In Demand Collaborator Hayley May Drops First Solo Release ‘Feel It’

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fter years of establishing herself as one of dance music’s most sought after singer-songwriters, rising talent Hayley May now continues to make waves with her debut solo single ‘Feel It’ via Defected’s sub label D4 D4NCE.

Multiple collaborations with massive dance stars like David Guetta, Lee Foss, Gorgon City, Sonny Fodera, Martin Ikin, Dillon Francis, John Summit and most recently Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike & Azteck for Heaven, have informed an experienced and passionate outlook that has led Hayley May to this point.

Influenced by soul and R&B icons Lauryn Hill, Prince, and Al Green, the singer-songwriter has amassed over 200M Spotify streams, was awarded a Kiss Dance Anthem title for Be My One with Sonny Fodera and KOLIDESCOPES, and landed a Spotify playlist cover on Hot New Dance for her rich vocal style.

Hayley May’s distinctive voice continues to travel across genres, dance floors, and studios, featuring on tracks like Joel Corry’s platinum-selling hit Sorry that collected over 151M streams and saw Hayley May perform live at the London O2 Arena for Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball as well as on The Top Of The Pops Christmas Special. The singer co-wrote and sang on yet another platinum hit, M-22’s How Does It Feel, and wrote and sang on Eli Brown’s Killer, which was named Hottest Record by Radio 1’s Annie Mac.

Elsewhere, That Feeling with Danny Quest and Cheat Codes which amassed over 15M Spotify streams or Never Let Me Down with Gorgon City which gathered over 10M streams, demonstrate Hayley May’s ability and versatility to mould soaring diva vocals to hypnotising musical textures.

With an admirable and never-ending list of accolades already under her belt, Hayley May now wows listeners with her own solo work, making temperatures soar with blistering house cut, ‘Feel It’. Blending soulful influences into glossy dance melodies with a crystal clear top line, Hayley May demonstrates her individual skill and expands on her signature catchy flow in the bumpy and bouncy club hit of the summer.

Hayley May – ‘Feel It’ is out now via D4 D4NCE.

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The duo of Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek met in Tek's native Cincinnati, Ohio, following the release of the Hi-Tek/Mood collaboration "Hustle on the Side". Kweli and Hi-Tek made their first official collaboration in 1997 on Mood's debut album, Doom, on the track "Industry Lies". That same year, the two formed as Reflection Eternal, and signed to upstart underground hip hop label Rawkus Records. The tracks from their debut single, "Fortified Live" b/w "2000 Seasons", were included on the Rawkus Records compilation Soundbombing in October 1997. In 1998, Kweli and his high school friend, fellow Rawkus Records artist Mos Def, formed the duo Black Star, and released their first, and only album, Black Star, to rave reviews. Hi-Tek provided production for a number of songs on the album, including the singles "Definition" and "Respiration". The album put the three at the forefront of an underground hip hop scene that appeared at the time to be flagging against the influence of the "Jiggy" era of hip-hop, and was followed by a number of acclaimed collaborations and albums. Kweli and Hi-Tek reconnected in 2000 for the release of their debut album, Train of Thought. Though highly acclaimed, the release did not receive a significant amount of commercial attention, despite the success of the rap hits "Move Somethin'" and "The Blast".

Following the Train of Thought album, the duo split for solo projects, beginning with Hi-Tek's Hi-Teknology, released in 2001, on which Kweli appeared. The album didn't receive as much attention or as many sales as Train of Thought, though the single "Round & Round" became a crossover hit in 2002. Kweli released his first solo album, Quality, in late 2002. In a 2002 interview he also stated that another Reflection Eternal and Black Star album would be released.[1] Hi-Tek was not involved with the project's production, instead featuring beats from artists like Kanye West, DJ Scratch, DJ Quik, Ayatollah and J Dilla. The Kanye West-produced single "Get By" became Kweli's biggest success, charting on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2003. Kweli's second solo album, 2004's The Beautiful Struggle, saw the duo working together once again, with three tracks produced by Hi-Tek. Kweli released his next album, Ear Drum, in 2007, featuring production from Tek; Hi-Tek released the follow-up to his debut, Hi-Teknology 2: The Chip, in 2006 and his third album, Hi-Teknology 3: The Underground, in 2007, both on Babygrande Records and both featuring appearances by Kweli.


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