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25 years of BRIT School: 5 of the biggest successes

25 years of BRIT School: 5 of the biggest successes

Entertainment, Music
Words, audio & image: Bernadette Galbraith | Subbing: Joanne Clark The BRIT School based in Croydon recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. Take a listen to the podcast below, where I discuss the potential impact specialised colleges may have on future careers. https://soundcloud.com/bernadette-galbraith/the-impact-of-performing-arts-schools Music Source: Adele - Rolling in the Deep, Jessie J - Price Tag, Jax Jones ft. RAYE - You Don't Know Me Adele Born and raised for most of her childhood in Tottenham, Adele’s popular with her fans particularly because of her down-to-earth nature. Having graduated from the BRIT school in 2006, Adele was snapped up by XL Recordings soon after. She has since gone on to release three studio albums, with her lead single Hello becoming the fa

MOBO Awards 2017 nominations

Entertainment, Music
Report: Tracey Popoola | Subbing: Claudia Jackson Grime artist Stormzy leads this year, followed by newcomer J Hus   This year’s MOBO Award nominations have finally been announced, and Stormzy is the front-runner with five nominations, including best grime act, best male and best video. ‘Did You See’ Rapper J Hus closely follows behind with four nominations, whilst female artists Stefflon Don and Jorja Smith both have three. The MOBOs, which was founded in 1996 by CEO, Kanya King MBE, celebrates music of black origin in the UK, and also uses this awards show to celebrate the growth of influential genres that have been birthed within the last 15 years, including Afro-beats and Grime. The awards ceremony will be taking place at Leeds First Direct Arena on 29 November.

Alex Aiono: Sold Out show, 02 Academy Islington

Entertainment, Music, UK, Uncategorized
Words: Stella Akinwumi | Subbing: Isabella Dawe On the 13th November 2017, singer/music producer Alex Aiono performed a sold out set at the O2 Academy Islington. 'Voice of London' went to go see Alex in action. Pop/R&B duo Misunderstood were the opening act for the show and performed their singles 'Juicy Fruit', 'Sucka' and 'Ghetto Style' which was their first proper release. They effortlessly got the crowd energised by their choreography sequences and consistent engagement with fans. Pausing the set to talk to the excitable crowd, Alex said, " Thank you so much to everyone in this building right now, this is my second sold out show in London, without you this wouldn't have been possible."Before performing his hit single 'Work the Middle' he added, "The level of energy I'm feeling
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