MUSIC FOR THE WEEKENDDURING SELF-ISOLATION
KSI – POPPIN FEATURING
LIL PUMP & SMOKEPURPP
Fresh off the smash success of his first two singles, “Down Like That” and “Wake Up Call” which have collectively amassed almost 250 million streams globally, KSI is back with his third single, “Poppin” featuring Lil Pump and Smokepurpp. The song is out today via BMG and available on all streaming platforms.

Listen to Poppin ft. Lil Pump and Smokepurpp here.

TIM MINCHIN – LEAVING LA

Leaving LA is the first single from groundbreaking Australian musician Tim Minchin’s debut studio album via BMG. The single is a bittersweet break up song with the place he called ‘home’ for four years. A little sad and a little funny, it is a predictably sardonic and poignant song on the conundrum that is La-La Land.

Listen to Leaving LA here.

ALOE BLACC – I DO

Best known for his singles, “I Need A Dollar”, “The Man” and the success of one of the biggest global pop hits, “Wake Me Up” sung and co-written with Swedish DJ Avicii which went to #1 in 22 countries, the GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter Aloe Blacc’s latest single titled “I Do” is a ballad inspired by his marriage to recording artist Maya Jupiter.

Listen to I Do here.

CHARLIE HEDGES – YOU’RE NO GOOD FOR ME

Charlie Hedges’ brand-new track ‘You’re No Good For Me’ is available everywhere now via Spinnin’ Records which has already had plays across BBC Radio 1 and KISS FM and set to be the tune of the summer when she plays festivals across the UK and Europe later this year.

Listen to You’re No Good For Me here.

OUR PODCAST PICKSDURING SELF-ISOLATION

THIS CITY WITH CLARA AMFO

Join Clara Amfo as she explores the streets of London through the eyes of some of the city’s most recognisable names such as Mark Ronson, Louis Theroux and the Sugababes. Along the way she’ll discover the places that made them – from the pubs and restaurants they frequent, the spots that kickstarted their careers, to their favourite hidden gems that make the great metropolis we call London so special. One thing’s for sure, it all happened in This City.

This week’s episode of This City sees Clara sit down with Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall out now. Listen and review here.

IAN WRIGHT’S
DESERT ISLAND DISCS
When Ian Wright was castaway on Desert Island Discs, the reaction was unprecedented! Stephen Fry called it the the most glorious episode in it’s 78 year history.  Talking through his eight song choices, which included a diverse range of tracks from Mozart to Tina Turner to Stormzy, the episode took listeners on an emotional journey through Ian’s life, discussing his tough upbringing, his inspirational school teacher, his football career highs and meeting his wife Nancy.

Reaching Number 1 in the podcast chart and having 5 radio phone-in’s dedicated to the episode, this is an essential listen. Listen and review here.

HELP I SEXTED MY BOSS

Life is full of personal calamities. Thankfully, etiquette expert William Hanson and radio DJ Jordan North are here to help you navigate the daily struggles of modern life. Well, most of the time… William and Jordan’s lives couldn’t be more different. One’s more Buckingham Palace, the other’s more Crystal Palace. But that doesn’t stop them sharing very different advice on today’s everyday problems. Whatever the conundrum, they’re here to help!

Help It’s The Best Of Series 4 is out now. With over 1.5 million listens to date, season 5 begins on 31st March! Listen and review here.

OUT TO LUNCH
WITH JAY RAYNER
What happens when famous names get to dine with a food critic at a restaurant he chooses for them? Sparkling conversation in a relaxed setting.

Out to Lunch with Jay Rayner sees one of the world’s most famous food critics invite a famous name to join him for great food and insightful chat. Guests have included Jamie Cullum, Mel C, Jamie Dornan, Jessie Ware and Lianne La Havas.

Season 3 arrives spring 2020.
Listen and review here.

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