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K Company founded by Universal Music and Sony Music is in talks with Channel 4, Virgin Media and ITV over potential partnerships Vevo: described by its chief executive Rio Caraeff as an 'integrated MTV' Vevo, the US music video website founded by two
The supposedly marginal, insular London grime scene keeps throwing up mainstream pop stars. In the wake of Dizzee Rascal and Tinie Tempah, 20-year-old Tottenham rapper Chipmunk, with a No 2 album and No 1 single already to his name, looks poised to
21 pm Ellie Goulding is fully aware that she needs to make as much noise in the United States as she did in her native United Kingdom. Impacting the U.S. music scene is the rightful next step for any import artist, and she's fine with it -- as long
www.jonathan-e.com In a warehouse, a bold experiment is taking place. This gritty urban space hired for the night by Lucozade is playing host to a performance that will harness for the first time the powers of boxing, rapping and pop-punk drumming.
It's no secret that the success of MCs like Dizzee Rascal, Tinchy Stryder, Tinie Tempah et al has inspired record labels to frantically snatch up as many of these underground stars as possible, with Wretch 32 being the latest kid on the block to be
London He has just had a top 5 hit with Traktor, and his new single, the Stone Roses-sampling Unorthodox, is No 2 in the iTunes chart. So it is not surprising that when Wretch 32 aka Jermaine Scott bounds on stage to a surging, anthemic soundtrack,
Loick Essien (No 1,008) In case you thought the mulchification of chart music could go no further, here comes this puree of modern pop The latest shiny cipher of cyber R&B .....The background: Good to have it confirmed that we weren't imagining
Nathan that rose to prominence back in 2005 with the release of his debut single Come Into My Room. But having spent the last few years working with talents including US producer extraordinaire Swizz Beatz, the British star now feels deserving of the
Award winner for Best Breakthrough Act and Best Single is set to take over America with his fusion of hip-hop and anthemic rock, R&B and drum n bass. Tinie Tempah got his start in the UK grime and Dubstep scene with his standout single, "Wifey,"
What the music industry needs now is love, love and cash Both EMI and Warner Music are in need of new owners that have robust balance sheets It may seem like an odd point to make in the week that the Glastonbury line-up is announced, but nobody cares