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Album review: Naughty Boy – Hotel Cabana

2013 has been an impressive year for UK based producer, Shahid Khan, aka Naughty Boy. Not content with having the UK’s biggest selling track by a British artist in ‘La La La’, he has now dropped his highly anticipated debut album, Hotel Cabana. When we interviewed him

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Laki Mera – Turn All Memory to White Noise

One of the best things about growing up in Glasgow was the opportunity to immerse myself in one of the strongest musical heritages in the UK.  The Scottish Album of the Year award, recently awarded for the second time to RM Hubbert, shows that the quality of music coming …

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Interview: Naughty Boy

Naughty Boy is one of the UK’s most entertaining new talents. His number one single ‘La La La’, has clocked up over 47 million views on YouTube, and is the biggest selling single by a British artist this year. After taking a not so conventional route into the

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Interview: Delilah: ‘With album two, I’m hungry. I want to compete.’

The London born singer-songwriter on why she’d never trade places with good pal Rita Ora, the benefits of having Prince on speed dial – and why she turned down the chance to work with David Guetta…

Planet Notion: You saw good pals like Rita Ora and Emeli Sande’s fame explode

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News: BRITs 2013 Update

It just wouldn’t be a British February without the BRIT Awards gracing our screens and one of the ceremony’s most anticipated honours – particularly in music industry terms – is the Critics’ Choice Award; previous winners of which include Adele, Florence and, most recently, Emeli Sandé.

This year, the prestigious …

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Pop Musik #9

Well it seems that this past week, the Olympics have overshadowed everything, especially here in London. With musical performances by the Arctic Monkeys, Emeli Sandé and British institution Paul McCartney, the opening ceremony was a rich, vibrant, epic celebration of our culture and history and I think we were all …

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