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Whinnie Williams releases acoustic rendition of “Too Strong”

18 Feb

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Whinnie Williams has released a new song online.

The acoustic rendition of “Too Strong” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written by Tunde Babalola and Darren Lewis of Future Cut, who previously teamed up with Williams on “Real Damn Bad,” “Stupid Things,” “Oopsy Daisy,” “You Don’t Love Me” and “Break Hearts in Your Sleep.”

Fans of Future Cut’s works should also keep an eye on the next projects by DAKOTA, Marlon Roudette, KStewart, Tamera Foster, Aston Merrygold, Kenzie May, Sigrid, Vanessa White, Moko, and Karen Harding.

Listen to the acoustic rendition of “Too Strong” below.

Whinnie Williams premieres “Real Damn Bad” music video

7 Jul

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Whinnie Williams has premiered the music video for her new single online.

The British singer-songwriter posted the Tom Dream-directed clip for “Real Damn Bad” to her Vevo channel on Thursday (July 07, 2016).

Production duties on “Real Damn Bad” were handled by Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola of Future Cut, who also worked with Lily Allen (“Smile”), Stooshe (“Black Heart”), Olly Murs (“Please Don’t Let Me Go”), Shakira (“Gypsy”), Foxes (“Holding On to Heaven”) and Little Mix (“How Ya Doing”).

Meanwhile, Williams’ upcoming debut album – featuring previous single “Too Strong” – is expected to be released later this year.

Fans of Future Cut’s work, on the other hand, should look out for the next projects by Tamera Foster [Syco], DAKOTA [70Hz], Karen Harding [Capitol], Marlon Roudette [Columbia] and Kenzie May [Lateral].

Watch the music video for “Real Damn Bad” below.

Whinnie Williams debuts new single “Real Damn Bad”

25 Jun

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Whinnie Williams has debuted her new single online.

The British singer-songwriter posted the lyrical clip for “Real Damn Bad” to her YouTube channel on Friday (June 24, 2016).

Production duties on “Real Damn Bad” – now available for download via iTunes – were handled by Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola of Future Cut.

The hitmaking duo also contributed to the next projects by Tamera Foster [Syco Music], DAKOTA [70Hz Recordings], Karen Harding [Capitol], Marlon Roudette [Columbia] and Kenzie May [Lateral Management].

Meanwhile, Williams’ upcoming debut album – featuring previous single “Too Strong” – is expected to be released later this year.

Watch the lyric video for “Real Damn Bad” below.

Whinnie Williams unveils new single “Too Strong” music video

30 Oct

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Whinnie Williams has unveiled the music video for new single online.

The British singer/songwriter posted the Tom Dream-directed clip for “Too Strong” to her Vevo channel on Thursday (October 29, 2015).

“Too Strong” was co-written and produced by Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola of Future Cut, who previously teamed up with Williams on “You Don’t Love Me,” “Break Hearts in Your Sleep,” “Stupid Things” and “Oopsie Daisy.”

Williams’ upcoming debut album and follow-up to 2014’s “Bad Girl” EP is scheduled to hit stores and digital outlets next year.

Meanwhile, Future Cut have contributed to the next projects by Fleur East [Syco], KStewart [Cherry Jam], Karen Harding [Capitol], Aston Merrygold [Warner Bros], Moko [MTA] and Tamera Foster [Syco].

Watch the music video for “Too Strong” below.

Whinnie Williams announces new single “Too Strong”

8 Sep

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Whinnie Williams has announced the title for her new single.

The British singer/songwriter christened “Too Strong” as the first promotional cut from her upcoming debut album under Night Beach Records.

Production duties on “Too Strong” were handled by regular collaborators Darren Lewis and Tunde Lewis of Future Cut, who are also behind Stooshe’s “Black Heart” [Warner Bros] and Olly Murs’ “Dance With Me Tonight” [Epic].

Williams’ debut album follows 2014’s EP “Bad Girl,” now available for download via iTunes. The mini-collection features singles “Break Hearts in Your Sleep,” “Oopsie Daisy,” “You Don’t Love Me” and “Stupid Things.”

Meanwhile, fans of Future Cut’s production works should look out for the next releases by Alesha Dixon, Fleur East, Little Mix, Moko, K Stewart, Karen Harding, Aston Merrygold, Conor Maynard, and Tamera Foster.

Watch the music video for “Stupid Things” below.

Fleur East collaborates with Future Cut for debut album

20 May

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British singer and songwriter Fleur East has collaborated with Tunde Babalola and Darren Lewis of Future Cut for her upcoming debut album.

“Fun morning in the studio with @FutureCut today! And got to meet the lovely @FleurEast,” regular Future Cut collaborator Whinnie Williams tweeted.

Future Cut have recently produced “Together” for Ella Eyre. The track is now available for download via iTunes in partnership with Virgin EMI Records.

Their other credits include Stooshe’s “Black Heart” [Warner Bros Records], Laura Izibor’s “Shine” [Atlantic Records], Olly Murs’ “Dance With Me Tonight” [Epic Records] and Foxes’ “Holding On to Heaven” [RCA Records].

Meanwhile, East is expected to release her first studio collection later this year under Simon Cowell’s label Syco Music.

The still-untitled project reportedly features further productions from Cutfather (Kylie Minogue, Demi Lovato), Jack Splash (Solange, Alicia Keys), Fraser T. Smith (Adele, Craig David) and Richard Stannard (Gabrielle, Leona Lewis).

Future Cut, on the other hand, have contributed to the next projects by Little Mix [Columbia Records], Tamera Foster [Syco Music], Conor Maynard [Parlophone Records] and Mutya Keisha Siobhan [Polydor Records].

Watch the music video for Whinnie Williams’ “Stupid Things” below.

Whinnie Williams premieres “Stupid Things” music video

3 Jan

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Whinnie Williams has premiered a new music video online.

The British singer/songwriter posted the visual clip for “Stupid Things” to her official Vevo page on Monday (December 22, 2014).

The track is lifted from the artist’s mini-album, “Bad Girl,” now available for download via iTunes in partnership with Night Beach Records.

Production duties on “Stupid Things” were handled by Darren Lewis and Tunde Babalola of Future Cut, who also teamed with Williams on previous singles “Break Hearts in Your Sleep” and “You Don’t Love Me.”

In addition, Future Cut have contributed to the next projects by Mutya Keisha Siobhan [Polydor Records], Little Mix [Syco Music / Columbia Records], Conor Maynard [Parlophone Records] and Tamera Foster [Syco Music].

Watch the music video for “Stupid Things” below.