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Bruno Mars is on Adele's new album 25, but Pharrell and Damon Albarn aren't
BY LEWIS CORNER 23 OCTOBER 2015
Adele has revealed the tracklist credits for her brand new album, and among all the rumoured names is one surprise collaboration in the form of Bruno Mars.
The pair have teamed up for new track 'All I Ask' for her third studio collection 25 along with Philip Lawrence and Christopher "Brody" Brown.
Brody Brown: From the Compton Crips to the Grammy Stage
BY DANIELLE BACHER 7 FEBRUARY 2012
Inside a white-walled room in Interscope Records' co-founder Ted Field's film production company, a relaxed Brody Brown leans back into his chair. "You know, I feel like it's coming true, the dream I have been fighting for my entire life," he says. "It's unfolding in front of my eyes."
Adele's '25': Meet the Major Players Behind the Blockbuster Album
BY ADELLE PLATON 24 NOVEMBER 2015
It was the record heard around the world. After a four-year hiatus, Adele returned to the spotlight with a behemoth of an album called 25. By no means a pity party, the U.K. soulstress has matured (shout out to motherhood) and faces the growing pains of adulthood with pitch perfect vocals and flawless eyeliner. Scroll through the credits for 25, though, and the roster of talent behind the LP proves that teamwork makes the dream work. Say hello to the key figures in Adele's songwriter and producer squad for 25 below.
Nominees Announced for Third Annual Pensado Awards
BY Living Design Online 5 AUGUST 2016
LOS ANGELES, CA — The third annual Pensado Awards (taking place on Saturday, August 20, 2016, at Sony Pictures Studios, 10202 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232), dubbed by insiders as the must-attend audio event of the year, has announced its nominees in 15 categories.
A few key highlights among the categories and nominees include... Break Thru Songwriter (Paul Barry and James Bay for James Bay, "Let It Go"; Greg Kurstin for Adele, "Hello"; Brody Brown for Lukas Graham, "7 Years"; Julia Michaels for Fifth Harmony, "Work From Home"; and Tyler Joseph for Twenty One Pilots, "Ride”);