The new edition of Music Week is out now, starring the one and only Ellie Goulding on the cover.
Joining the superstar artist are Polydor and Tap Management, who reveal all about how they’re lighting their way through the new normal. In an intimate interview, Goulding discusses the campaign around her No.1 album Brightest Blue and shares her thoughts on the life of a major label pop star in 2020.
Elsewhere in the features section, BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard and YMU Group manager Sophie Bloggs discuss their partnership, which has fired Howard from a dance-obsessed raver, to star DJ, tastemaker and pillar of the UK electronic scene.
This week’s Big Story focuses on 2020’s streaming boom in country music, as Country Music Association exec Milly Olykan is joined by host of the biggest names in the genre for the debate.
Also in news, we find out Rhino’s masterplan for Fleetwood Mac’s legacy following the death of their revered co-founder and guitarist Peter Green, and we catch up with Featured Artists Coalition GM David Martin to hear his plans for the organisation’s next chapter.
In Hitmakers, elite songwriter Ali Tamposi shares the secrets behind Camila Cabello’s gargantuan hit, Havana, while Sean Paul reflects on a life in dancehall in The Aftershow.
Also this week, Deviate Digital’s tech guru Sammy Andrews weighs in on the “content wars” in the music business in her monthly column.
New generation country star Lindsay Ell shares her story in On The Radar, dance newcomer Bklava is in Making Waves and there’s a big Strongbow spot for The Snuts in Sync Story.
As well as all that, we bring you the very latest news, charts and analysis.
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