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Consisting of Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards, Little Mix is without a doubt one of the hottest girl groups in the UK to date. Their captivatingly bubbly songs such as Black Magic, Shout Out To My Ex or Power have made it to the charts immediately and are doubtlessly one of the songs which are stuck into your head as soon as you hear them. To this date, the girl group have toured the world, collaborated with renowned artists such as Sean Paul and Missy Elliott
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Mollie King

Mollie King – mostly known for being a member of the chart-hitting British girl group The Saturdays – is not only a singer. Next to her love for music, the multi-talented power woman is also a presenter, model and former member of the British ski team. At the moment she is not only working on her solo career with a brand new single coming out soon, but will also be starring in the BBC TV show Strictly Come Dancing. We sat down with her for a chat about The Saturdays, getting ready for Strickly,
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Sasha Skin Deep premiere

Following on from her break out single Picking Flowers, North London artist Sasha has just dropped her new track, Skin Deep. We we managed to get our hands on it for the premiere here on 1883. The young songstress has had an exciting journey so far, touring with Frank Hamilton and performing at London’s Scala among others. Her new song, written independently and produced alongside long-time collaborator Scott Colcombe and released via indie collective Lemon Zen Records, showcases clear influen
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Amy Lawton Undone premiere

20-year old London-based singer Amy Lawton recently released her single ´Undone‘, and we have the official music video now exclusively premiering on here on 1883. Co-written by Matt Benbrook (Paolo Nutini, Jack Savofetti, Dido) and mastered by Pete Maher (U2, Lana Del Rey, Jack White), the new song showcases Amy’s incredible talent and declare that she has a promising future. Taking influence from the likes of early Taylor Swift, Suzanne Vega and Alanis Morrisette, the songstress has been pr
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#UMANewMusicPlaylist19

Summer is over but that doesn’t mean good music is! Here we run down our best picks from the last week, sit back and relax while listening to great tunes. Secret Rendezvous are an Amsterdam based duo, consisting of members Sietske Morsch and Remi Lauw. The pair met when they both studied pop music at the Conservatory in Rotterdam and formed the band Secret Rendezvous after graduating there. With exciting plans to release their upcoming second album, the duo are set to release the single ‘U Send
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WPGM Recommends: A$AP Rocky - At. Long. Last. A$AP (Album Review)

Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky has unveiled his long awaited sophomore album At. Long. Last. A$AP, one week before its official release date, debuting straight at #1 on the US Billboard Album charts. Born and raised in Harlem, New York, A$AP Rocky – real name Rakim Mayers – joined the A$AP Mob, a community of Harlem-based rappers, designers, directors or producers who share the same passion for the same music, art and lifestyle, at the age of 19. There he also met his, now deceased, mentor A$ap Yam
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WPGM Recommends: Jordan Bratton - Youth (EP Review)

Long Island native Jordan Bratton is kickstarting his summer with a new extended play titled Youth. The title ‘Youth’ seems to be just perfectly chosen as Bratton is only 20 years young and provides us with some fresh and energetic tracks on this record. In 2013, he released his first project called The Grey Area, and since then his life has been going upwards constantly – he got signed to the record label RCA and even went on tour with the Pennsylvanian R&B/Soul singer Jazmine Sullivan. His
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We Plug To You... Audrey Rose

Being called the little Alicia Keys because of her cover rendition of “Fallen” back in her teen years, newcomer Audrey Rose has finally shown us that she has a lot more in store than that. Audrey, whose real name is Natalie, grew up in New Jersey and is of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent. Her artist name was influenced by her mother Audrey, who died when Rose was only a four years old. From early childhood, it was her biggest dream to become a singer one day, and her dream obviously got f
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WPGM Recommends: Ciara - Jackie (Album Review)

Ciara has been in the music business for a very long time now. Starting off as a youngster with the Lil Jon-produced hit “Goodies” back in 2004 she has come a long way. With absolute bangers such as “Like A Boy” and “Promise”, she thoroughly worked herself up to the top of the R&B game. And it is safe to say that every time she has released a new album, it has sounded a bit more mature and different to the previous ones. After giving birth to a son and going through a rather tough break-up w

Afropunk: This year’s headliners | Pardon My Blog

Afropunk returns to London this weekend and we cannot wait. Celebrating black alternative culture, the two-day long festival is all about diversity and, most importantly, music. Already in the past years, Afropunk could boast with a solid line-up, and this year the selection of headliners certainly does not disappoint either. Let’s have a look at this years headliners! The name is programme. Having met via MySpace back in the day, Syd and Matt from The Internet eventually met a couple years af
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L Martin More Love

Taken off his recently released LP Growing Pains, L Martin steps back into the music game with his new single More Love, produced by Maschine Man Tim. Portraying his inner struggles and insecurities through his thoughtfully penned lyrics, the West-London based rapper speaks up for everyone who might have faced the same experiences in today’s ruthless society. The accompanied visuals, shot by Sean Maverick Wilson and Ian Upton, brilliantly showcases a sin city-oriented theme and hence perfectly
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leo suter

From starring in World War II film Music, War and Love together with Stellan Skarsgard and Stephen Dorf to appearing in Disney’s Maleficent and BBC’s Bad Education. British rising star actor Leo Suter is quickly making a name for self him in the industry. With Leo currently on our screens in the ITV smash drama series Victoria playing a security gay private secretary of the Prime Minister, we were lucky to find time to take him to a Soho pub to chat about guilty pleasure films, working with a-cl
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Kat Cunning Make U Say Acoustic premiere

Born-and- raised in the US state of Oregon, now New York-based all-round talent Kat Cunning has initially made her spot in the creative scene as a dancer. As time went on, she discovered her talent and passion for singing and acting while studying at Purchase Dance Conservatory. To this date she has starred as an actress both on and off-Broadway and gained enormous recognition from the likes of The New York Times and The Huffington Post. She recently released her single ‘Make U Say’, a soulful
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Kevin Richardson Backstreet Boys

Everybody, rock your body right – Backstreet’s back alright! We all have been, and to be honest still are, screaming our hearts out by singing along to the songs of the world’s most successful boyband, whether we would like to admit it or not. The Backstreet Boys have released some of the most classic hits the world has seen so far – for instance ‘I Want It That Way’, ‘Everybody’ and ‘Incomplete’, to only name but a few, are songs which will never go out of style and which will always see us bo
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Cherri V ft RoxXxan Swimming premiere

With the release date of her project ‘Brown Eyed Soul’ just around the corner, British singer Cherri V unveils the visuals for her new single ‘Swimming’, exclusively premiering on 1883 Magazine. Last year has seen great success for the soul-songstress, with her highly acclaimed singles ‘Without You’ and ‘Leave Me Be’ garnering huge support from key figures of the music scene, followed by a performance at the annual pre-MOBO Award show. The XVR BLCK-produced ‘Swimming’ represents a rather capti
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Big Tobz

Over the past years, East London-based artist Big Tobz has marked his spot in the music scene which led to him being named as ‘one to watch’ by major industry tastemakers such as Complex UK. Taking influence from a wide array of genres, ranging from Nigerian folk music to old-school Hip-Hop and UK Rap, he soon established his very own signature sound which quickly gained him an ever-growing fan base. After releasing a series of infectious songs such as the Drake-inspired ‘Controlla’ or party hy
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Trippie Redd on taking over the rap game at 18

Born and bred in the US State of Ohio, Trippie Redd has taken the rap scene by storm at just 18. After marking his spot early last year with the highly acclaimed mixtape A Love Letter To You, he swiftly followed up with A Love Letter To You 2, establishing himself firmly in the post-SoundCloud rap zeitgeist. Both releases garnered major praise and co-signs from leading industry heads, as well as the likes of Lil Wayne and Travis Scott, who the artists describes as his idols. What truly makes Tr

#UMANewMusicPlaylist29 | UMA Music

January is almost at its end, and it has without a doubt been a great first month of new music in 2018. Read below what songs stood out for us this week… After his release ‘Cold Dreams’ at the end of last year, North West London’s Stash Peso kickstarts the new year with a brand new song, featuring singer and frequent Too Rare To Die-collaborator AB Noire. While Peso once again managed to capture his genuine and candid wordplay and his outstanding singing and rapping skills underpinned by a rath
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Adam French

Born and raised in Congleton in North West England, singer-songwriter Adam French started making music from a young age. Following his move to London to focus on music full time, he today releases new EP Weightless which includes his latest single of the same name out now. We chat to the self-taught instrumentalist about his approach to writing, performing at Latitude and what to expect from the up coming EP. First of all, how did you get into music in the first place? I started playing music
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