In the new edition of UK music industry trade paper ‘Music Week’, there is a small part talking a little about Britney Spears’ new album and one of its producer. They say, “Beyond his S Club hits, Solomon, who is published by Rondor and managed by Adrian Adams of Artists and Media in Los Angeles…. has two cuts on the forthcoming Britney Spears album, which were mixed last week by Spike Stent. ‘One is called Stay, which sounds like Massive Attack meets Coldplay meets Britney’ he says. ‘It will surprise alot of people’. His other Spears collaboration is a track called Touch Of My Hand. ‘It has an old beatbox vibe with all these ambient sounds on top and a Middle East kind of feeling,’ he says.