Sigala, David Guetta and Sam Ryder released their new single “Living Without You”. The song is composed by Bruce Fielder, David Guetta, Eddie Serifica, James Terence Murray, Janée Bennett, Joakim Jarl, Mustafa Omer and Tom Grennan.
Sam Ryder Robinson, or simply Sam Ryder, was born in 1989, in Maldon, the United Kingdom. He is a singer and songwriter.
His career dates back in 2009, when he worked as a singer and guitarist as a session player. He gained fame during the first lockdown in 2020, after posting TikTok videos, in which he covered songs. He soon signed with a record label and became the most followed British singer on TikTok.
In 2021, he released his debut EP “The Sun’s Gonna Rise”, that consisted five songs. Earlier this year, he was internally selected as the British representative for Eurovision.
His song “Space Man” was composed by Sam Ryder, Amy Wadge and Max Wolfgang. The entry managed to top the jury voting and place 2nd, after the addition of the televoting, with 466 points, making the best result for the country since 1998.
Bruce Fielder, or as he is better known by his stage name Sigala, was born on November 1, 1989, in England, the United Kingdom. He is a a DJ and music producer.
He started his career by being part of a number of bands, before starting writing songs for others. In 2015, he released his debut single “Easy Love”, which was globally charted and topped the UK charts. Today, he has released multiple singles and one studio album. He is currently working on his second one.
Pierre David Guetta, or simply David Guetta, was born on November 7, 1967, in Paris, France. He is an established DJ and music producer.
His career dates back in the ’80s, when he started preforming as DJ in French clubs. His first single as a lead artist came in 1990, but it wasn’t until the ’00s, that he started releasing music frequently. He has released multiple globally successful singles and has collaborated with many established artists.
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