Come and get your Monday evening BAPs before they go off!
- Sarah Harding will be playing some new songs in an acoustic setting for charity next month. (Evening Standard) Blimey.
- ‘Do It In The AM’ hitmaker Frankmusik’s new album now has a cover and some song titles. (Popjustice)
- He also features on a song on RuPaul’s new album, ‘Born Naked’. (MuuMuse)
- Rihanna and Eminem are playing three shows together in America in the summer, which is nice for people who live in America. (Popjustice)
- The new single by The Vamps was played on Capital FM earlier (obviously) and now it’s on the world wide web. (YouTube)
- Danja’s popped two songs he demoed for Britney (plus a remix) onto the internet. (Popjustice)
- ‘Purple Rain’ interpreter Ruth Lorenzo will represent Spain at Eurovision. (Digital Spy)
- A ‘new’ Michael Jackson song (that one that Justin Bieber appeared on) will be the soundtrack to an advert for a new Sony smartphone. (Popjustice)
- Apparently Harry Styles has written a song with John Legend for a US X Factor contestant. (Mirror)
- Former Girls Aloud frontwoman Kimberley Walsh is pregnant! (Popjustice)
- Chlöe Howl covered Jason Derulo’s ‘Talk Dirty’ on the radio yesterday and now it’s on the internet. (Soundcloud)
- Indiana’s new video is now on the internet. (Popjustice)
- Ryan Tedder’s been named the most successful songwriter in America of the last few months or something or other. (Digital Spy)
- Sky Ferreira’s new single, in the UK at least, will be ‘Boys’, which is probably the correct decision. (Popjustice)
- Adam Lambert’s version of The Darkness’ ‘I Believe In A Thing Called Love’ from Glee is now online. (YouTube)
- According to a ‘source’ Adele might be collaborating with Prince after going to see him in a live scenario. (Daily Mail)
- Tove Lo’s excellent ‘Not On Drugs’ is now on the internet as of right now. (Popjustice)
- Shakira’s next single is called ‘Empire’ and could well be on the internet before you know it. (Popjustice)
- A bit of Neon Jungle’s new single is now online. (YouTube)
And for old time's sake…
What a song.