Dubai-based British singer-songwriter Saffron Collins released her latest single, “Green,” this weekend. The track is a result of the 17-year-old’s recent trip to Red Bull Studios Auckland where she collaborated with New Zealand musician-producer High Hoops (Jordan Arts) on two songs, including “Green.”
The acoustic track is set to a double-time jazz beat created by Arts, over which Collins played guitar and bass. Collins describes the sound as “like an Eighties disco track” and told Red Bull she wrote it about her previous school, where she “never really fit in.”
- The UAE-based fashion designer and blogger talks hard work, empowerment and unicorns
- Saudi social media star Tamara Al-Gabbani has more than 170,000 followers on Instagram
I love to work hard, so my demanding schedule suits me. No two days are the same, plus I travel a lot, so every day is a little adventure — a challenging adventure I’m grateful for and gives me the beautiful opportunity to help those less fortunate.
No, this is not a new Peggy Porschen branch, this is Tania’s Teahouse, the latest tea-themed café in Dubai.
It seems like Dubai will have a game-changer in the hospitality industry, with in-house-cinemas being the new trend in hotels.
- Our pick of who and what to see at MEFCC 2018
- Hollywood celebrities and manga workshops make this a not-to-be-missed event
- The Middle East Film and Comic Con kicks off on Thursday and there is oh-s-much to see and do at the event.
Arabic pop-rock band Adonis will perform at Industrial Avenue in the Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort on April 6.
The four-piece, led by frontman Anthony Khoury, formed in 2011 and have since established themselves as one of the most popular independent bands in the Arab music scene.