At the beginning of this week, everything was about the 58th Grammy Ceremony which is the biggest ceremony ever to highlight and honor the greatest artists of all time.
On Sounds So Beautiful, did we have the pleasure to discover amazing emerging artists.
What is more, among these emerging artists, some have collaborated with Grammy nominated producers and artists.
For the end of this week, let us focus on these fresh singers-songwriters who work day and night on their craft, collaborating with people who know music and who are Grammy worth.
Anisa has penned tracks with LA-based producer Harmony Samuels, hit-writer Eric B, and cites Grammy nominated producer DJ Camper as her favorite person to work with of all time. “I’ve never encountered musical chemistry as strong as when I’m working with DJ Camper – he is just super, super talented.”
Being featured on the Billboard and having worked with the nicest artists:
Grammy Nominated for his contribution to The Roots’ 2006 album “Game Theory, for which he co-produced the title track, “Livin’ in a New World,” and “Clock with No Hands.” Khari has continued contributing to Roots (Rising Down and Undun), Jill Scott, J*Davey, and Money Making Jam Boys, among others.
And 3x Emmy Award Winning Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Composer, and Independent Multi-Instrumental Musician.
Multi-Grammy winning producer Don Was (Rolling Stones, John Mayer, Bonnie Raitt) recently selected Henley from over 10,000 performers as the winner of Guitar Center’s National Artist Discovery Program.
Was produced Henley’s latest EP, “Wonderland”, tracked at Hollywood’s Henson Recording Studios (birthplace of celebrated projects like Carole King’s Tapestry and Joni Mitchell’s Blue). Acclaimed musicians included drummer James Gadson (Beck, Marvin Gaye, Bill Withers), James Hutchinson on bass (Bonnie Raitt, BB King), guitarist Mark Goldenberg (Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt), Mike Finnigan on Hammond Organ (Jimi Hendrix, Michael McDonald), percussionist Michito Sanchez (Train, Aretha Franklin), string arranger Davide Rossi (Ed Sheeran, Coldplay) and Henley on keyboards, vocals and background vocals.
Wrote “Little Things” with Ed Sheeran for One Direction, “Voodoo Doll” with 5 Seconds Of Summer, and “Heavy Weather” with Billie Marten
More recently, she has been in L.A. co-writing with Grammy Award-winning producer John Shanks.
Cariad Harmon’s self-titled album. Co-Producers Oli Rockberger and Chris Abell (Mat & Kim, Pete Yorn, Alabama Shakes) heavily influenced the record’s sound, while executive producer Matt Pierson (Grammy nominees Kirk Whalum, Brad Mehldau), who is largely credited in the Jazz community, produced 5 of the album’s 11 tracks, and mixed and mastered the project giving the album a salient voice.
Grammy nominated producer Ghian Wright (Paul McCartney, Oasis, John Legend) worked with the band on their debut EP.
Their EP has been produced by John Rausch, engineer and track architect for such powerhouses as Taylor Swift, Pink, Florence and the Machine, Foxes and Birdie.
The duo is made of Dave Rosser and lead singer Nick Green, who’s vocal production on The Internet’s Ego Death helped earn it a Grammy nomination for Best Urban Contemporary Album.
Record producer, songwriter, engineer, whose works are Grammy Award Winning, RIAA Platinum Certified, Billboard Award Nominated, Juno Award Nominated (Canada) and ARIA Music Awards Platinum Certified (Australia).
In 2014, Cobi left the band to record his first solo, self-produced EP and has worked with Grammy award winning engineer Tom Weir, and an all-star cast of musicians.
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