Don’t Call Me Up Mabel

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” Don’t Call Me Up ” is by Mabel ( Mabel Alabama Pearl McVey ), the British singer and songwriter.
She was born in Málaga, Spain and raised in London England. Mabel is the daughter of Neneh Cherry, who had hit singles with ” Buffalo Stance “, ” Manchild ” and ” 7 Seconds “, a collaboration with Youssou N’Dour, the Senegalese singer-songwriter and composer.
Mabel’s father is British singer, songwriter and music producer Cameron McVey. He has worked with Massive Attack, Portishead, All Saints and the Sugababes.
” Don’t Call Me Up ” was released on the 18th of January 2019 under the record label Polydor, part of the Universal Music Group.
It was written by Mabel McVey, Camille Purcell and Steve Mac, who also produced the track. Steve Mac is a British musician, songwriter and record producer.
In 2013 he received the ASCAP ( The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers ) Songwriter of The Year Award for his work which included co-writing ” Glad You Came “, a UK Singles Chart topper and Billboard Hot 100 number three single by British-Irish boy band The Wanted.
He has worked with many artists including Demi Lovato, Shakira, One Direction, Westlife, Kelly Clarkson, Leona Lewis, The Saturdays, Rita Ora and James Blunt.
The song was taken as the lead single from the 2019 version of Ivy to Roses. Originally released as her debut mixtape on the 13th of October 2017, Ivy to Roses was re-issued on the 18th of January 2019.
The original 2017 mixtape contained nine tracks, including her UK Singles Chart number eight ” Finders Keepers “. The 2019 re-issue features fifteen tracks including the UK Platinum, ” My Lover “.
Ivy to Roses entered the UK Albums Chart on the 18th of October 2018 and peaked at number twenty-eight. To date, it has spent five weeks in the Top Forty and fourteen weeks in the Top 100.
In Ireland, it reached number fifty-eight on the IRMA chart ( The Irish Recorded Music Association ).
” Don’t Call Me Up “, a bouncy pop, breakup track, was written in one day. The lyrics are based on an experience from Mabel’s own love life. However she has stated that the lyrics are not directed at anyone in particular; instead, it’s about breakups generally.
The song has received mostly positive reviews from the music press. In his review for Clash magazine, Robin Murray called it a ” pop banger. ” He commented on the ” surging vocal, and the addictive, nuanced songwriting, combining to provide perhaps her most potent pop moment yet. ” Michael Cragg, writing for the online version of British newspaper The Guardian, wasn’t quite so enthusiastic. In his tracks of the weeks reviewed column, he said it was ” a song so risk-free it rips Shape of You’s plinky-plonky beat and features the lyric ‘ in da club ‘.”
Despite the mixed reception from music critics, ” Don’t Call Me Up ” has become a commercial success for Mabel.
In the United States, the single peaked at number thirty-seven on the 16th of March 2019 and to date has spent one week on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40.
In the United Kingdom, the single entered the UK Singles Chart on the 31st of January 2019 at number eleven. It has climbed to peak at three.
At the time of writing, the single has spent six weeks in the Top Ten and seven weeks in the Top 100.
Elsewhere, ” Don’t Call Me Up ” has reached the Top forty in Belgium ( Wallonia ), Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Scotland, Switzerland and New Zealand. The single topped the Ultratip chart in Flanders, Belgium.

( Chart positions are approx, the song may move up or down on the chart )

BillBoard Hot 100 Highest Chart Position: N/A

UK Highest Chart Position: 3

Official Website: Mabelofficial.com

FaceBook Page: Facebook.com/mabelmcvey 

Twitter: Twitter.com/MabelMcvey

Wikipedia Page: Wikipedia.org/Mabel

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