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Celeste premieres music video for new single “Little Runaway”

26 Aug

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

The Sophie Jones-directed clip for “Little Runaway” was posted to the British singer/songwriter’s Vevo channel on Tuesday (25 August 2020).

“Little Runaway” was written by Celeste alongside Gary Go (Rihanna, Kylie Minogue) and Jamie Hartman (Yuna, Jennifer Hudson), while the song was collectively produced by TMS (John Legend, Ella Eyre) and Tommy Danvers (Nabiha, Paloma Faith).

Celeste’s upcoming self-titled debut album – featuring previous singles “I Can See the Change,” “Stop This Flame” and “Strange” – is scheduled to arrive on September 4th via Universal Music Group / Polydor Records.

Watch the music video for “Little Runaway” below.

John Legend premieres music video for new single “Wild”

14 Aug

John Legend has premiered the music video for his new single online.

The American singer, songwriter, and record producer posted the visual clip for “Wild” to his Vevo channel on Friday (14 August 2020).

The track was co-written by Legend, Jacob Torrey and Sam Romans alongside Benjamin Kohn, Peter “Merf” Kelleher and Thomas “Froe” Barnes of British songwriting/production team TMS.

Legend’s latest studio collection “Bigger Love” – featuring previous singles “Actions” and “Conversations in the Dark” – is now available via Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records.

Watch the music video for “Wild” below.

Dua Lipa reveals tracklisting for new album “Future Nostalgia”

2 Feb

British singer/songwriter Dua Lipa has revealed the tracklisting for her upcoming sophomore studio album, “Future Nostalgia,” which will arrive on April 3 via Warner Music Group / Warner Bros. Records.

Current single “Physical” – which was written by Dua Lipa alongside Sarah Hudson, Clarence Coffee Jr., and Jason Evigan – is now available via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

“Future Nostalgia” boasts additional songwriting contributions from Emily Warren, Caroline Ailin, Kamille, Tove Lo, Shakka Philip, Ali Tamposi, Sophie “Frances” Cooke, and Chelcee Grimes.

On the production front, Dua Lipa has worked with Stephen “Koz” Kozmeniuk, Ian Kirkpatrick, Stuart Price, TMS, Jeff Bhasker, SG Lewis, Andrew Watt, and The Monsters & Strangerz.

See the tracklisting for “Future Nostalgia” (PS. The MNEK-produced/Normani-featuring “If It Ain’t Me” is expected texpected to ­feature on the deluxe version of the album).

(1) Future Nostalgia / (2) Don’t Start Now / (3) Cool / (4) Physical / (5) Levitating / (6) Pretty Please / (7) Hallucinate / (8) Love Again / (9) Break My Heart / (10) Good in Bed / (11) Boys Will Be Boys

Anne-Marie confirms details for new single “Birthday”

2 Feb

Anne-Marie has confirmed the details for her new single.

The British singer/songwriter (born Anne-Marie Nicholson) dubbed “Birthday” as her next promotional cut and will release it on 7th February via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was written by Anne-Marie alongside Brittany “Delacey” Amaradio (Halsey, Demi Lovato), Warren “Oak” Felder (Usher, Nicole Scherzinger) and Alex Niceforo (Britney Spears, Prince Royce).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Anne-Marie is scheduled to release her upcoming sophomore studio album later this year via Rudimental’s label Major Tom’s Music in parternship with Asylum Records (UK) and Atlantic Records (US).

The follow-up to 2018’s “Speak Your Mind” boasts additional contributions from Fred Ball, Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, TMS, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Louis Bell, Jennifer Decilveo, Tayla Parx, Jussi “Jussifer” Karvinen, Tia Scola, Chloe George, Jonas Jeberg, Chris Loco, Emily Warren, and Jimmy Napes.

Stream the audio clip for “Can I Get Your Number” below.

Anne-Marie hits the studio with Emily Warren, Chris Loco, Jimmy Napes

8 Oct

British singer/songwriter Anne-Marie has enlisted Emily Warren, Chris Loco and Jimmy Napes for a new collaboration.

Warren and Loco previously co-wrote Anne-Marie’s “Trigger,” which appears on the artist’s debut studio collection, “Speak Your Mind.”

Meanwhile, Napes’ songwriting/production credits include Sam Smith’s “Dancing With a Stranger,” Tori Kelly’s “Sorry Would Go a Long Way,” Mary J. Blige’s “Right Now,” Ray BLK’s “I’m Doing Me,” and Alicia Keys’ “Hallelujah.”

As mentioned in earlier posts, Anne-Marie is currently working on her upcoming sophomore album under Major Tom’s Music / Asylum Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly features additional alliances with Jussifer, Tia Scola, Louis Bell, Jennifer Decilveo, Fred Ball, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, TMS, Chloe George, Jonas Jeberg, and Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett.

Stream the audio clip for “Trigger” below.

 

Hamzaa teams up with Stint, Trey Campbell for new collaboration

24 Jul

British singer/songwriter Cassandra-Malika Hamza, known mononymously as Hamzaa, has teamed up with Trey Campbell and Stint for a new collaboration.

Campbell’s songwriting resume boasts works with Banks (“Look What You’re Doing To Me”), Ella Mai (“Found”), Adam Lambert (“Two Fux”), Bebe Rexha (“Atmosphere”), Maad (“Black Ice”), Guy Sebastian (“Stay In Bed”), Inna (“Heaven”) and Black Saint (“Don’t Wreck My Holiday”).

Meanwhile, Stint (born Ajay Bhattacharyya) is responsible for producing Sinead Harnett’s “Pulling Away,” Alina Baraz’s “Tainted,” Sabrina Claudio’s “Unravel Me,” Demi Lovato’s “Tell Me You Love Me,” Jessie Ware’s “Alone,” Nao’s “Don’t Change,” Tei Shi’s “A Kiss Goodbye,” and Janelle Monae’s “Unbreakable.”

Hamzaa’s upcoming project – featuring further productions and songwriting contributions from TMS, Emile Haynie, Dayyon Alexander, Laconic, Aston Rudi, Fred Cox, MNEK, Iain James, and Tre Jean-Marie – is expected to arrive later this year via Parlophone Records.

Her current promotional single “London” – which was co-written and produced by Ollie Green – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Stream the audio clip for “London” below.

 

Anne-Marie drafts Tayla Parx, Jussifer for new collaboration

6 Jul

British singer/songwriter Anne-Marie Nicholson, known mononymously as Anne-Marie, has drafted Tayla Parx and Jussifer for a new collaboration.

Besides releasing her debut album “We Need To Talk” earlier this year via Atlantic Records, Parx has also penned songs for Ariana Grande (“7 Rings”), Janelle Monae (“I Like It”), Alicia Keys (“In Common”), Jojo (“Fuck Apologies”), Christina Aguilera (“Accelerate”) and Mariah Carey (“Infinity”).

Meanwhile, Jussifer’s production resume boasts works with Bebe Rexha (“I’m a Mess”), Kelly Clarkson (“Whole Lotta Woman”), X Ambassadors (“Recover”), Kim Petras (“Got My Number”), Hey Violet (“About Last Night”), Guy Sebastian (“About Last Night”) and Skyler Stecker (“How Did We”).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Anne-Marie is expected to release her upcoming sophomore album, which serves as the follow-up to 2018’s “Speak Your Mind,” later this year via Major Tom’s Music / Asylum Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly features additional alliances with Louis Bell (Rita Ora, Post Malone), Jennifer Decilveo (Ella Henderson, Dan Caplen), Fred Ball (Mariah Carey, Toni Braxt), Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett (Ella Eyre, Jess Glynne), TMS (Raye, Dua Lipa) and Eyelar (Little Mix, Era Istrefi).

Stream “We Need To Talk” below.

 

Hamzaa confirms new promotional single “London”

21 May

Hamzaa has confirmed the details for her new single.

The British singer/songwriter christened “London” as her next promotional cut and will release it on May 23rd via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

The track was co-written and produced by Ollie Green with additional production from Knox Brown, who is also responsible for Mary J. Blige’s “Whole Damn Year,” Jess Glynne’s “Gave Me Something,” Raye’s “Ambition,” H.E.R.’s “Let Me In,” Paloma Faith’s “My Body,” and Jacob Banks’ “Homecoming.”

Hamzaa’s next project – featuring further contributions from Emile Haynie, Laconic, Aston Rudi, Pantha, Fred Cox, TMS, Iain James, Tre Jean-Marie, and MNEK – is expected to arrive later this year via Parlophone Records.

Watch the music video for “Breathing” below.

Sabina Ddumba liberates new promotional single “Blow My Mind”

3 May

Sabina Ddumba has liberated her new promotional single online.

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

The track was co-written by Uzoechi “MNEK” Emenike, whose other credits include Becky Hill’s “I Could Get Used to This,” Kate Stewart’s “Be Without You,” Karen Harding’s “Say Something,” Christina Aguilera’s “Deserve,” Julia Michaels’ “Heaven,” and Kara Marni’s “Love Just Ain’t Enough.”

Production duties on “Blow My Mind” were handled by Peter Kelleher, Benjamin Kohn and Thomas Barnes of TMS, who are also responsible for Lewis Capaldi’s “Someone You Loved,” Kamille’s “Emotional,” Louisa Johnson’s “Best Behaviour,” and Craig David’s “Change My Love.”

Ddumba’s upcoming sophomore album – featuring previous promotional single “Small World” (which was co-written by Ali Tennant and produced by Michael Angelo) – is expected to arrive later this year via Warner Music Sweden.

Stream the audio clip for “Blow My Mind” below.

Mabel announces title, release date, tracklisting for debut album

18 Apr

Mabel has announced the details for her upcoming debut album.

The British singer/songwriter has dubbed her first studio collection “High Expectations” and will release it on July 12 via Polydor Records.

Current promotional single “Don’t Call Me Up” – which was co-written by Camille “Kamille” Purcell and produced by Steven “Steve Mac” McCutcheon – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming outlets.

Besides confirmed collaborators Marlon Roudette and Kelly Kiara, the highly-anticipated anticipated project reportedly delivers additional alliances with Fraser T. Smith, Jin Jin, Electric, Negin Djafari, Cass Lowe, Pawws, Jonny Coffer, Olivia Deano, Bless Beats, Amy Wadge, Oscar Scheller, and TMS.

See the tracklisting for “High Expectations” below.

(1) High Expectations (Intro) / (2) Bad Behaviour / (3) Don’t Call Me Up / (4) FML / (5) We Don’t Say / (6) Selfish Love / (7) Lucky / (8) Mad Love / (9) Trouble / (10) Put Your Name On It / (11) Stckhlm Syndrome / (12) OK (Anxiety Anthem) / (13) I Belong to Me / (14) High Expectations (Outro)