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John Legend announces details for new album “Bigger Love”

13 May

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John Legend has announced the details for his upcoming album.

The American singer, songwriter, and record producer (born John Roger Stephens) christened his seventh studio collection “Bigger Love” and will release it on 19 June 2020 via Sony Music Entertainment / Columbia Records.

Current promotional single “Bigger Love” – which was collectively produced by Legend alongside Ryan Tedder, Zach Skelton, Di Genius, and Cautious Clay – is now available via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

The follow-up to 2018’s “A Legendary Christmas” reportedly features additional contributions from Jeff Gitty, Anderson Paak, Cutfather, Max Wolfgang, Nasri Atweh, Mr. Hudson, Scott Storch, Darhyl “DJ” Camper, Raphael Saadiq, Stacy Barthe, Trey Campbell, Livvi Franc, and Dewain Whitmore Jr.

Watch the music video for “Bigger Love” below.

Alina Baraz unleashes debut album “It Was Divine”

24 Apr

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Alina Baraz has unleashed her debut album online.

“It Was Divine” – featuring singles “To Me,” “Trust,” “Morocco,” “Endlessly,” “More Than Enough” and “Off the Grid” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The album also yields productions and songwriting contributions from Spencer Stewart, Al Shux, Roget Chahayed, Hayley Gene Penner, Dante Jones, Shea Taylor, Jeff Gitty, Mary Weitz, Trey Campbell, Yonatan “xSDTRK” Ayal, Robin Hannibal, Kaydence, Dernst “D’Mile” Emile, and Troy “R8dio” Johnson.

Stream “It Was Divine” below.

Alina Baraz reveals tracklist for debut album “It Was Divine”

16 Apr
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Alina Baraz has revealed the tracklisting for her upcoming debut album, “It Was Divine,” which will arrive on 05 May 2020 via Mom+Pop.

Current promotional single “Endlessly” – which was written by Baraz alongside Hayley Gene Penner, Spencer Stewart and DJDS (aka Jerome Potter and Sam Griesemer) – is now available via all other digital streaming outlets.

“It Was Divine” reportedly features additional contributions from D’Mile, Kaydence, Al Shux, Roget Chahayed, Shea Taylor, Grades, Stint, Elof Loelv, SG Lewis, Oak Felder, Mayila Jones, Jeff Gitty, Skylar Grey, Jason Evigan, Michael Pollack, R8DIO, Trey Campbell, Akil King, and The Stereotypes.

See the tracklisting for “It Was Divine” below.

(1) My Whole Life / (2) Morocco / (3) Frank / (4) Endlessly / (5) Gimme the Wheel / (6) Off the Grid / (7) Night and Morning / (8) More Than Enough / (9) To Me / (10) Memo Blue / (11) Who Got Me / (12) Say You Know / (13) Take It Home / (14) Be Good / (15) Until I Met You / (16) The Beginning

Alina Baraz debuts new single “Endlessly”

8 Apr

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Alina Baraz has debuted her new single online.

“Endlessly” – which was written by Baraz alongside Hayley Gene Penner, Spencer Stewart and DJDS (aka Jerome Potter and Sam Griesemer) – is now available via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Baraz’s upcoming debut album “It Was Divine” – featuring previous singles “Morocco,” “To Me” and “More Than Enough” – is scheduled to arrive on May 5th via Mom+Pop Music.

The follow-up to 2018’s “The Color of You” reportedly boasts additional songwriting contributions from Shea Taylor, Grades, Mary Weitz, Stint, Elof Loelv, SG Lewis, Oak Felder, Mayila Jones, Jeff Gitty, Skylar Grey, Jason Evigan, Michael Pollack, R8DIO, Trey Campbell, Akil King, and The Stereotypes.

Stream the audio clip for “Endlessly” below.

Alina Baraz delivers new single “More Than Enough”

26 Mar

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Alina Baraz has delivered her new single online.

“More Than Enough” – which was written by Baraz alongside Hayley Gene Penner, Dante Jones and Spencer Stewart – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Baraz’s upcoming debut album “It Was Divine” – featuring previous singles “Morocco” and “To Me” – is scheduled to arrive on May 5th via Mom+Pop Music.

The follow-up to 2018’s “The Color of You” reportedly featuring additional songwriting contributions from Shea Taylor, Grades, Mary Weitz, Stint, Elof Loelv, SG Lewis, Oak Felder, Mayila Jones, Jeff Gitty, Skylar Grey, Jason Evigan, Michael Pollack, R8DIO, Trey Campbell, Akil King, and The Stereotypes.

Stream the audio clip for “More Than Enough” below.

Alina Baraz confirms title for debut album “It Was Divine”

11 Mar

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Alina Baraz has confirmed the details for her upcoming debut album.

The American singer/songwriter christened her first studio collection “It Was Divine” and will release it on 05 May 2020 via Mom+Pop Music.

Current promotional single “Morocco” – which was was co-written by Baraz alongside Hayley Gene Penner, Dante Jones, and Spencer Stewart – is now available via Apple Music and all other digital streaming outlets.

The follow-up to 2018’s “The Color of You” reportedly featuring additional songwriting contributions from Shea Taylor, Grades, Mary Weitz, Stint, Elof Loelv, SG Lewis, Oak Felder, Mayila Jones, Jeff Gitty, Skylar Grey, Jason Evigan, Michael Pollack, R8DIO, Trey Campbell, Akil King, and The Stereotypes.

Stream the audio clip for “Morocco” below.

Amber Mark premieres music video for new single “Generous”

5 Mar

Amber Mark has premiered the music video for her new single online.

The visual clip for “Generous” was posted to the American singer/songwriter’s YouTube channel on Wednesday (March 04, 2020).

Production duties on “Generous” were handled by Julian Bunetta, who previously teamed up with Mark on the DRAM-featuring “Put You On.”

Her upcoming (and yet-to-be-titled) debut album – featuring previous singles “Mixer” and “What If” – is expected to arrive later this year via Virgin EMI Records.

The highly-anticipated project boasts additional productions and songwriting contributions from Mark Ralph, Two Inch Punch, Andrew Wyatt, Jeff Gitty, Trey Campbell, Marlon Roudette, Sarah Aarons, and Noah Breakfast.

Watch the music video for “Generous” below.