The Irish stars' much-anticipated 'Spectrum' comeback album is out tomorrow, 15 November.
The star's recordings were previously signed to indie Big Machine Records and distributed via Universal on a worldwide basis
Lady Gaga goes pocket-sized while Carpenters go bigger than ever in the best pop music gifts this holiday season has to offer.
Who doesn’t have a big, red, glowing soft spot for the best Christmas pop songs? Here’s a run down of the Christmas crackers you can’t do without.
Perry previously released a holiday song back in 2015 called ‘Every Day Is A Holiday’ in conjunction with retailers H&M.
Robyn has expanded her tour dates to include 11 European shows, in addition to her massive run of American dates to perform her new album 'Honey'.
Ariana Grande continues her hit parade, snagging her first ever No.1 solo hit on the Billboard 100 with her new breakup anthem, ‘Thank U, Next’.
The song marks the singer's triumphant return after a four year break from the spotlight.
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Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, the video continues the theme of showing Grande as a divine being, gliding through the chaos of daily life.
Camila Cabelo also won several awards and there were standout performances by Bebe Rexha, Spanish star Rosalía and host Hailee Steinfeld.
‘Thank U, Next’ is described as an “empowering” tune that name checks Grande's exes, including late boyfriend Mac Miller.
The new 'LADbible Presents Acoustic Room' involves capturing new artists through live acoustic sessions, intimate interviews and documentary footage.
Ariana Grande is taking her multiplatinum album Sweetener on the road, with the announcement of the first leg of the Sweetener World Tour.
'Close To Me' is the first new music from Ellie Goulding since her 2015 album 'Delirium' which saw her hit single ‘Love Me Like You Do’ viewed over 1.8 billion times.
Music magazines have long held a place in fans’ hearts. In an increasingly digital world, the likes of the sorely missed ‘Village Voice’ remain much-loved.