Harry Byart aka Fugative explains: Last year I signed to Notting Hill Publishing as a writer/producer and artist, they sent me Abi's track saying they wanted me to feature on it, so I recorded the verse, and here we are in Majorca. I've been songwriting since I was about seven been around music all my life, I got into it cos my mum managed Marvin Gaye when he was in Belgium so I was always in the studios with her and I just fell in love with the whole concept, writing songs, producing and as an artist as well. I've been busy building up my fan base; I've got Wembley next month and a few big festivals this year; I begin shooting my next video next week. Abi did you write this latest single? Yeah, I wrote it with my co-writer Sam Gray, he's really good, he usually does acoustic tracks, but he's helping me with the backing track and the lyrics. You started out as a singer, so how did you get the part in Hollyoaks? I wrote a song called Missing You' and sent it to the Hollyoaks production team, they used it in the show then asked me to audition for a part, I didn't think I'd get it, so I was quite chilled about it, but then I was wow, when I got it. My life has changed quite a bit, because I've had to move to Liverpool where we film the show. I do get a bit homesick, I never thought I'd miss Birmingham, but I do and my Dad too. Abi and Fugative's collaboration is without doubt an inspirational decision; they are certainly happily at ease with each other.
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