Professor Green is back with the latest single from his At Your Inconvenience album. ‘Avalon’ is a little heavier-sounding than some of his poppier singles such as ‘Read All About It’, don’t you think? Here’s the brand new video!
‘Avalon’ is released on 24 September.
Ellie Goulding and Professor Green are set to play some special shows in anticipation of the Q Awards.
Ms Goulding will be expertly warbling new songs and old at Jazz Café on 5 October, with Pro Green doing his rap “thing” at the HMV Forum on 18 October.
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‘Glad You Came’ songwriter (and all-round pop babe) Ed Drewett has trailed his upcoming debut album with an exciting free download for fans.
Ed, who also wrote ‘All Time Low’ and ‘Lightning’ for The Wanted, has been working hard in the studio and released his first single ‘Champagne Lemonade’ last year. The keen-eyed amongst you may also recognise his face (and voice!) from Professor Green’s ‘Need You Tonight’.
Ed’s new song, ‘Good Morning’, is summery, catchy and atmospheric and just a couple of clicks away from landing in your iTunes library for precisely zero pence. We’re looking forward to hearing more from Ed this year!
As part of his UK tour, Professor Green played O2 Academy Brixton and was recorded by O2 using Mativision cameras, designed to capture the gig from every angle and in full 360-degree glory. Watch five tracks from his gig – ‘Remedy’, ‘Read All About It’, ‘DPMO’, ‘Oh My God’ and ‘Jungle’ – and use Mativision’s video player to control what you see. Yep, it’s a bit like that time you filmed and edited your school play, but with multiple high-def video cameras, massive production values, AND a superstar performing for you.
Little Mix, Dappy, Rizzle Kicks, Cover Drive, Professor Green and Labrinth announced for T4 on the Beach
Good news for fans of great pop and sandy knickers. T4 on the Beach returns to Weston-super-Mare for its 10th year with a line up that includes Little Mix (woo), Dappy (woo), Rizzle Kicks (woo), Cover Drive (woo), Professor Green (woo) and Labrinth (woo). Not bad – and there’s still 20 more acts to announce. Ready to buy tickets? Check you’re free Sunday 1 July and then click here.
This year’s Wireless Festival just got even more exciting. Joining headliner Drake on Saturday are Example, Tulisa (we assume she’ll have some solo material by then), Professor Green and special guest Nicki Minaj. Warming the crowd up for Rihanna on Sunday will be Jessie J, Rizzle Kicks, Labrinth, Cher Lloyd, Calvin Harris and new girlgroup Stooshe. Check out the dates in our Pop Diary, and head to the festival’s website for the full line-up, tickets and VIP packages. Hit like below if you’ll be attending.