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CeeLo Green schedules release date for new album "Heart Blanche"

CeeLo Green has scheduled the date for his upcoming album.

The singer, songwriter and record producer – real name Thomas Callaway – will release “Heart Blanche” on November 13 through Atlantic Records. 69 more words

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Charlie Puth confirms debut album "Nine Track Mind"

Charlie Puth has announced the title for his upcoming debut album.

The singer, songwriter and record producer – real name Charles Otto Puth Jr. – christened his first studio collection “Nine Track Mind” and will release it on November 6 through Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records. 86 more words

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Blonde drafts Karen Harding for new single "Feel Good"

Blonde have announced the title for their new single.

The British deep house production duo – consisting of Jacob Manson and Adam Englefield – christened “Feel Good” as the next promotional cut from their upcoming debut album under Warner Music Group / Parlophone Records. 86 more words

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Jess Glynne enlists Knox Brown for new track "Why Me"

Jess Glynne has debuted a new song online.

The British singer/songwriter posted the audio clip for “Why Me” to her official SoundCloud channel on Friday (July 31, 2015). 112 more words

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Rudimental reunites with Will Heard for new song "I Will for Love"

Rudimental have debuted a new song online.

The British drum and bass group – consisting of members Piers Agget, Kesi Dryden, DJ Locksmith and Amir Amor – posted the “I Will for Love” to their official YouTube channel on Wednesday (July 29, 2015). 93 more words

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Lianne La Havas shares new song "Tokyo"

Lianne La Havas has shared a new song online.

The British singer/songwriter – real name Lianne Charlotte Barnes – posted the audio clip for “Tokyo” to her YouTube channel on Tuesday (July 28, 2015). 77 more words

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Filmmakers Claim To Have Conclusive Proof Against "Happy Birthday" Copyright Claim

“Happy Birthday” (aka “Happy Birthday To You”) may be sung millions of times a day at birthday bashes around the world, but putting it in a movie or recording a version of the brief ditty will set you back some money for royalties to Warner Music Group, which has long claimed to hold the copyright for the song. 489 more words