No Letting Go for Krishane

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

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SINGER Krishane Levy (son of reggae singer Barrington Levy) shares songwriting credits on the current UK number one single No Letting Go, recorded by British rapper Tinie Tempah and featuring singer Jesse Glynn.

The single is produced by Bless Beats.

No Letting Go topped the British pop chart on the weekend becoming the sixth number one single for Tinie Tempah.

In a post on his Instagram page, Levy lauded the team.

"Congrats to Tinie Tempah & Jess Glynne and well done to the entire team and family. My first number 1 as a writer, co-written along with Bless Beats & Jin Jin.....Big Up Unnu Self," the post read.

Levy, 21, (given name St Aubyn Antonio Levy) is from Christiana in Manchester. He currently resides in London and is signed to Atlantic Records UK.

The singer released his debut single Drunk and Incapable, featuring British singer Melissa Steel in October 2014. The track peaked at number 27 in the UK Singles chart.

Levy was included as one of BBC Radio 1Xtra's 'Hot For 2015' artistes.

No Letting Go is the lead single from Tinie Tempah's upcoming third studio album. It will also appear on the deluxe version of Glynne's debut album I Cry When I Laugh.

A rapper from South London, Tinie Tempah's debut album Disc-Overy was certified platinum in the UK, while his sophomore set Demonstration was certified gold. His hits include Children of the Sun, Pass Out and Written in the Stars.

British singer Jess Glynne, signed to Atlantic Records UK, is best known as the lead singer on Clean Bandit's chart-topping singles Rather Be and Real Love.

She also topped the British charts with her solo hit Hold My Hand, earlier this year.


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