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Taylor enters folklore with surprise album

Taylor Swift smashes multiple chart records and goes straight in at No1 with career-defining surprise album ‘folklore’.

Ellie's Brightest Blue heads to chart summit

Polydor’s Ellie Goulding is on course to secure a third number one with her album Brightest Blue later today following a campaign packed with livestreams, exclusive behind-the-scenes content and a comprehensive D2C offering.

Island team navigate The Streets' return

With a ground-breaking series of drive-in shows still to come, ambitions are high for today’s release of The Street’s first album in nearly a decade following Island’s signing of Mike Skinner in February this year.

DaBaby secures a sixth week at No1

After helping to steer Interscope’s DaBaby to his first UK Top 10 album at the beginning of May, the team at Polydor have kept their foot on the gas to guide the US rap sensation to his sixth week at number one with his certified gold single ROCKSTAR.

Decca say farewell to Dame Vera Lynn

Decca Records are deeply saddened at the passing of the brightest and most enduring star on the label, at the age of 103.

More milestones for Lewis Capaldi

Virgin EMI have helped steer Lewis Capaldi to another chart milestone after his single Someone You Loved secured 31 weeks in Top 10, the first for a song by a British artist.

Bocelli's Duomo show breaks global records

On Easter Sunday, Decca’s Andrea Bocelli broke multiple records with an emotionally-charged solo performance, streamed exclusively live via YouTube from the Duomo in Milan.

Lewis does the double at memorable Brits

The 2020 BRIT Awards will go down as a memorable one for the Universal Music family, not just for the widely-celebrated overhaul of the show but also the collection of six of the 10 awards alongside a range of standout performances from Mabel, Lewis Capaldi, Dave, Billie Eilish and Celeste.

 

Attzs turns heads with Brits collab

Universal Music have revealed an exciting collaboration with 21-year-old visual artist and Central Saint Martins student Ashton Attzs ahead of next week’s BRIT Awards.

Chemical Brothers take home Grammy double

Virgin EMI’s The Chemical Brothers were the big British winners at this year’s Grammys after collecting the awards for Best Dance Recording for Got To Keep On and Best Dance Electronic Album for No Geography.

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