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Wrapped Up

“Wrapped Up” is a song by English singer-songwriter Olly Murs, released as the lead single from his fourth studio album, Never Been Better (2014). It features American rapper Travie McCoy. The song was released on 16 November 2014 by Epic Records and Syco Music. It was written by Murs, McCoy, Steve Robson and Claude Kelly, and it was produced by Robson. The song was originally going to be called “Scandalous”.[citation needed]

The song premiered on 3 October 2014, in the United Kingdom on Capital FM and a lyric video was uploaded on Murs’s Vevo account the same day. On 23 October 2014, the song temporarily became available as an instant download upon pre-ordering Never Been Better, but was removed by iTunes in a matter of hours.

Up (Olly Murs song)

“Up” is a song by English singer Olly Murs, released on 1 December 2014 as the second single from his fourth studio album, Never Been Better (2014). It features American singer Demi Lovato and is also featured on the deluxe version of Lovato’s fourth album, Demi. It was written and produced by Daniel Davidsen, Peter Wallevik and Cutfather, with additional writing from Wayne Hector, and Maegan Cottone.

“Up” has peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart. It has also been certified Platinum in the UK for sales of over 600,000. Murs performed this song at his 2015 Never Been Better Tour with support act Ella Eyre singing Lovato’s lyrics.

Thinking of Me

“Thinking of Me” is a song by British singer Olly Murs, taken from his debut studio album, Olly Murs. It is written by Murs, Wayne Hector and Steve Robson, and was released as Murs’s second single on 19 November 2010. Murs performed it live on The X Factor on 21 November 2010. It became his second UK top 5 hit after the chart topping success of his debut, “Please Don’t Let Me Go”.

In 2009 Murs was runner-up in the sixth series of singing competition The X Factor, following which he was offered a joint record deal with Epic Records and Syco Music in February 2010.[2] Work then began on his debut album and “Thinking of Me” was written by Murs, Wayne Hector and Steve Robson.[3] It was reported that Professor Green would feature on the single,[4] however, the duet fell through before it was completed.[5] The single’s B-Side, “Sophie”, is a track written about one of Murs’ ex-girlfriends, with whom he had a messy break-up.[6] The song received its first airplay on BBC Radio 1 on 11 October 2010, following an interview with Murs on The Chris Moyles Show live from Darlington Civic Theatre. British pop group Dodgy claim that the single is similar to their song, “Good Enough”.[7]

Troublemaker (Olly Murs song)

“Troublemaker” is a song by British recording artist Olly Murs, released as the lead single from his third studio album, Right Place Right Time (2012). It features American rapper Flo Rida. “Troublemaker” was co-written by Murs, Steve Robson, Claude Kelly and Flo Rida, and was produced by Robson. The song premiered on 8 October 2012, in the United Kingdom on the Capital FM radio station and was made available to download on 12 October in certain international territories.

“Troublemaker” was a major commercial success. In the United Kingdom, the song debuted atop the UK Singles Chart, making it Murs’ fourth solo single to reach number one and his first to spend more than a week at the top spot. It also served as the closing song at Murs’s 2013 arena tour. As of November 2015, it is Murs’ biggest-selling single to date.

Thinking of Me

“Thinking of Me” is a song by British singer Olly Murs, taken from his debut studio album, Olly Murs. It is written by Murs, Wayne Hector and Steve Robson, and was released as Murs’s second single on 19 November 2010. Murs performed it live on The X Factor on 21 November 2010. It became his second UK top 5 hit after the chart topping success of his debut, “Please Don’t Let Me Go”.

In 2009 Murs was runner-up in the sixth series of singing competition The X Factor, following which he was offered a joint record deal with Epic Records and Syco Music in February 2010.[2] Work then began on his debut album and “Thinking of Me” was written by Murs, Wayne Hector and Steve Robson.[3] It was reported that Professor Green would feature on the single,[4] however, the duet fell through before it was completed.[5] The single’s B-Side, “Sophie”, is a track written about one of Murs’ ex-girlfriends, with whom he had a messy break-up.[6] The song received its first airplay on BBC Radio 1 on 11 October 2010, following an interview with Murs on The Chris Moyles Show live from Darlington Civic Theatre. British pop group Dodgy claim that the single is similar to their song, “Good Enough”.[7]

Seasons (Olly Murs song)

“Seasons” is the third single by English singer-songwriter Olly Murs from his fourth studio album Never Been Better (2014) and was released on 27 March 2015. The song was co-written and co-produced by OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder. Murs announced on his Twitter account that “Seasons” would be the third single from Never Been Better on 10 February 2015.

The music video to “Seasons” was uploaded on Murs’s Vevo account on 16 March 2015. The video features Murs’s trying to win back his girlfriend after she catches him in bed with another woman. She rejects this at first but at the end of the video, she and Murs get back together.

Murs has performed “Seasons” on the quarter-final of the fourth series of The Voice UK and on The Jonathan Ross Show. He also performed it on Sunday Night at the Palladium.

Right Place Right Time (song)

“Right Place Right Time” is a song by English singer-songwriter Olly Murs. It was released in the United Kingdom on 25 August 2013 as the fourth single from his album of the same name.[1] The song was written by Murs, Claude Kelly, Steve Robson and produced by Robson. The track reached #27 in the UK Top 40 making it Murs’s second lowest charting single, and his second not to hit the top 20, after “Busy”, which reached #45 in 2011.

Please Don’t Let Me Go

“Please Don’t Let Me Go” is a song by British singer Olly Murs. Written by Murs, Claude Kelly and Steve Robson, the song served as the lead single from the X Factor runner-up’s eponymous debut album and it was his debut single. The song was released as a digital download in the United Kingdom on 29 August 2010, where it debuted at number-one on the singles chart; also peaking at number five in Ireland. The song was nominated at the 2011 BRIT Awards for Best British Single, but lost out to Tinie Tempah for his song “Pass Out”.

Oh My Goodness

“Oh My Goodness” is a song by English singer-songwriter Olly Murs, from his second studio album, In Case You Didn’t Know (2011). Written by Murs, Adam Argyle and Martin Brammer, it was released as the album’s third and final single on 1 April 2012 and became Murs’s sixth UK top-20 hit, reaching a peak of number 13.

Murs wrote the song with Argyle and Brammer after being inspired by seeing an attractive girl whilst on a lunch break from recording sessions for the In Case You Didn’t Know album in summer 2011, and the song tells the story of a man who falls in love with a girl at first sight, and that his lack of rationale does not matter to him as he is “dreaming of a life that anybody else would die for”. In an interview with Channel 4 music show Freshly Squeezed, Murs added: ‘It’s kind of about love at first sight, really. That moment when you see a really attractive girl, and the video reflects that with the storyline.'[1] A short instrumental of the song’s chorus acts as the theme tune to his ITV2 documentary series Olly: Life on Murs.

Kiss Me (Olly Murs song)

“Kiss Me” is a song recorded by English singer Olly Murs for Never Been Better: Special Edition (2015), the reissue of his fourth studio album, Never Been Better (2014). It was written by Murs, Zacharie Raymond, Yannick Rastogi, Steve Robson, Gary Derussy, Lindy Robbins and singer Taio Cruz, whilst the production was done by Raymond, Rastogi, Banx & Ranx and Robson. It was digitally released on 9 October 2015, followed by a release of two remixes, an acoustic and a karaoke version of the song in a span of a month.

Heart Skips a Beat

“Heart Skips a Beat” is a song by English singer-songwriter Olly Murs, taken from his second studio album, In Case You Didn’t Know. The song features vocals from English hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks, and was released as the album’s lead single on 19 August 2011. It was written by Alex Smith, Preston, Kish Mauve and Rizzle Kicks. In the United Kingdom, the song debuted at number one with first-week sales of over 109,000 copies, becoming his second number-one single.[1] It also served as the closing song at Murs’ 2012 arena tour.

The song achieved further success topping the charts in Germany and Switzerland, until it was overtaken by Murs’ 2012 single “Troublemaker”. The song has charted at number six in Ireland, becoming his second highest-charting single in the country at the time. The song gave Murs his second consecutive nomination for “Best British Single” at the 2012 BRIT Awards, after “Please Don’t Let Me Go” was nominated at the 2011 ceremony. The track was released as Murs’ debut single in the United States on 22 May 2012. The track has been remixed for the American market, removing Rizzle Kicks and including a new verse from Chiddy Bang.[2] It entered the Billboard Hot 100 at #96, and managed to peak at #25 on the Pop chart.

Heart Skips a Beat

“Heart Skips a Beat” is a song by English singer-songwriter Olly Murs, taken from his second studio album, In Case You Didn’t Know. The song features vocals from English hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks, and was released as the album’s lead single on 19 August 2011. It was written by Alex Smith, Preston, Kish Mauve and Rizzle Kicks. In the United Kingdom, the song debuted at number one with first-week sales of over 109,000 copies, becoming his second number-one single.[1] It also served as the closing song at Murs’ 2012 arena tour.

The song achieved further success topping the charts in Germany and Switzerland, until it was overtaken by Murs’ 2012 single “Troublemaker”. The song has charted at number six in Ireland, becoming his second highest-charting single in the country at the time. The song gave Murs his second consecutive nomination for “Best British Single” at the 2012 BRIT Awards, after “Please Don’t Let Me Go” was nominated at the 2011 ceremony. The track was released as Murs’ debut single in the United States on 22 May 2012. The track has been remixed for the American market, removing Rizzle Kicks and including a new verse from Chiddy Bang.[2] It entered the Billboard Hot 100 at #96, and managed to peak at #25 on the Pop chart.

Dear Darlin’

“Dear Darlin'” is a song by English recording artist Olly Murs, from his third studio album, Right Place Right Time (2012). The song was released as the third single from the album on 26 May 2013. It was co-written by Murs, Ed Drewett and Jim Eliot. Drewett and Eliot also co-produced the song.

The song reached number five on the UK Singles Chart. On 2 September 2013, Murs released a new version of the song for its release in France which featured French vocals from singer Alizée, and was later included on the Special Edition of the album.

Dance with Me Tonight

“Dance with Me Tonight” is a single by English singer-songwriter Olly Murs, taken from his second studio album, In Case You Didn’t Know. It was released as the album’s second single on 18 November 2011 and was written by Murs, Claude Kelly and Steve Robson.

The song stayed at number two in the UK for two consecutive weeks before finally giving Murs his third UK number-one single in December 2011. The track was released as the album’s third single across Europe in November 2012, and as with his previous European single “Oh My Goodness” will receive a CD release that was absent in the UK. In August 2013 a new version of the song was released as the third single from the US version of Right Place, Right Time.

Busy (Olly Murs song)

“Busy” is a song performed by British singer-songwriter Olly Murs, taken from his debut studio album, Olly Murs. It was written by Murs, Adam Argyle, Martin Brammer, and was released as the fourth and final single from the album on 27 May 2011. It was his second, and last single to date, to not be accompanied by a physical CD single. The song was Murs’ first and so far only single release to fail to reach the UK Top 40.

The song was co-written by Murs, along with Adam Argyle and Martin Brammer, for his debut album, Olly Murs.[1] The single was released featuring two B-sides, new song “Takes a Lot”, and an acoustic version of “Please Don’t Let Me Go”.[1] The song instrumental was used as a backing track for Marks & Spencer food adverts from the year of release to May 2013 and as the theme tune to the BBC One sitcom Me and Mrs Jones.

The single’s release fell right in the middle of Murs’ first ever theatre tour, so promotion, as with his previous release, was limited. The song was performed at Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Carlisle on 15 May 2011, on Paul O’Grady Live on 27 May 2011, and on This Morning on 2 ‘June 2011.

Beautiful to Me (Olly Murs song)

“Beautiful to Me” is a song performed by English singer-songwriter Olly Murs. It was released as a digital download on 28 May 2015 through Epic Records and Syco as the fourth single from his fourth studio album, Never Been Better (2014). The song peaked to number 93 on the UK Singles Chart. It was written by Olly Murs, Martin Johnson, Steve Robson and Sam Hollander.

A music video to accompany the release of “Beautiful to Me” was first released onto YouTube on 27 May 2015 at a total length of four minutes and two seconds.[1] Due to tour commitments, Murs was unable to make a full apperance in the video and was only able to make a small cameo appearance.
The plot of the video is about two childhood friends who appear to have feelings for each other but can’t admit it.

The video sees a teenage boy and girl sitting outside their headteacher’s office where they smile and laugh to one another before the headteacher’s door opens. The two friends are next seen outside their school smoking before running off. The next scene sees the two sitting next to each other on a bench during a school dance, where the boy is approached by another girl to be his dance partner. The boy is reluctant to do so, but is convinced by his friend to dance with the other girl.
The next seen takes place years later where the girl is in a club waiting for someone whilst Murs sings in the background. The girl gives up on waiting and leaves to visit the boy and they talk. As the boy makes tea, the girl gets a phone call (presumably from the person she was waiting for in the club) and leaves after saying goodbye to the boy.

The girl is next seen in a wedding shop and gazes at her wedding dress. Meanwhile, the boy is at home looking at an invite to the girl’s wedding and starts to think back to their earlier days. He tears up the invite and leaves his house, only to see the girl in front of him wearing her wedding dress and smiles to him, having decided to be with the boy rather than her husband-to-be.

Army of Two (Olly Murs song)

“Army of Two” is a song by English recording artist Olly Murs, from his third studio album, Right Place Right Time (2012). The song was released as the second single from the album on 10 March 2013. “Army of Two” was co-written by Murs, Wayne Hector, Iyiola Babalola, Darren Lewis and was produced by Future Cut.

“Army of Two” is the opening track on Right Place Right Time, and in its original form on the album is almost five minutes in length. The radio mix of the single is about a minute shorter, with a more condensed sounding ending than the album version. Murs wrote the song as a tribute to his fans, who he affectionately refers to as the ‘Murs Army’ (hence the title of the song). It also served as the opening song on his UK and Ireland arena tour for the album in March 2013.

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