For the first episode, gonna share some of the tracks from 2016 that you may or may not know and some cool new stuff too.
here) released Human. Born in the U.K., Rory Graham took on the name Rag 'N' Bone as the MC for his original drum and bass band in Uckfield, East Sussex, England after watching repeats of the 70s British sitcom Steptoe and Son. Human hit #1 in Austria, Germany, Belgium and Switzerland and has been certified Gold in Germany, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands. Very little terrestrial radio play in America. In March 2017 by his debut album will be released.
You are going to like New Zealand’s Amy Shark. (official link here) Her latest single is “Adore.” In 2016 Amy won her first Queensland Music Award, taking the Best Pop Song for her song 'Golden Fleece'.
"Castles on the Hill"
Ed Sheeran, from Halifax, Yorkshire released the single "Castle On The Hill" on January 13. The single debuted at number two on the UK Singles Chart, selling over 193,000 copies in its first week. 1/13-1/20. Sheeran also debuted at number one with "Shape Of You", making him the only artist in UK chart history to debut in the top two positions."Castle On The Hill" also debuted at No. 1 on the Scottish Singles Chart behind "Shape Of You". The theme of the single surrounds Sheeran's home town of Framlingham, and he reminisces tales of 'smoking hand-rolled cigarettes' and getting 'drunk with friends' at this place. The castle mentioned in the song is Framlingham Castle, and in January 2017, Sheeran was invited to perform at the Castle. Ed's new album "Divide" (here) will be released in March.
“The Weeknd (official site here) born; Abel Makkonen Tesfaye is the only child of Makkonen and Samra Tesfaye, who were Ethiopian migrants to Canada in the 1980s. "Starboy" was recorded by the Canadian singer for his third studio album of the same name. It features French electronic duo Daft Punk and was written by the trio and produced by Daft Punk and co-produced by The Weeknd. Daft Punk was a staple artists on UPOP. "Starboy" topped the charts in countries such as Canada, France, Netherlands, New Zealand and Sweden.
"Move Your Body"