The nation’s sweetheart JOE McELDERRY returns to the airwaves to beat the January blues with his kiss-off hit, BABY HAD YOUR FUN. Taking cues from the almighty FLEETWOOD MAC, this new song brings country to disco, proving that McElderry has what it takes to build on his lockdown momentum and provide the fun-filled anthem we all need.
It’s the end of the year, which means it’s time for some lists. Best albums of 2020, the songs that got us through this awful year – but how about looking forward? We’d like to leave this year behind us and look forward to the future, to an artist who has begun making waves on the pop scene, and is looking to be one of the essential names on the UK pop scene, very very soon…
You may think you’ve heard this Christmas favourite before, but you’ve not heard it like this.
As re-imagined by country superstars for KING & COUNTRY (over one and a half billion global streams and an airplay audience of more than five billion can’t be wrong!), Little Drummer Boy takes on a dramatic, epic quality all its own.
The Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square, Selfridge’s for shopping, cocktails in Mayfair, the chimes of Big Ben from a boat trip on the Thames, a West End show, a midnight spin on the London Eye, passing out in front of The Holiday after three bottles of Baileys…this is Christmas, Limahl-style. (OK, one of those may not be true.)
International recording artist Zoe Scott has stepped into the world of Bossa Nova with her debut album ‘Shades Of Love’. Produced by Moogie Canazio who is known for his all analogue-recording style, Zoe Scott wanted to take songs that meant something personally to her whilst paying homage to the genre.