Soulful and catchy lyrics pop-artist JP Cooper bring us new Luca Schreiner Remix for ‘Need You Tonight’ Featuring bold and talented English R&B singer Ray Blk
The remix provides us with a fresh, up-tempo dance version of the original breath-taking ballad single which JP Cooper co-wrote with Ray BLK about love and heartbreak.
Luca Schreiner is a German DJ and Producer with over 100 million Spotify Streams best known for remixing breakout hits for likes of Louis Tomlinson, James Arthur, Clean Bandit, Alessia Cara, and more.
The track will feature on his much-anticipated new album “SHE” which is due to release on 18th February through Island Records.
All singles are accompanied by music videos that follow the thought provoking story of a father and daughter’s relationship exploring themes such as faith, family, and love.
JP will be back onstage this year for his own headline tour as he returns to intimate grass root venues in the spring of 2022, taking in 23 towns and cities, kicking off in Ireland on 23rd April before finishing the tour back in Manchester on 29th May.
Cooper also recently teamed up with Sigala on R3HAB’s new single, “Runaway” and Emily Burns’ new version of her song “Is It Just Me?” which also reached a Top 10 position on the iTunes chart. The Manchester born troubadour has an incredible 1 million ADJ Global album sales, an extraordinary 4 billion total global streams, fuelled by his devoted 11 million monthly Spotify listeners. In addition to over 120,00 radio plays across 250 radio stations and sold out UK and European tours.
Ray Blk dubbed the ‘UK’s answer to Lauryn Hill’ (who she cites as inspiration alongside female rappers such as Eve and Missy Elliott), Ray burst onto the scene as the first ever unsigned artist to win the BBC Sound Poll in 2017. Ray has always been passionate voice for equality with themes such as love and heartbreak, struggle and perseverance, trust, race and female empowerment in her music. Straddling different styles and genres effortlessly whilst borrowing from various global, generational influences, she creates something that is distinctively Ray BLK. Her Debut album ‘Access Denied’ centred around these themes, released in October 2021 received critical acclaim from the likes of NME, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, DIY, The Observer, The Evening Standard and METRO.