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We Chat to Rising Pop Star Scott Helman about Music and Cyber-Bullying

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Scott Helman is a name you will be hearing a lot more of in the near future. Who is he, exactly? At the age of 22, singer/songwriter Scott Helman is Canada’s newest star and he’s heading to Australia next week for the first time ever for a couple of intimate club performances. Get to know him better via our latest ‘After Dark Adventures’ and make sure you grab a ticket at one of his shows!

Alessia Cara Takes On T-Swift and K.Dot

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Alessia Cara is 18 years young and currently has the music world buzzing about her warbling voice and brilliant covers – well one, in particular.

With an acoustic cover of the video version of ‘Bad Blood’, you know you’re onto something great when you get the Ms Swift’s approval, right?

Obey Your Thirst with Drake

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Sprite and The FADER have joined forces for a new documentary series titled Obey Your Thirst, in which they will be sitting down with the likes of Nas, Vince Staples, and Isaiah Rashad as well as Drake, whom is the first artist they’ve chosen to profile.

Rochelle Jordan – Back In The Day

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Who doesn’t reminisce about things that happened in the past…?

This song really hit me when I heard it the first time.

Just as Rochelle Jordan reminisces about a particular relationship from her past, i couldn’t help but think about my own experiences..

Arctic Monkeys: Hold On, We’re Going Home

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The Arctic Monkeys have been experimenting with their sound lately and they’ve not showing any signs of slowing down, choosing to surprise us all with a cover of Canadian rapper Drake‘s emotional hit ‘Hold On, We’re Going Home’ for their recent BBC Live Lounge session.

Watch it now.

The Weeknd: Lorde – Royals (Remix)

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16-year-old New Zealand singer Ella Yelich-O’Connor, a.k.a. Lorde, is already the talk of the Internet, but last night she received a massive cosign from her Republic Records label mate Abel Tesfaye, a.k.a. The Weeknd.

Check out his remix of her hit single, ‘Royals’.

Rochelle Jordan: Shotgun

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This post has been a long time coming. I meant to post it a couple weeks ago after watching the first episode of H∆SHTAG$.

The only thing that prompted me to do it now is I can’t get the hook of ‘Shotgun’ outta my head. Seriously.

This is moody, well-produced and forward-thinking RnB.