Tag Archives: Sinead Harnett

Sinead Harnett hits the studio with Illangelo, Doc McKinney

13 Sep

British singer/songwriter Sinead Harnett has teamed up with Carlo “Illangelo” Montagnese and Martin “Doc” McKinney for a new collaboration.

Illangelo is responsible for producing Alicia Keys’ “In Common,” Post Malone’s “I Fall Apart,” Emeli Sande’s “Starlight,” Majid Jordan’s “Something About You,” Katy Perry’s “Pendulum,” and The Weeknd’s “Tell Your Friends.”

Meanwhile, Doc McKinney’s production resume boasts works with John Legend (“Wanna Be Loved”), Drake (“The Ride”), Santigold (“Outside the War”), The Weeknd (“Starboy”), Future (“Low Life”) and M.I.A. (“Exodus”).

Besides writing songs on the next projects by Little Mix and Louise Redknapp, Harnett is expected to release her next project – featuring the Grades-produced lead single “Body” – later this year via all digital streaming outlets.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts further contributions from Future Cut, Paul E. Phamous, Marlon Roudette, Alan Sampson, J Mills, Monro, Ari PenSmith, P2J, Michael Angelo, Hue “SoundzFire” Strother, Autumn Rowe, Maths Time Joy, Stint, and Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins.

Watch the music video for “Body” below.

Sinead Harnett hits the studio with Future Cut

31 Aug

Sinead Harnett has recorded new music with Future Cut.

The British songwriting and production duo – composed of Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola – have previously helmed songs for Maxine Ashley (“Happy With or Without You”), RuthAnne (“Take My Place”), Whinnie Williams (“Too Strong”), Littke Mix (“How Ya Doing?”) and Stooshe (“Black Heart”).

Future Cut have also collaborated with songwriters including Andrea Martin, Kara DioGuardi, Lindy Robbins, Wayne Hector, Nicole Morier, Shaznay Lewis, Chelcee Grimes, James Fauntleroy, Amanda Ghost, Traci Hale, Jo Perry, Claude Kelly, Erika Nuri, Makeba Riddick, Amy Wadge, and Cathy Dennis.

Besides writing songs on the next projects by Little Mix and Louise Redknapp, Harnett is expected to release her next project – featuring the Grades-produced lead single “Body” – later this year via all digital streaming outlets.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts contributions from Marlon Roudette, Alan Sampson, J Mills, Monro, Ari PenSmith, P2J, Michael Angelo, Hue Strother, Autumn Rowe, Maths Time Joy, Stint, and Rodney Jerkins.

Stream the following playlist dedicated to Future Cut’s works!

Sinead Harnett premieres “Body” music video

12 Jul

Sinead Harnett has premiered the music video for her new single online.

The Johnny Mourgue-directed clip for “Body” was posted to the British singer/songwriter’s Vevo channel on Thursday (July 12, 2018).

Co-written and produced by regular collaborator Daniel “Grades” Traynor; “Body” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Harnett’s next project reportedly yields further alliances with Maths Time Joy, J Mills, Alan Sampson, Marlon Roudette, Hue Strother, Ari PenSmith, P2J, Michael Angelo, Rodney Jerkins, Autumn Rowe, and Stint.

Watch the music video for “Body” below.

Little Mix collaborate with Justin Tranter for new album

3 Jun

Little Mix has added Justin Tranter to the list of songwriters for their upcoming fifth album under Syco Music (UK) and Columbia Records (US).

The Warner/Chappell signee recently co-wrote “Jump” for Julia Michaels alongside the song’s producer Nick Monson. The Trippie Red-featuring track is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

Tranter’s extensive resume boasts additional works with Janelle Monae (“Make Me Feel”), Cardi B (“Thru Your Phone”), Leon Bridges (“Beyond”), Camila Cabello (“Into It”), Nick Jonas (“Home”) and Fergie (“Tension”).

On the highly-anticipated new album, Little Mix have also teamed up with songwriters Michael Pollack, Johan Fransson, Casey Smith, Boy Matthews, Shakka, Jenna Andrews, Nija Charles, Shungudzo, Rachel Furner, Eyelar, Sarah Hudson, JHart, Sinead Harnett, Kamille, and Jessica Agombar.

Little Mix’s last studio collection, 2016’s “Glory Days,” topped the UK Albums Chart and peaked to number twenty-five on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart. It also spawned four singles in the shape of “Shout Out to My Ex,” “Touch,” “No More Sad Songs” (featuring G-Eazy) and “Power” (featuring Stormzy).

Watch the music video for “Power” below.

Little Mix reunite with Shungudzo for fifth album

9 May

Little Mix have reunited with Shungudzo for a new collaboration.

The Zimbabwean/French/Native-American singer-songwriter (also known as Alexandra Govere) previously co-wrote “Touch” for Little Mix alongside Philip Plested, Hanni “Youthonix” Ibrahim and Patrick Patrikious. The MNEK-produced cut reached to number four on the UK Singles Chart.

Shungudzo’s songwriting resume boasts further works with Alina Baraz (“I Don’t Even Know Why Though”), Victoria Monet (“Wish I Never Met You”), Louisa Johnson (“Best Behaviour”), Jessie Ware (“Your Domino”), Mic Lowry (“Frustrations”) and The Chainsmokers (“It Won’t Kill Ya”).

Meanwhile, Little Mix are scheduled to release the follow-up to 2016’s “Glory Days” later this year via Syco Music (US) and Columbia Records (UK).

The highly-anticipated project reportedly yields further songwriting contributions from JHart, Sarah Hudson, Nija Charles, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Sam Romans, Jessica Agombar, Shakka, Maegan Cottone, Kamille, Rachel Furner, Chelcee Grimes, James Newman, Sinead Harnett, and Iain James.

Stream the audio clip for “Come on Back” below.

Little Mix enlist Martin Sjolie for fifth album

6 May

Little Mix have enlisted Martin Sjolie for a new collaboration.

The Norwegian musician is known for helming “Don’t Kill My Vibe,” “Strangers,” “Fake Friends,” and “High Five” for Island Recording artist Sigrid.

Fans of Sjolie’s songwriting and production works should also keep an eye on the next projects by Astrid S, Elderbrook, Grace Carter, Alice Chater, Jones, Sarah Close, Raye, Ella Henderson, L Devine, and Arlissa.

Meanwhile, Little Mix are scheduled to release their fifth studio collection later this year via Syco Music (US) and Columbia Records (UK).

The follow-up to 2016’s “Glory Days” reportedly boasts further productions from Banx & Ranx, Kid Joki, Thomas “Earwulf” Eriksen, Captain Cuts, The Electric, MNEK, Goldfingers, Chris Loco, Fred Ball, TMS, Red Triangle, Jez Ashurst, Tre Jean-Marie, Fridolin “Freedo” Walcher, and Rice N Peas.

Among the songwriters expected to appear on the album are JHart, Sarah Hudson, Nija Charles, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Sam Romans, Jessica Agombar, Shakka, Maegan Cottone, Kamille, Rachel Furner, Chelcee Grimes, James Newman, Philip Plested, Sinead Harnett, and Iain James.

Watch the music video for “No More Sad Songs” below.

Little Mix hit the studio with Banx & Ranx

3 May

Little Mix have added Banx & Ranx to the list of contributors for their upcoming fifth album under Syco Music and Columbia Records.

The Canadian production duo – composed of Yannick Rastogi and Zacharie Raymond – recently collaborated with Ella Eyre on the track “Answerphone,” which peaked to number seven on the UK Singles Chart.

Banx & Ranx have also recorded tracks with artists including Olly Murs (“Kiss Me”), KStewart (“Sex for Breakfast”), Sean Paul (“Mad Love”), Raye (“Thinking About You”) and Dua Lipa (“Kiss and Make Up”).

Other producers backing Little Mix on the follow-up to 2016’s “Glory Days” are Rice N Peas, Kid Joki, Earwulf, Captain Cuts, Electric, MNEK, Goldfingers, Chris Loco, Fred Ball, Red Triangle, Jez Ashurst, Tre Jean-Marie, Freedo, and TMS.

Among the songwriters expected to appear on the album are JHart, Sarah Hudson, Nija Charles, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Sam Romans, Jessica Agombar, Shakka, Maegan Cottone, Kamille, Rachel Furner, Chelcee Grimes, James Newman, Philip Plested, Sinead Harnett, and Iain James.

Watch the music video for “Answerphone” below.