The collection highlights the multi-million-selling career of an artist whose achievements range from urban ballads to anthemic mainstream pop.
Rising English singer-songwriter James Bay has celebrated being named the winner of the 2015 Critics’ Choice BRIT Award by announcing another London date.
The longlist in the BBC Sound Of 2015 poll has been unveiled. The title has previously been won by acts like Adele, Ellie Goulding, Jessie J and Sam Smith.
Ellie Goulding and John Newman have been announced for Taylor Swift’s Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park 2015 show on June 27.
The new Band Aid 30 version of ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas’ entered the UK chart at No. 1 yesterday (November 24) with downloads of 312,000.
Fresh from supporting Sam Smith on tour, emerging Californian artist Tori Kelly has reached one million YouTube subscribers.
The new Band Aid 30 recording and video of ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas’ has been given its debut broadcast on ‘The X Factor’ in the UK.
Bob Geldof and Midge Ure are organising a fourth incarnation of Band Aid’s ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas’ to raise funds for the fight against Ebola.
One of Virgin Records’ big prospects for 2015, James Bay, releases his debut single ‘Hold Back The River’ on November 23 in the UK.
The Spice Girls’ debut 1996 hit ‘Wannabe’ is the catchiest song ever, according to the results of a new online experiment.
18 years ago, seven weeks after a seven-week run at No. 1 with their debut UK smash ‘Wannabe,’ the Spice Girls had another with ‘Say You’ll Be There.'
This is girl talk. As long as people have written songs there have been songs written about the fairer sex, many have included a woman's name in the title.
‘Meet Me Halfway’ debuted on the Hot 100 on October 3, 2009 for the Black Eyed Peas, and went on to become their latest international No. 1.
Australian teenage artist Troye Sivan is amassing global fans by the million with his ‘Happy Little Pill’ single and video, and a No. 1 album on iTunes in his own country.
Lady Gaga Joins Queen is not a headline you’ll have seen coming, but it came true last night (August 27) in Sydney.
Amy Winehouse will survey her beloved Camden, with a specially-commissioned statue of the late singer to be unveiled by her family in north London.