Hotel Cabana is the debut studio album by British record producer Shahid "Naughty Boy" Khan, released on 23 August 2013 through Naughty Boy Recordings and Virgin EMI. After quitting a degree in Business and Marketing in the early 2000s, Naughty Boy worked a number of jobs while producing music as a hobby; he slowly scaled up production, particularly boosted by winning £44,000 on Channel 4's Deal or No Deal. After signing a publishing deal with Sony ATV and a record deal with Virgin Records (now Virgin EMI), Khan set up his Naughty Boy Productions record and production company. He would find his break by producing Chipmunk's 2009 top-ten single "Diamond Rings", featuring a then unknown Emeli Sandé. Naughty Boy released his own debut single as a signed artist in 2010, "Never Be Your Woman" featured British grime artist Wiley and Sandé on the chorus; it reached top-ten in the UK and is included as a bonus track on Hotel Cabana. The collaboration marked the start of a partnership between Naughty Boy and Sandé which is seen throughout Hotel Cabana and Sandé's debut set, Our Version of Events (2012). Hotel Cabana a pop record, with strong influences from orchestral and Bollywood music. Described by the producer as an audio-visual experience, Hotel Cabana is a concept album, based around a luxury hotel where musicians come to perform. Aside from eight collaborations with Sandé, the album also features contributions from musicians and artists such George the Poet, Sam Smith, Emeli Sandé, Bastille, Tinie Tempah, Wiz Khalifa, Ella Eyre, Gabrielle, Wretch 32, Mic Righteous, Maiday, Chasing Grace and Ed Sheeran. Hotel Cabana is preceded by the release of several singles, which were both critically and commercially successful; it includes two-top ten singles "Wonder" (featuring Sandé), and the UK chart topper, "La La La" (featuring Smith) as well as a second Sandé collaboration titled "Lifted".