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Becky Hill releases new promotional single “I Could Get Used to This”

29 Mar

Becky Hill has released her new promotional single online.

“I Could Get Used to This” – which was collectively produced by Mark Ralph and Richard “Weiss” Dinsdale – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was also co-written by Hill alongside regular collaborators Ryan Ashley (Samantha Mumba, Christina Aguilera), Uzoechi “MNEK” Emenike (Beyonce, Kylie Minogue) and Michael Kintish (Jojo, Eric Saade).

Hill’s debut album – featuring previous single “Sunrise in the East” (which was co-written by Maverick Sabre and collectively produced by Lostboy, Hitimpulse and ADP) – is expected to arrive later this year via Polydor Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further contributions from The 23rd (Ellie Goulding), Rachel Furner (Craig David), Diztortion (Melissa Steel), Plested (Little Mix), Ed Drewett (Sinead Harnett), Josh Record (Ella Henderson), Ollie Green (Stephen Puth) and Karen Poole (Louise Redknapp).

Watch the music video for “I Could Get Used to This” below.

Samantha Mumba teases new music in 2019

9 Dec

Samantha Mumba has teased new music in 2019.

“SO blown away by this…especially as it isn’t current material…..THANK YOU….and it makes me so much more hype to be releasing music in 2019 now. Hope you’ll all come on this new journey with me!,” the Irish singer/songwriter posted to Instagram.

Mumba, who recently collaborated with fellow recording artists MNEK and Ryan Ashley, released her debut studio collection “Gotta Tell You” in 2000 via Polydor Records (UK) and Interscope Records (US). That collection spawned three hit singles in the shape of “Gotta Tell You,” “Body to Body,” and “Lately,” which was originally recorded by R&B girlband, Divine.

Her single “I’m Right Here” – which was co-written by Kandi Burruss and produced by Bloodshy & Avant – debuted at number three on the UK Singles Chart. Despite the single’s commercial success, Mumba’s sophomore album “Woman” was not officially released. However Mumba’s songs “DJ” and “Connect” were re-recorded by Jamelia and Holly Valance, respectively.

Watch the music video for “I’m Right Here” below.

Vanessa White confirms debut mini-collection “Chapter One”

7 Jan

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Vanessa White has confirmed the details for her upcoming EP.

The British singer/songwriter christened her first mini-collection “Chapter One” and will release it on February 19 via Karma Artists Recordings.

In addition to previous promotional cuts “Relationship Goals” and “Don’t Wanna Be Your Lover,” the set contains two other songs in the shape of “Nostalgia” and “Lipstick Kisses” (featuring Wretch 32).

“Chapter One” also boasts alliances with Tre Jean-Marie, Chloe Martini, Dantae Johnson, Ryan Ashley, Leon Ware, and Nayla “Sillkey” Largie.

For her forthcoming debut album, White has reportedly teamed up with Chris Loco (Emeli Sande), Joel Compass (FKA twigs), Natalia Hajjara (Ella Eyre), Snakehips (Tinashe), and Negin Djafari (Fifth Harmony).

Watch the music video for “nostalgia” below.

Vanessa White premieres “Don’t Wanna Be Your Lover” music video

15 Nov

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Vanessa White has premiered a new music video online.

The British singer/songwriter posted the visual clip for “Don’t Wanna Be Your Lover” to her Vevo channel on Wednesday (November 11, 2015).

“Don’t Wanna Be Your Lover” was written by the song’s producer Tre Jean-Marie along with Ryan Ashley, Leon Ware, and Nayla “Sillkey” Largie. It also contains an interpolation of Marvin Gaye’s “Live With Me Angel.”

As mentioned in earlier posts, White is scheduled to release her debut album – featuring previous promotional cut “Relationship Goals” – next year.

The still-untitled project includes further contributions from Future Cut (Olly Murs), Chelcee Grimes (Fleur East), Chris Loco (Tori Kelly), Natalia Hajjara (Emeli Sande), Joel Compass (FKA twigs) and Snakehips (Sinead Harnett).

Listen to the audio clip for “Don’t Wanna Be Your Lover” below.

Vanessa White debuts new single “Don’t Wanna Be Your Lover”

12 Nov

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Vanessa White has debuted her new single online.

The British singer/songwriter posted the audio clip for “Don’t Wanna Be Your Lover” to her YouTube channel on Wednesday (November 11, 2015).

“Don’t Wanna Be Your Lover” was written by the song’s producer Tre Jean-Marie along with Ryan Ashley, Leon Ware, and Nayla “Sillkey” Largie. It also contains an interpolation of Marvin Gaye’s “Live With Me Angel.”

As mentioned in earlier posts, White is scheduled to release her first studio collection – featuring lead single “Relationship Goals” – next year.

The still-untitled project includes further contributions from Future Cut (Ella Eyre), Chelcee Grimes (Mollie King), Chris Loco (Emeli Sande), Natalia Hajjara (Labrinth), Joel Compass (Lion Babe) and Snakehips (Tinashe).

Listen to the audio clip for “Don’t Wanna Be Your Lover” below.

Karen Harding writes new material with Jin Jin, Bless Beats

13 Sep

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Karen Harding has recorded new material with Jin Jin and Bless Beats.

The songwriting and production duo are responsible for Krishane’s “Drunk and Incapable” f/ Melissa Steel [Atlantic Records] and Tinie Tempah’s “Not Letting Go” f/ Jess Glynne [Disturbing London / Parlophone Records].

Furthermore, Jin Jin and Bless Beats have collectively contributed to the next projects by Raye [Polydor Records], Sinead Harnett [Virgin EMI Records], Melissa Steel [Atlantic Records] and M.O [Operator Records].

Meanwhile, Harding is expected to release her first studio collection later this year through Universal Music Group / Capitol Records.

Lead single “Say Something” – now available for download via iTunes and all other digital outlets – was co-written and produced by Uzoechi “MNEK” Emenike. The track peaked to number seven on the UK Singles Chart.

Harding also provided guest vocals on “Feel Good” by Blonde [Parlophone Records] and “New Love” by Arches [Relentless Records].

As a songwriter, she co-penned “Together” for Belgian house DJ the Magician along with Zak Abel, Ryan Ashley, Ed Thomas, and Mark Ralph.

Watch the music video for “New Love” below.