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Jessie Ware hits the studio with Shungudzo Kuyimba, Danny Parter, Stint

21 Mar

British singer/songwriter Jessie Ware has teamed up with Shungudzo Kuyimba, Danny Parker, and Stint for a new collaboration.

Kuyimba and Parker are responsible for co-writing “Bad Behaviour” for Louisa Johnson alongside the song’s producers Thomas “Froe” Barnes, Peter “Merf” Kelleher and Benjamin Kohn of TMS.

Meanwhile, Stint’s songwriting and production resume boasts works with Zara Larsson (“Make That Money Girl”), AlunaGeorge (“Jealous”), NAO (“Girlfriend”), Santigold (“Walking in a Circle”), BANKS (“In Your Eyes”), Gallant (“Skipping Stones”) and Carly Rae Jepsen (“LA Hallucinations”).

Ware, on the other hand, is expected to release her third studio collection later this year via PMR Records and Island Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further productions from Benny Blanco, Two Inch Punch, Julian Bunetta, Andrew “Pop” Wansel, Emile Haynie, John Ryan, Stephan Moccio, Fred Ball, Sam Dixon, and Bastian Langebaek.

Among the songwriters expected to appear on the album are Jamie Scott, MoZella, Ed Drewett, Julia Michaels, Ammar Malik, Maiday, James Newman, Amy Wadge, Sam Romans, Max McElligott, and Tobias Jesso Jr.

Ware’s previous studio collection, 2014’s “Tough Love,” peaked to number nine on the UK Albums Chart and spawned singles including “Champagne Kisses,” “You and I (Forever),” and the Ed Sheeran-assisted “Say You Love Me.”

Watch the music video for “Champagne Kisses” below.

Janice confirms title for new single

20 Mar

Janice has announced the details for her new single.

The Swedish singer/songwriter christened “Love You Like I Should,” which was co-written alongside Andreas Soderlund and Boy Matthews, as the next promotional cut from her upcoming debut project under If Music Could Talk.

Janice’s previous single, “Answer,” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

In addition to delivering further songwriting contributions Javeon McCarthy and Two Inch Punch, “Lullaby” and “I Got You” are among the other tracks slotted for inclusion on Janice’s still-untitled project.

Watch the music video for “Answer” below.

Frances premieres “Grow” music video

20 Mar

Frances has premiered a new music video online.

The British singer/songwriter – real name Sophie Cooke – posted the visual clip for “Grow” to her Vevo channel on Sunday (March 19, 2017).

This video was helmed in collaboration with Domestic Abuse Charity, “Refuge,” to help raise awareness of domestic violence and the work that “Refuge” does to help and support victims.

Frances’ debut album “Things I’ve Never Said” – featuring singles “Don’t Worry About Me,” “Don’t Matter” and “Say it Again” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The highly-anticipated project boasts songwriting contributions from Jimmy Napes (Clean Bandit), Rachel Furner (Little Mix), Ollie Green (JONES), Jonny Lattimer (Izzy Bizu) and Dan McDougall (Bruno Major).

Album producers include Steve Fitzmaurice (Sam Smith), Two Inch Punch (Ella Eyre), Greg Kurstin (Adele), Mojam Music (Fleur East), Dave McCracken (Elle King), RITUAL (Dua Lipa), Mark Ralph (AlunaGeorge), Howard Lawrence (Liv Dawson) and Craze & Hoax (Maverick Sabre).

Watch the music video for “Grow” below.

Sabrina Claudio releases debut mini-collection “Confidently Lost”

16 Mar

Sabrina Claudio has released her debut EP online.

“Confidently Lost” – featuring seven new songs including “Too Much Too Late,” “Tell Me,” “Runnin’ Thru Lovers,” “Orion’s Belt” and “I Don’t” – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

The mini-collection also boasts productions and songwriting contributions from Mark “Pelli” Pellizer, Hayley Penner, Alex Tanas, Sam Fischer, Augustine “August” Grant, Jordan Benjamin, and Sad Money.

Claudio’s upcoming debut album, on the other hand, is expected to be released later this year via SC Entertainment in partnership with Atlantic Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly features alliances with Stint (Carly Rae Jepsen), JHart (Molly Kate Kestner), Two Inch Punch (Noah Cyrus), Jean Baptiste Kouame (Liam Payne) and Oren Yoel (Eliza Doolittle).

Stream “Confidently Lost” below.

Kacy Hill confirms title for new single

14 Mar

Kacy Hill has confirmed the title for her new single.

The British singer-songwriter christened “Hard to Love” as the next promotional cut from her upcoming debut album under Kanye West’s label GOOD (Getting Out of Your Dreams) Music and Def Jam Recordings.

“Hard to Love” follows previous single “Lions,” which was collectively produced by Jamie Hartman of Ben’s Brother and Stuart Price.

Other producers expected to appear on the album are Alex Hope (Troye Sivan), Fraser T. Smith (Craig David), Two Inch Punch (Noah Cyrus), BURNS (Charli XCX), Jon Levine (Bebe Rexha), Matt “Aqualung” Hales (Lianne La Havas), Steve Booker (Pixie Lott), Kid Harpoon (Eliza Doolittle), Luke Laird (Kacey Musgraves), Joel Little (Ellie Goulding) and Daniel Heath (Lana Del Rey).

On the songwriting front, Hill has reportedly collaborated with Natalie Hemby (Carly Rae Jepsen), Autumn Rowe (Dua Lipa), Tobias Jesso Jr. (Adele), Andrew Wyatt (Lion Babe), Chelsea Lena (Sabrina Carpenter), Diana Gordon (Rita Ora) and Jonny “Ghost” Harris (Ed Sheeran).

Hill’s mini-collection “Bloo” – featuring “Foreign Fields,” “Arm’s Length” and “Shades of Blue” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Stream “Bloo” below.

Anne-Marie unveils music video for new single “Ciao Adios”

9 Mar

Anne-Marie has unveiled the music video for her new single online.

The British singer-songwriter posted the visual clip for “Ciao Adios” to her YouTube channel on Thursday (March 09, 2017).

The track was co-written by Anne-Marie alongside Jennifer Decilveo, whose other credits include Rebecca Ferguson’s “Without a Woman,” Wynter Gordon’s “Bleeding Out,” Rixton’s “Wait on Me,” Melanie Martinez’s “Play Date,” Andra Day’s “Rise,” Ryn Weaver’s “Free,” and Theory of a Deadman’s “Angel.”

Production duties on “Ciao Adios” were collectively handled by Mason “MdL” Levy (Justin Bieber, Samantha Jade, Mike Posner) and Tom Meredith (Andy Grammar, Brandyn Burnette, Astrid S).

Anne-Marie’s first studio collection, on the other hand, will arrive later this year via Major Tom’s Music and Asylum Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers further songwriting contributions from RAYE, Ed Sheeran, Amy Wadge, JHart, Stacy Barthe, Jean Baptiste Kouame, Chelcee Grimes, Luke James, Natasha Bedingfield, Jin Jin, Wayne Hector, Ina Wroldsen, Thomas Jules, and Laura Dockrill.

On the production front, Anne-Marie has worked with Chris Loco, Fraser T. Smith, Bless Beats, Greg Wells, Rick Nowels, Jesse Shatkin, Knox Brown, Digital Farm Animals, Jim Eliot, Cass Lowe, Jamie Scott, Felix Joseph, Jonas Jeberg, Steve Mac, Bradford Ellis, Two Inch Punch, Jonny Lattimer, and Fred Cox.

Watch the music video for “Ciao Adios” below.

Jorja Smith releases “Beautiful Little Fools” music video

8 Mar

Jorja Smith has released the music video for her new single online.

The British singer-songwriter posted the Hector Dockrill-directed clip for “Beautiful Little Fools” to her Vevo channel on Wednesday (March 08, 2017).

Production duties on “Beautiful Little Fools” were handled by Charlie Perry, who previously teamed up with Smith on “Carry My Home,” “Imperfect Circle,” “So Lonely” and “Something in the Way.”

As mentioned in previous posts, Smith is expected to release her debut album – featuring productions and songwriting contributions from Maverick Sabre, Ed Thomas, Joel Compass, Felix Joseph, and Illangelo – later this year.

Other musicians expected to appear on the still-untitled project are Bradford Ellis (Anne-Marie), Laura Dockrill (Foxes), Josh Record (Pixie Geldof), Chris Loco (Ella Eyre), Two Inch Punch (Sinead Harnett), Utters (Purple Ferdinand), Nineteen85 (Drake), GRADES (Dua Lipa), Rodaidh McDonald (Adele), Noah “40” Shebib (Alicia Keys) and Benny Blanco (Ed Sheeran).

Watch the music video for “Beautiful Little Fools” below.