Singles out 13th November:

Take Me Home – Jess Glynne

What a fantastic year it’s been for London-born singer Jess Glynne: three number 1 singles; a number 1 album; a guest judge on The X Factor; and to top it off Jess can now tick ‘Children In Need charity song’ off her list of achievement. Take Me Home, the fifth cut to be taken from début album I Cry When I Laugh, shows off Jess’ emotional side as she sings for her longing to return home when suffering from a broken soul. It’s charity song material through-and-through, and it whilst it may not be the coolest song the singer has released, it’s a worthy song for an even worthier cause.

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WTF (Where They From) – Missy Elliot feat. Pharrell Williams

Missy Elliot, also known as the frontrunner for female rappers and producers in the music industry, makes her long-awaited return to the music scene with WTF (Where They From), the lead single from her upcoming seventh album. Proving she’s no fool, Missy has recruited Midas-touch Pharrell Williams for help with the production, and the result is a refined slice of hip-hop that manages to bring something new to the genre whilst retaining Missy’s classic sound, though some may find it a bit too niche.

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Keep Up – KSI feat. JME

You-tuber turned rapper KSI scored his first top fourty hit with Lamborghini earlier this year, and has teamed up with London MC artist JME for successor Keep Up. The track is as generic as rap songs come – from the tone of the vocals to the grime beat – and you would be hard pressed to differentiate this song from the countless others of the genre.

Click here to listen to the track on Spotify.

Track of the Week: The Girl Is Mine – 99 Souls feat. Destiny’s Child & Brandy

This week’s track of the week is a rather odd one – it’s a mash up of Brandy’s 1998 hit The Boy is Mine with Destiny’s Child’s 2005 hit Girl by UK House duo 99 Souls. The combination of the two songs works surprisingly well, and 99 Souls have done a fantastic job at making the two songs feel fresh and relevant, and it’s sure to be a popular choice for DJ sets across the country. Also, it’s always nice to hear Beyonce on a new track, even if it’s just a remix.

Click here to listen to the track on Spotify.