pm studio world wide music news
pm studio world wide music news
news, tech, music, film, sports, cg, translation, photo uploader
  • 2017-08-05
  • Anna Mae Premieres New Song “Call Girl”
  • Nashville-based singer-songwriter Anna Mae has delivered a new song "Call Girl" via streaming music services.
    The track was written by Anna Mae and Kipp Williams, who also produced it.
    She signed to Prescription Songs and released a debut song "Over My Heels" in 2015. Following, she released "Honey, I Need You" and "Just Watch".
    ABC's Notorious used her songs "WILD ONE" and "HOLD ON TIGHT" as promotional songs in 2016.
    In 2017, she gave "It All Starts Now" to CBS’s "The Good Fight", and "Savages" to ABC series Shondaland "For The People", respectively as promotional songs.
    Currenly, she is working on her debut EP, which is expected to be released later in 2017.

    About the debut song, she told Next2Shine in an interview;
    "The initial idea started last summer as I was driving from Nashville to where I grew up in Minnesota (I’m such a fan of summer road trips.) I was about to take a nap while my friend was driving and the title “Call Girl” popped into my head. We were listening to the Tori Kelly album right then and I absolutely love the confidence she writes into her music. So after I got the title I just wondered how it could be spun into a song that actually is about worth and takes a modern spin on the old term. A few weeks later I had my first write with this incredible writer and producer in town named Kipp Williams. He was so awesome and encouraging. I felt like I could bring in my idea to him and so we wrote Call Girl in that first session together!"
  • source : Next2Shine
Recent Post
Latest News
Billboard Hot 100
Top 10
  • No.2
  • No.3
    "I Like It"
  • No.5
    "Girls Like You"
  • No.6
    "Lucid Dreams"
  • No.8
    "The Middle"
  • No.10
    "Meant To Be"
BBC Radio 1 Singles 40
Top 10
  • Editor: Toshio Maeoka / pm studio
    pm studio world wide news © 2014-2018 . All Rights Reserved
to TOP