Malay – is scheduled to arrive later this year.

Among the artists RuthAnne previously penned songs for are Jojo (“Too Little, Too Late”), Katharine McPhee (“Over It”), Martin Garrix (“In the Name of Love”), Britney Spears (“Work Bitch”) and Niall Horan (“Slow Hands”).

Stream the audio clip for “Take My Place” below.