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Love Marriage & Divorce - Toni Braxton, Babyface

Love, Marriage & Divorce is a collaborative studio album by American recording artists Toni Braxton and Babyface, released on February 4, 2014 by Motown Records. Love, Marriage & Divorce includes eleven tracks including their Adult R&B #1 single, "Hurt

Toni Braxton: 'I feel like I've been given a third chance'

Toni Braxton talks about her new R&B album collaboration with 'musical husband' Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds, and how she's bouncing back from past setbacks Despite the crackly transatlantic phone line, Toni Braxton 's regal disposition comes through loud

Neneh Cherry Blank Project

"New York City, she speaks to me in tongues," declares Swedish art-pop diva Neneh Cherry on "Across the Water."

Present Tense - Wild Beasts

Wild Beasts present their fourth studio album, featuring the tracks 'Sweet Spot' and 'A Simple Beautiful Truth'. It has already been described as "their best album yet" by the Guardian.

A Perfect Contradiction - Paloma Faith

Paloma Faith's third studio album includes the brand new single 'Can't Rely on You'.

Neneh Cherry: Blank Project is more than worth the 18-year wait

Eighteen years may have passed since Neneh Cherry’s last solo album, 1996’s Man, but the singer and style icon has never seemed far from the heart of pop culture.

The Power of Love Tour - Sam Bailey

Since winning the X Factor, Sam Bailey has released her number one single 'Sky Scraper' and is preparing to release her debut album. To all of this she has also now confirmed a number of tour dates starting in January 2015. Tickets go on sale on Friday 28

Neneh Cherry, interview: 'People ask me where I've been for 18 years'

Neneh Cherry is aware of the fashionable notion that everything is better in Scandinavia.

Neneh Cherry: Blank Project - review

Neneh Cherry's first solo record in 18 years sees her team up with Chingford electronica boys RocketNumberNine under the guiding production hand of Kieran Hebden, aka Four Tet, and the results are extraordinary.

Wild Beasts: Present Tense - review

"In detail you were even more beautiful than from afar," sings Wild Beasts frontman Hayden Thorpe on Palace, the closing song here.