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Ella Henderson teams with Jennifer Decilveo for new collaboration

22 Mar

Ella Henderson has teamed up with Jennifer Decilveo for a new collaboration.

The American Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer has written and produced for numerous artists including Anne-Marie (“Ciao Adios”), Wynter Gordon (“Bleeding Out”), Rebecca Ferguson (“Without a Woman”), Melanie Martinez (“Play Date”), Andra Day (“Rise Up”), Machine Gun Kelly (“Merry Go Round”), Rixton (“Wait on Me”) and Galantis (“Forever Tonight”).

Decilveo’s extensive resume boasts further works with songwriters and producers Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem, Lucie Silvas, Benny Cassette, Tish Hyman, Dem Jointz, Axident, Jason Reeves, Mason “MdL” Levy, Christian “Bloodshy” Karlsson, Henrik Jonback, John Fields, Mike Elizondo, Tim Anderson, Jim Jonsin, D’Mile, Matt Squire, John Henry Ryan, and Benny Blanco.

Henderson, on the other hand, will release her sophomore studio collection later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

The follow-up to 2014’s “Chapter One” reportedly delivers additional alliances with Lindy Robbins, Maegan Cottone, Camille Purcell, Grace Barker, Jessica Ashley, Caroline Ailin, Frances, Julia Michaels, Rachel Rohan, Amy Wadge, Shungudzo Kuyimba, MoZella, Emily Warren, JHart, Claude Kelly, Benjamin Arrow, Sam Romans, Joseph Angel, Evan “Kidd” Bogart, Philip Plested, Trey Campbell, Max McElligott, and Justin Tranter.

Watch the music video for “Yours” below.

Clean Bandit teases new collaboration with Jess Glynne, Jimmy Napes

20 Mar

Clean Bandit have reunited in the studio with Jess Glynne and Jimmy Napes.

“MC Emotional Banger and DJ Vibrancy jamming @jessglynne @jimmynapes,” the British electronic music group – composed of Grace Chatto and siblings Jack and Luke Patterson – posted to their Instagram profile.

Clean Bandit previously teamed with Glynne and Napes on international hit single “Rather Be,” which topped the UK Singles Chart and peaked to number ten on the US Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart.

Glynne also provided guest vocals on Clean Bandit’s “Real Love,” which peaked to number two on the UK Singles Chart, and Napes co-wrote “Extraordinary,” which delivered guest vocals from UK singer-songwriter Sharna Bass.

As mentioned in earlier posts, the upcoming sophomore album by Clean Bandit – featuring singles “Tears,” “Rockabye” and “Symphony” – will arrive later this year via Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records.

The follow-up to 2014’s “New Eyes” boasts contributions from Sam Romans (Craig David), Mark Ralph (AlunaGeorge), Ina Wroldsen (Janelle Monae), Ammar Malik (Selena Gomez) and Steve Mac (Demi Lovato).

Other musicians expected to appear on the still-untitled project are Toby Gad (Beyonce), Natasha Bedingfield (Tori Kelly), Labrinth (Noah Cyrus), Priscilla Renae (Rihanna), Cass Lowe (Sam Smith), Eyelar (Diztortion), Jesse Shatkin (Kelly Clarkson), MNDR (Charli XCX) and Joel Compass (Tinashe).

Watch the music video for “Symphony” below.

Sigma hits the studio with Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Jean Baptiste Kouame

15 Mar

British drum and bass duo Sigma – composed of Joseph “Joe” Lenzie and Cameron “Cam” Edwards – have recorded new music with Eyelar Mirzazadeh and Jean Baptiste Kouame for their upcoming sophomore album.

Mirzazadeh previously featured on the track “Stay,” taken from Sigma’s debut album, 2015’s “Life.” She is also known for co-writing Charli XCX’s “After the Afterparty,” Diztortion’s “I’ll Be There,” Yellow Claw’s “Catch Me,” R3hab’s “Get Up,” Taya’s “Got Me Wondering,” and Redlight’s “Here with Me.”

Meanwhile, Kouame’s songwriting resume boasts works with Little Mix (“F.U.”), Kelis (“Scream”), AlunaGeorge (“Full Swing”), Rihanna (“Woo”), Nikki Minaj (“The Boys”), Madonna (“I’m a Sinner”), Rudimental (“Foreign World”), Leah McFall (“Home”), DJ Mustard (“Whole Lotta Lovin’”), Bonnie McKee (“Broken Record”), Laura Izibor (“Carousel”) and Sevyn Streeter (“It Won’t Stop”).

Sigma’s second studio collection, on the other hand, is expected to arrive later this year via Independent UK dance record label, 3BEAT Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further songwriting contributions from Sam Romans, Jamie Hartman, Cass Lowe, Paddy Byrne, Ollie Green, Shola Ama, Ed Drewett, Bryn Christopher, Chelcee Grimes, Jimmy Napes, Arrow Benjamin, Ina Wroldsen, Jamie Scott, Talay Riley, Chiara Hunter, Ed Thomas, Josh Record, Dantae Johnson, Max McElligott, and Jonny Harris.

Sigma’s debut album, 2015’s “Life,” peaked to number two on the UK Dance Albums Chart and spawned guest apperances from Jetta John-Hartley (“Slow Down”), Rita Ora (“Coming Home”), Labrinth (“Higher”), Ella Henderson (“Glitterball”) and Paloma Faith (“Changing”).

Watch the music video for “Find Me” below.

Noah Cyrus enlists Dan Wilson for debut album

14 Mar

Noah Cyrus has enlisted Dan Wilson for her upcoming debut album “NC-17.”

The singer, songwriter, musician, producer, and visual artist’s credits include Adele’s “Someone Like You,” The Weeknd’s “Sidewalks,” Taylor Swift’s “Come Back … Be Here,” Aquilo’s “Almost Over,” Phantogram’s “Cruel World,” LeAnn Rimes’ “Borrowed,” Weezer’s “California Kids,” Foxes’ “Devil Side,” Pink’s “The Great Escape,” and Florence & The Machine’s “Conductor.”

Wilson’s latest studio collection “Love Without Fear” – featuring “When it Pleases You,” “Your Brighter Days,” “I Can Never Stay Mad at You,” “Too Much” and “We Belong Together” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Cyrus, on the other hand, is expected to release “NC-17” – featuring the Labrinth-assisted “Make Me Cry” and Ilsey Juber-penned “Almost Famous” – later this year via Songs Music Publishing / RECORDS.

The highly-anticipated album reportedly delivers additional alliances with Digital Farm Animals (Hailee Steinfeld), Noonie Bao (Charli XCX), Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem (Kelly Clarkson), Sam Romans (Little Mix), Two Inch Punch (Kacy Hill), Emily Warren (Dua Lipa) and Ross Golan (Charlie Puth).

Watch Wilson’s performance of “Someone Like You” below.

Mahalia Burkmar hits the studio with GRADES, Kuya Productions

12 Mar

British singer/songwriter Mahalia Burkmar has recorded new music with electronic dance music producer GRADES and Bobby Brass and Sammy G of Canadian pop production duo Kuya Productions.

GRADES – born Daniel Traynor – is responsible for producing Khalid Robinson’s “Winter,” Tove Lo’s “Lies in the Dark,” Sinead Harnett’s “If You Let Me,” Tinie Tempah’s “Text from Your Ex,” Aanysa’s “Burn Break Crash,” DJ Snake’s “Here Comes the Night,” Fantasia’s “Wait for You,” Tom Aspaul’s “Never Complaining,” Karen Harding’s “Those Girls,” and NAO’s “Bad Blood.”

Meanwhile, notable credits by Kuya Productions include Little Mix’s “F.U.,” Alessia Cara’s “Here,” Kandi Burruss’ “I Just Know,” Kreesha Turner’s “There,” Nicole Scherzinger’s “Blow,” Keshia Chante’s “Together,” Jesse McCartney’s “Rock You,” and Shawn Desman’s “Shook.”

Mahalia’s debut studio collection “Diary of Me” – featuring promotional singles “Back Up Plan” and “Silly Girl” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

That album also boasts contributions from Sam Romans (Alicia Keys, Craig David), Richard Woodcraft (Michael Kiwanuka, Christine and the Queens), Boi-1da (Drake, John Legend) and Nineteen85 (Jessie Ware, Majid Jordan).

Stream “Diary of Me” below.

Louisa Johnson liberates new single “Best Behaviour”

10 Mar

Louisa Johnson has liberated her new single online.

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

The track was co-written by Johnson alongside Shungudzo Kuyimba (Little Mix, Ella Henderson) and Daniel “Danny” Parker (Shawn Mendes, James Blunt).

Production duties on “Best Behaviour” were handled by Thomas “Froe” Barnes, Benjamin Kohn and Peter “Merf” Kelleher of TMS, who reportedly worked on the next projects by Craig David, Taya, Nick Jonas, Ellie Goulding, Madcon, Fleur East, Mollie King, Aloe Blacc, The Vamps, Imani Williams, Era Istrefi, Dua Lipa, Liv Dawson, RAYE, Paloma Faith, Hey Violet, and Bebe Rexha.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Johnson’s debut studio collection – featuring previous promotional single “So Good” – will arrive later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly boasts further productions from Toby Gad (Daya), BURNS (Hailee Steinfeld), Tre Jean-Marie (Christina Aguilera), Digital Farm Animals (Liam Payne), Joe Janiak (Snakehips), Arnthor Birgisson (Leona Lewis), Dallas Austin (Macy Gray) and Jason Evigan (Ella Eyre).

On the songwriting front, Johnson has teamed up with MoZella (Pia Mia), Ali Tamposi (Rita Ora), Chloe Angelides (Selena Gomez), Jacob Kasher (Charlie Puth), Sam Romans (John Legend), Ina Wroldsen (Anne-Marie), Emma Rohan (Freemasons), Negin Djafari (Mabel McVey), Wayne Hector (Jess Glynne) and Marlon Roudette (Sinead Harnett).

Listen to the audio clip for “Best Behavior” below.

Ella Henderson reunites with Lindy Robbins for new collaboration

9 Mar

Ella Henderson has reunited with Lindy Robbins for a new collaboration.

Robbins previously co-wrote “Beautifully Unfinished” for Henderson alongside the song’s producer Steve Robson. The track – which was co-produced by Komi Hakam – appears on Henderson’s debut album, “Chapter One.”

Other notable songwriting credits by Robbins include Jason Derulo’s “Swalla,” Demi Lovato’s “Skyscraper,” Rachel Platten’s “Superman,” Medina’s “We Survive,” Olly Murs’ “Kiss Me,” GRL’s “Don’t Talk About Love,” Lucy Hale’s “Kiss Me,” Fifth Harmony’s “Miss Movin’ On,” and David Guetta’s “Dangerous.”

She has also worked with top producers including Soulshock & Karlin, Cutfather, Toby Gad, Christopher Braide, Greg Kurstin, Mike Elizondo, Jonas Jeberg, Emanuel Kiriakou, Jason Evigan, Mitch Allan, David Hodges, Steve Mac, Jarrad Rogers, Ricky Reed, Ian Kirkpatrick, Stephan Moccio, and Jamie Hartman.

Henderson, on the other hand, will release the follow-up to 2014’s “Chapter One” later this year via Simon Cowell’s Sony imprint Syco Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly boasts further songwriting contributions from Maegan Cottone, Camille Purcell, Grace Barker, Jessica Ashley, Caroline Ailin, Frances, Julia Michaels, Rachel Rohan, Amy Wadge, Shungudzo Kuyimba, MoZella, Emily Warren, JHart, Claude Kelly, Benjamin Arrow, Sam Romans, Joseph Angel, Evan Bogart, Philip Plested, Trey Campbell, Max McElligott, and Justin Tranter.

Stream the following playlist dedicated to Lindy Robbins’ work!