The 'Katy On A Mission' singer had some big news at a small gig.
Pop star Katy B announced details of an upcoming new album last night at a homecoming London show where songs from her new album, titled Little Red, were debuted.
Katy B Prepares To Drop A New Record.
Katy played 10 songs at the capital's XOYO venue, six of which were brand new songs, reports NME. "Would you like to hear a song from my new album?" Katy asked the crowd to cheers of "yeah!" Do you want to know what it's called? It's called Little Red."
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There was an urban music clash for the ages going on down in London last night (November 7) as four troupes of some of the biggest names in UK dub-step, grime, garage and bass music appeared on four seperate stages set up within the confines of Wembley Arena, in a battle to determine who would cause the loudest reaction from the crowd and thus walk of champions of the night. Decibel meters measured the crowd's response to each stage, and each group pulled out all the stops to make sure they got the big W. So who were the teams?
Magnetic Man, Annie Mac Presents, Red Bull Culture Clash, Wembley Arena. London and England Wednesday 7th November 2012 Magnetic Man on the Annie Mac Presents stage during the Red Bull Culture Clash event at Wembley Arena. London, England
As dance music enjoys something of a rejuvenation, its heartwarming to see such an upsurge of creativity taking place on these very shores. While previous revolutions in beat culture have traditionally occurred in the likes of Chicago and San Antonio, this year's refreshing dubstep phenomenon has seen London emerge at the forefront of a scene resigned to having disappeared up its own self-important backside many moons ago.
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