It’s been a couple of years since we’ve heard from the Ting Tings and last time we saw them, they didn’t appear to be themselves. 2012’s Sounds From Nowheresville had all the hallmarks of a difficult second album, jumping around like an iPod on shuffle. Jules de Martino had peroxide hair, a beard and sunglasses whilst Katie White hid behind big hair. The duo looked tired and a bit out of sorts. What had happened since the wild success of We Started Nothing and being hailed as the next big thing?
The female rapper Rah Digga has spoken out against Iggy Azalea saying that she's fake. Reported on E! Magazine the former Flipmode Squad emcee said "I can't really get into her. Because it's just not real to me," then continued to diss the Black Widow singer while speaking on ThisIs50 radio, adding: "Teach me Australian Hip-Hop culture.
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Earlier this year, New Zealand singer Ella Yelich-O'Connor – AKA Lorde – won two Grammys, including best song for the sleeper hit Royals and – almost – topped Triple J’s Hottest 100 (her song Royals came in at number two, Tennis Court at number 12 and Team at 15).
“Lorde is indie – original and authentic. Miley and her ilk are not.” Paul Buck/EPA
Next month marks a return to the spotlight for P!nk. In a different direction from what fans are used to, real name Alecia Moore has turned to folk and teamed up with the artist City & Colour, aka Dallas Green.
The support acts for Heather's 'The Thin Line' tour have finally been announced.
The singer ran a competition for people to nominate acts they wanted to support her but it was down to the lady herself to pick out the winner for each night. Yesterday, she thanked all the artists who had entered while announcing the following: