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Marlon Roudette hits the studio with Mojam, Shakka for new collaboration

4 Feb

Marlon Roudette has teamed up with fellow recording artist Shakka and songwriting/production duo Mojam for a new collaboration.

As a songwriter, Shakka is responsible for co-writing “Answerphone” (Banx & Ranx ft. Ella Eyre), “Shot & Wine” (Sean Paul ft. Steflon Don), “Emotional” (Kamile ft. Kranium), “Pyro Ting” (Rak-Su ft. Banx & Ranx) and “Go Deep” (Gorgon City ft. Kamille).

Composed of members James Murray and Mustafa Omer, Mojam’s recent songwriting and production credits include Nicky Romero’s “Distance,” Naughty Boy’s “Bungee Jumping,” Bugzy Malone’s “Ordinary People,” SnowLaflurr’s “Freak Like Me,” and HRVY’s “I Wish You Were Here.”

Besides co-writing Jax Jones’ “Ring Ring” and Mabel McVey’s “Fine Line,” Roudette is expected to release his upcoming third album and follow-up to 2014’s “Electric Soul” later this year via Island Records UK.

Fans of Roudette’s songwriting works should also keep an eye on the next releases by Dan Caplen, Ella Eyre, Liam Payne, Iman Hulten, Sophia Alex, Zara Larsson, Mae Muller, Olivia Deano, Sinead Harnett, and Zak Abel.

Watch the music video for “Anti Hero” below.

Shakka unveils music video for new single “When Will I See You Again”

30 Sep


Shakka has unveiled the music video for his new single online.

The singer, songwriter and record producer posted the visual clip for “When Will I See You Again” to his official Vevo page on Monday (September 29, 2014).

“When Will I See You Again” – written and produced by Shakka – will be available for download from October 19 via iTunes (UK).

Shakka previously teamed up with Wretch 32 on hit single “Blackout,” which peaked at number six on the UK Singles Chart.

He also wrote “Too Many Cooks” for fellow British artist Tanya Lacey along with Jarred Cotter and Dan Radclyffe.

His as-yet-untitled debut album is expected to be released in early 2015 via West London-based entertainment brand Big Drum Entertainment.

Watch the Ben Peters-directed clip for “When Will I See You Again” below.