Morphosis presented his solo début single, "More than you'll ever know", then "Kiss me quick" and finally "Over and over again" (click on titles to be redirected). British recording artist Nathan Sykes, 23, is now back with a slick and soulful new single entitled "Give it up" (ft. American buzzy rapper Gerald Earl Gillum aka G-Eazy to boost the radio-friendly factor) due out May 13th, 2016. In case it sounds a bit familiar, it’s because the funked-up track actually samples Blackstreet‘s R&B hit "Don’t leave me". Directed by Michael Baldwin at ME London Hotel, the accompanying video has been banned from television after featuring numerous scenes which came across unsuitable for most audiences. "It’s just about getting someone into bed really", said the singer. "I’m not going to beat around the bush ! It does what it says on the tin. I think it’s quite unexpected for me", he continued. "I mean, it’s not explicit or anything like that. I’ve obviously tried to keep an element of class to it". Nathan Sykes recently promised that his first solo album would be out by the fall this year.