We’re well and truly into awards season, with the 61st Grammy Awards just around the corner, and who better to host than R&B legend Alicia Keys? The 15-time Grammy winner will be bringing good vibes and big energy as she takes to the stage as master of ceremonies.
The Grammys will also see some seriously big names hit the stage to perform their hits of the year, including Grammy nominees Shawn Mendes and Post Malone, who will both be vying for the Song of the Year award.
Award season continues with the Brit Awards heading our way, and many of our faves have scooped up the nominations! Florence + The Machine have their eye on British Album Of The Year, Sam Smith is looking like a shoo-in for British Male Solo Artist, Dua Lipa looks good to take home both British Single and British Video of the year, and we’re feeling good about Arctic Monkey’s nomination for British Group. We’ll have our tea and crumpets ready and raring to go for the Brit Awards on February 21st!
Rocking With The Stars
We always knew he was a star, but now his song is amongst them! Queen’s lead guitarist and astrophysicist, Brian May, unveiled his first solo song in more than two decades, “New Horizons”.
The song, featuring Stephen Hawking’s voice, was beamed into space from the NASA control centre in Maryland, US. It takes a lot to overwhelm a man who has sold 300 million records and played in front of 250,000 fans – but space has done it!
An unlikely duo have joined forces to create ‘Electrico Romantico’. Robbie Williams has teamed up with Bob Sinclar. You may remember him from such hits as “Love Generation” and “World, Hold On”. We have their children to thank for this awesome collab!
“This piece was born thanks to the fact that our children attend the same school. We met at a party in Los Angeles, and then in the studio in London, to sing together.” Stay in school, kids!