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UK’s Hatty Keane delivers drops a new track Digital Love. Her vocals are pretty powerful. She says the song is playing second fiddle in a relationship to the Digital age. The Michael King repped artist has tastemaker support from the likes of Spotify, Clash Magazine, Buzz Music and Celebmix.  She’s on 14+ Spotify playlists including Buzz Music. Moreover, she was flown to Israel by Forbes Magazine to perform at their biggest event of the year.

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Nothing is stopping Kanye. His new album has launched into outer-space. Every single track on Kanye West’s “Jesus Is King” album have landed a spot on the Hot 100 this week, according to Billboard. The album launched at number 1 with 264,000 equivalent album units.

The track “Follow God” leads the Hot 100 at number 7, while “Closed On Sunday” sits at number 17.

This also marks the first time Kanye landed on Billboard’s religious charts reaching No.1 on both the Top Christian Albums and Top Gospel Albums.

West re-committed himself to Christianity and has kept his loyal fanbase. He also has dominated the national conversation with culture and politics. Moreover, Jesus Is King deviates from his previous releases, as the album is gospel-themed and contains no cursing.

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Watch out for Nashville based singer-songwriter Madison Kozak. She just dropped the country flavored Little Bit Of You via Songs & Daughters / Big Loud Records. The 22-year-old Canadian native also released the video for the song which was written with Tofer Brown (Britt Nicole) and Claire Douglas.  The recent Belmont University graduate just wrapped up a show at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville and a  high-profile acoustic gig at Live In The Vineyard in Napa Valley, CA.
Spotify Monthly Listeners: 35,395
Youtube Subscribers: 7k
YouTube Channel Views: 3M
Playlists: CMT, CMA, Pure Country

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Dua Lipa is on a new promo run as she prepares to drop her second album. She made some headlines within the last 24 hours as she ripped the effects of social media on interview with BBC. She says it’s a breeding ground for hate and that she often searches for negative comments on her vulnerable days.

“Some days I don’t read into the comments, some days maybe I feel a little bit more vulnerable and I dive in and I almost go looking for things that I don’t want to see,” say Lipa. She also says that she takes social media in “bite sizes” in order to manage her anxiety. “Social media can be such an amazing tool, and it can be so fun to share things but at the same time it’s almost like a breeding ground for hate and anxiety,” she said.

Social media would be happier place if everyone followed Ed Sheeran’s advice – ‘Be nice to everyone, always smile, and appreciate things because it could all be gone tomorrow.’

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A one-off special issue of Smash Hits Mag will be distributed to central London Underground stations on November 4th in partnership with the West End launch of new musical & Juliet, which features the music of songwriter-producer Max Martin. The mini issue will include a feature on Max Martin as well as interviews with NSYNC and Britney Spears. The show feature songs from Backstreet Boys, Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears and Katy Perry.

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