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Natalie La Rose teases new collaboration with Mike Dean

16 Jul

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Natalie La Rose has teased a new collaboration with Mike Dean.

“When I laid my eyes on @therealmikedean precious Grand, I just couldn’t keep my hands off of it,” the Dutch singer/songwriter posted on Instagram.

Dean is known for his production works with Kanye West (“Ultralight Beam”), Beyonce (“Love Drought”), The Weeknd (“Tell Your Friends”), Madonna (“Inside Out”), Justin Bieber (“No Sense”) and Rihanna (“FourFiveSeconds”).

In addition to launching a record label by the name of M.W.A. (an acronym for Dean’s DJ name Mexican Wrestling Association), the American record producer has also contributed to Sky Ferreira’s sophomore album “Masochism.”

Meanwhile, La Rose is expected to release her debut album later this year via Dreams World/Sony RAL.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts further productions from Jarrad Rogers (Rita Ora), Shama Joseph (Rihanna), GRADES (Jess Glynne), Tommy Brown (Ariana Grande), Detail (Jhene Aiko), The Stereotypes (Bruno Mars), DJ Marley Watters (Justine Skye), and T-Minus (Kelly Rowland).

On the songwriting front, La Rose has worked with Caroline Ailin (Dua Lipa), Scott Harris (Phoebe Ryan), Courtney Harrell (Fantasia Barrino), Talay Riley (Keri Hilson), Whitney Phillips (Sabrina Ddumba), Breyan Isaac (Charlie Puth), Rosina Russell (David Guetta) and Jacob Luttrell (Tori Kelly).

Watch the music video for “Somebody” below.

K. Michelle drafts Prince Charlez for new single “Talk to God”

8 Jul

K. Michelle has announced the details for her new single.

The American singer/songwriter (born Kimberly Pate) christened “Talk to God” as the first promotional cut from her upcoming fourth album under Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records.

The track was co-written by fellow recording artist Charles Hinshaw Jr. (professionally known Prince Charlez), whose resume boasts further works with Rihanna (“Needed Me”), Grace (“Hell of a Girl”), Trey Songz (“Song Goes Off”), Beyonce (“Ring Off”), Mary J. Blige (“Love Yourself”), Ella Mai (“Who Knew”), Usher (“More”) and Zedd & Liam Payne (“Get Low”).

Other songwriters expected to appear on the follow-up to 2016’s “More Issues Than Vogue,” tentatively entitled “The People I Used to Know,” are Bianca Atterberry, Lyrica Anderson, Rosina Russell, Sevyn Streeter, Claude Kelly, Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd, and Gabrielle “Goldie” Nowee.

Fans of Prince Charlez’s songwriting works, on the other hand, should keep an eye on the next releases by Nicki Minaj, Jessie J, Tamar Braxton, Lily Allen, Starley, Conrad Sewell, Sky Ferreira, and Jazmine Sullivan.

Listen to the audio clip for “Bitty” below.

STARLEY teams with Jin Jin for new collaboration

11 May

STARLEY has teamed up with Jin Jin for a new collaboration.

The British singer/songwriter, born Janee Bennett, is known for co-writing Jess Glynne’s “Hold My Hand,” Tinie Tempah’s “Not Letting Go,” Krishane’s “Drunk & Incapable,” Jax Jones’ “You Don’t Know Me,” Foxes’ “Scar,” Little Mix’s “Grown,” Fleur East’s “Like That,” Olly Murs’ “How Much for Your Love,” Alex Newell’s “Keep it Moving,” and Sub Focus’ “Love Divine.”

Jin Jin’s extensive resume boasts further works with producers Bless Beats, Cutfather, Daniel Davidsen, Peter Wallevik, Knox Brown, Starsmith, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, The Rascals, Fraser T. Smith, MNEK, Gorgon City, Toby Gad, DJ Freedo, Laconic, Komi Hakam, GRADES, Jake Gosling, Electric, Bhavik “Knightstarr” Pattani, and Frederik “Fredro” Odesjo.

Meanwhile, STARLEY is expected to release her debut project – featuring lead single “Call on Me” – later this year via Tinted Records an Epic Records.

The still-untitled collection reportedly delivers additional alliances with Salaam Remi (Amy Winehouse), Prince Charlez (Mary J. Blige), GRADES (Jessie Ware), Rosina Russell (K. Michelle) and Steve Booker (John Newman).

Fans of Jin Jin’s songwriting works, on the other hand, should keep an eye on the next projects by Jess Glynne, Dom McCallister, Astrid S, Taya, Janelle Monae, Tamera Foster, David Guetta, Anne-Marie, Melissa Steel, YEBBA, Rita Ora, Shola Ama, Jasmine Thompson, DAKOTA, Bobii Lewis, Sinead Harnett, KStewart, Era Istefi, Jonas Blue, Ella Eyre, and Dido.

Stream the audio clip for “Call on Me” below.

K. Michelle collaborates with Lyrica Anderson for new album

16 Apr

K. Michelle has collaborated with Lyrica Anderson for her fourth album.

The American singer/songwriter is known for co-writing Chris Brown’s “Privacy,” Beyonce’s “Drunk in Love,” Tinashe’s “Pretend,” Christina Milian’s “Paint Me Pink,” Mya’s “Walka Not a Talka,” Elijah Blake’s “I Just Wanna,” Jason Derulo’s “Love Like That,” MoZella’s “Luvsik,” Demi Lovato’s “All Night Long,” Leighton Meester’s “Body Control,” and Keke Palmer’s “Footworkin.”

Anderson’s resume boasts additional works with fellow musicians including Soulshock & Karlin, Timbaland, Nire AllDai, Jim Beanz, Evan “Kidd” Bogart, Detail, J Angel, Printz Board, Sterling Simms, Warren “Oak” Felder, Nate Walker, Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem, The Runners, Shep Solomon, Dapo Tormiro, Blac Elvis, Mark Fiest, Eric Hudson, Toby Gad, and Stargate.

Meanwhile, K. Michelle – real name Kimberly Pate – will release her next studio collection later this year via Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records.

The follow-up to 2016’s “More Issues Than Vogue” is expected to delivers further songwriting contributions from Bianca “Blush” Atterberry (Meghan Trainor), Rosina “Soaky Siren” Russell (David Guetta), Claude Kelly (Le’Andria Johnson), Amber “Sevyn” Streeter (Tamar Braxton), Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd (Jennifer Lopez) and Gabrielle “Goldie” Nowee (Christina Aguilera).

Listen to the audio clip for “Give it To Me” below.

K. Michelle drafts Jason Boyd for new album

5 Feb

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K. Michelle has drafted Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd for her upcoming fourth album.

“My last studio session for my new album was spent with a genius crazy man. Wait till you guys hear this one #PooBear,” the singer-songwriter posted to Instagram on Saturday (February 04, 2017).

Boyd is known for co-writing international hit singles including “What Do You Mean” (Justin Bieber), “Where Are U Now” (Jack Ü), “She Ain’t You” (Chris Brown), “Bitch Bad” (Lupe Fiasco) and “Work” (Kelly Rowland).

His extensive resume boasts further works with Usher (“Caught Up”), Pink (“Love is Such a Crazy Thing”), Kelis (“Handful”), Ludacris (“Contagious”), Mya (“Lock U Down”), Amerie (“Just Like Me”) and Blu Cantrell (“Round Up”).

Meanwhile, K. Michelle – real name Kimberly Pate – will release her next studio collection later this year via Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records.

The follow-up to 2016’s “More Issues Than Vogue” is expected to delivers further songwriting contributions from Bianca Atterberry (Pia Mia), Rosina Russell (Dawn Richard), Claude Kelly (Brandy) and Sevyn Streeter (Alicia Keys).

On the production front, K. Michelle has teamed up with Soulshock & Karlin (Whitney Houston), Rodney Jerkins (Toni Braxton), Chuck Harmony (Mary J. Blige), Mike Dupree (Trey Songz), Lovy Longomba (Gwen Stefani) and Kam Parker (June’s Diary).

Fans of Jason Boyd’s songwriting works, on the other hand, should look out for the next projects by Jason Derulo [Warner Brothers], Rita Ora [Atlantic], Sam Smith [Capitol], Zara Larsson [Epic] and Jessie Reyez [TBA].

Watch the music video for “Love ‘Em All” below.

K. Michelle teams up with Rodney Jerkins for new collaboration

23 Jan


K. Michelle has teamed with Rodney Jerkins for a new collaboration.

“Thank you Rodney Jerkins for creating such an amazing piece. It’s crazy how one song can tell the story of so many tears,” the singer-songwriter posted to Instagram on Sunday (January 22, 2017).

Jerkins’ credits include Toni Braxton’s “He Wasn’t Man Enough,” Whitney Houston’s “It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay,” Michael Jackson’s “You Rock My World,” Jennifer Lopez’s “If You Had My Love,” Destiny’s Child’s “Say My Name,” Lady GaGa’s “Telephone,” and Mariah Carey’s “You’re Mine (Eternal).”

The Grammy award-winning record producer and songwriter’s resume boasts further works with Brandy (“What About Us?”), Monica (“All Eyez on Me”), Aaliyah (“Everything’s Gonna Be Alright”), Mary J. Blige (“Doubt”), Janet Jackson (“Make Me”) and Keyshia Cole (“Shoulda Let You Go”).

Meanwhile, K. Michelle is currently putting the final touches on her fourth studio collection under Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers additional productions and songwriting contributions from Soulshock & Karlin, Bianca “Blush” Atterberry, Chuck Harmony, Rosina “Soaky Siren” Russell, Claude Kelly, Amber “Sevyn” Streeter, Mike Dupree, Lovy Longomba, and Kam Parker.

K. Michelle’s previous album, “More Issues than Vogue,” debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart and spawned four promotional singles in the shape of “Not a Little Bit,” “Ain’t You,” “Mindful,” and “Time.”

Listen to the Spotify Playlist dedicated to Jerkins’ work below.

David Guetta teams with Karen Poole, Chiara Hunter for new collaboration

1 Dec


French DJ and record producer David Guetta has teamed up with Karen Poole and Chiara Hunter for a new collaboration.

Poole previously co-wrote “Tomorrow Can Wait,” taken from Guetta’s third album, “Pop Life,” which was released in 2008 via Ultra Records.

Her other songwriting credits include “Future, Pt. 2” (DJ Snake f/ Bipolar Sunshine), “Touch” (Tough Love f/ Arlissa), “Sweet Waste of Time” (Taya), “All My Love” (Watermat f/ Becky Hill), “Worst Kind of Love” (Shane Filan) and “Good for Me” (Giorgio Moroder f/ Karen Harding).

Meanwhile, Hunter’s debut mini-collection “Strange Relationships” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

As a songwriter, Hunter’s resume boasts works with Rebecca Ferguson [RCA], Fleur East [Syco Music], DAKOTA [Virgin EMI] and Taya [Atlantic].

Guetta, on the other hand, is expected to release his seventh album – featuring guest appearances from Sean Paul, Akon, Shakira, Charli XCX, Trey Songz, and Jess Glynne – in 2017 via Parlophone Records and Atlantic Records.

The follow-up to 2014’s “Listen” reportedly delivers additional contributions from Jason Evigan, Ina Wroldsen, Sean Douglas, Rosina Russell, Cass Lowe, Priscilla Renea, Ester Dean, Neff-U, Jin Jin, and Ben Billions.

Watch the “Just for You” music video below.