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Awa premieres music video for new single “Like I Do”

3 Dec

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Awa has premiered the music video for her new single online.

The Swedish singer/songwriter (born Awa Santesson-Sey) posted the visual clip for “Like I Do” to her Vevo channel on Monday (02 December 2019).

Production duties on “Like I Do” were collectively handled by Aston Rudi (Tamera Foster, Ray BLK), Tre Jean-Marie (Sinead Harnett, Little Mix) and Sam Tsang (Ed Sheeran, Maisie Peters).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Awa is currently working on her upcoming debut project under Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records UK.

The still-untitled collection reportedly features additional contributions from Future Cut, Laura Welsh, Fred Cox, Negin Djafari, Luke Fitton, Joi Wynn, Kasper Larsen, Angela Beyince, Levi Lennox, Erika Nuri, Steve Booker, Autumn Rowe, Diztortion, Lauren Aquilina, and Eyelar Mirzazadeh.

Watch the music video for “Like I Do” below.

Awa delivers new single “Like I Do”

21 Nov

Swedish singer/songwriter Awa Santesson-Sey, known mononymously as Awa, has delivered her new single online.

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

The track was produced by Aston Rudi (Ray BLK, Tamera Foster), Tre Jean-Marie (Sinead Harnett, Little Mix) and Sam Tsang (Ed Sheeran, Maisie Peters).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Awa is currently working on her upcoming debut project under Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records UK.

The still-untitled collection reportedly features additional contributions from Future Cut, Laura Welsh, Fred Cox, Negin Djafari, Luke Fitton, Joi Wynn, Kasper Larsen, Angela Beyince, Levi Lennox, Erika Nuri, Steve Booker, Autumn Rowe, Diztortion, Lauren Aquilina, and Eyelar Mirzazadeh.

Stream the audio clip for “Like I Do” below.

Awa hits the studio with Laura Welsh, Future Cut for new collaboration

12 Oct

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Swedish singer/songwriter Awa Santesson-Sey, known mononymously as Awa, has teamed up with Laura Welsh and Future Cut for a new collaboration.

Welsh’s debut studio collection “Soft Control” was released in 2015 via Outsiders Recorded Music Limited / Polydor Records. That collection features singles “Cold Front” and “Break the Fall,” as well as productions from Dev Hynes, Emile Haynie, Joel Compass, Robin Hannibal, and Greg Kurstin.

Meanwhile, Future Cut’s production resume boasts works with Lily Allen (“Smile”),  Stooshe (“Black Heart”), Olly Murs (“Please Don’t Let Me Go”), Little Mix (“How Ya Doin”), Shakira (“Gypsy”), Laura Izibor (“Shine”), Melanie Fiona (“Ayo”), Ella Eyre (“Together”) and Mae Muller (“Leave It Out”).

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As mentioned in earlier posts, Awa is currently working on her upcoming debut project under Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records UK.

The still-untitled collection reportedly features additional productions and songwriting contributions from Fred Cox, Negin Djafari, Luke Fitton, Joi Wynn, Kasper Larsen, Angela Beyince, Levi Lennox, Erika Nuri, Aston Rudi, Eyelar, Steve Booker, Autumn Rowe, Diztortion, and Lauren Aquilina.

Awa’s current promotional single “Comfortable” – which was produced by Aaron “Alias” Kleinstub and co-written by Justin Chaisson Smith – is now available via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

Awa confirms details for debut single “Love Songs”

8 Aug

Awa has confirmed the details for her upcoming debut single.

The Swedish singer/songwriter (born Awa Santesson-Sey) christened “Love Songs” as her first promotional single and will release it this week via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

As per ASCAP’s ACE Repertory, “Love Songs” was co-written by Aaron Williams (Raye, Becky Hill) and Ebenezer Fabiyi (Craig David, Stefflon Don).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Awa’s upcoming project is expected to arrive later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records UK.

The still-untitled collection reportedly features additional alliances with Eyelar, Levi Lennox, Nina Nesbitt, Steve Booker, Whitney Phillips, Aston Rudi, Lauren Aquilina, Kasper Larsen, Candace Shields, and Luke Fitton.

Awa Santesson-Sey drafts Aston Rudi for new collaboration

13 Apr

Swedish singer/songwriter Awa Santesson-Sey, known mononymously as Awa, has drafted Aston Rudi for a new collaboration.

Rudi recently co-wrote “Do Not Disturb” for Atlantic recording artist Mahalia alongside Alastair O’Donnell, Felix Joseph, Aston Rudi, and Jonny Lattimer. The track is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

Rudi’s resume boasts additional works with Sophie Faith’s “Bad Blood,” Hamzaa’s “Saving Grace,” Jaz Karis’s “Petty Lover,” Anais’s “Nina,” Elli Ingram’s “Table for Two,” Ray BLK’s “Gone,” and Abi Ocia’s “Konfyt.”

Meanwhile, Awa is expected to release her upcoming project later this year via Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records UK.

The still-untitled collection reportedly delivers further alliances with Diztortion, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Levi Lennox, Nina Nesbitt, Steve Booker, Lauren Aquilina, Kasper Larsen, Molly Rainford, Luke Fitton, Candace Shields, Scott Effman, Linnea Sodahl, Marlon Roudette, Kelly Kiara, and Michael Angelo.

Stream the audio clip for “Obvious” below.

Starley unveils new promotional single “Been Meaning to Tell You”

27 Oct

Australian singer/songwriter Starley Hope, known mononymously as Starley, has unveiled her new promotional single online.

“Been Meaning to Tell You” – which was co-written and produced by Cory Enemy – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Starley’s upcoming debut project – featuring previous promotional singles “Call on Me” and “Touch Me” – is expected to arrive early next year via Universal Music Group / Tinted Records.

The still-untitled collection reportedly delivers additional productions and songwriting contributions from Salaam Remi, Jin Jin, Grades, Rosina Russell, Prince Charlez, Nate Campany, Kyle Shearer, Steve Booker, and Captain Cuts.

Stream the audio clip for “Been Meaning to Tell You” 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.