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Rihanna 'proud' to be given new ambassador role in Barbados
The singer has been given the special role in her native Barbados, where she will promote education, tourism and investment. Go Rihanna! Read more... 

Mercury Prize: Wolf Alice scoop the award
Wolf Alice have won the 27th annual Mercury Prize for their album Visions Of A Life, and necked a few Jägerbombs in the process. Read more...

Robyn announces Honey
Fans of Robyn, rejoice! Her new album, Honey, will be released in October. It’s been a whopping eight years since 2010’s hit album Body Talk. About time! Read more...

Aretha Franklin: The Exhibit
'Think: A Tribute To The Queen of Soul' will take place in Detroit until early next year, celebrating her legacy. Read more...

Lily Allen: “Where are The Clash?”
Lily Allen has spoken about the state of music and politics at the Mercury Prize, “I don’t know where The Clash is and I don’t know where The Sex Pistols are… but Nadine Shah is doing it.” Read more...

Imogen Heap’s Harry Potter album to be released
Heap’s score for the ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ stage play will be given an official soundtrack release. Wands ready! Read more...

Faithfull, Cave and The Gypsy Faerie Queen
Marianne Faithfull’s new single will feature Nick Cave, ‘The Gypsie Faerie Queen’ is taken from her forthcoming studio album Negative Capability. Read more... 

Rihanna: Women are “The strongest people on Earth”
Rihanna focused on female empowerment at the launch of her ‘Savage x Fenty’ AW18 collection at the 2018 New York Fashion Week. Read more... 

Sia and Dolly, together at last
The legendary Dolly Parton has teamed up with pop megastar Sia to record a track on the forthcoming Dumplin’ movie soundtrack. Sounds delicious! Read more... 

Missy Elliott and the 'funky white sister'
Mary Halsey became an internet sensation when she was recorded performing Missy’s hit song ‘Work It.’ Now the two have performed together. Work it, ladies. Read more... 
 

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