They're not household names. After the British soul singer topped the U. Now Newman is ready for a stateside takeover. His first full-length LP, "Tribute," hit U. Look for this talented vocalist's following to multiply in the coming months, as he plots more U. Twigs is trained in ballet she served as a backup dancer in Jessie J's "Do It Like a Dude" video and though her focus is on music now, her overall artistic eye has led to thought-provoking music videos , stunning magazine covers , and a refreshing, Grimes-like outsider perspective to her music.
More from Music
From Nashville to Portland to Sweden — we found the bands and artists you need to hear before they get big. The Purple One himself heard Birch playing piano at a Los Angeles hotel and invited her back to his house to jam. While Drowners may be Brooklyn-based, they are unabashedly Brit-pop in flavor, even taking their name from a Suede song. While the band is a recent signee to the Frenchkiss label — and have yet to release a full-length album — their singles reflect a playful, poppy garage-rock sensibility with a retro vibe and summery feel — think: Arctic Monkeys or The Strokes. While their debut LP drops January 28th, the tracks are sure to be in heavy rotation with the return of warm weather. Caitlin Rose has a voice that recalls some of the country greats who no longer need last names, women like Loretta and Patsy and Lucinda. That probably came as no surprise to anyone who heard his debut mixtape, Acid Rap , which is available as a free download. This may have been a big year for Chance born Chancellor Bennett — but is shaping up to be even bigger.
Official charts most streamed artists 2014
At age 21, after a long string of negative tabloid publicity, former teen pop star Justin Bieber has emerged more successful than ever. His single "What Do You Mean? He followed it with a 2 opening for "Sorry. It has been four years since Adele dominated the pop music world with her worldwide 1 hit album
Listen : chanceraps. Artist : Jungle Who : Publicity-shy west London duo who specialise in dancefloor-ready post-punk disco-funk. Boasts a mop-top that would be the envy of The Beatles. Artist : Radkey Who : Home-schooled brothers from the US with a penchant for punk riffs and a defiant outsiders mentality.