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The London-based quartet have hailed the singer-songwriter after recording with her recently.

Rudimental have revealed that Emeli Sande is likely to feature on their debut studio album and have described the Scottish sing-songwriter as a “lovely person” with a “great voice”.

The ‘Feel The Love’ producers say they are almost certain the ‘Next To Me’ singer will be included on the track listing for their debut ‘Rudimental’, which officially drops in early 2013, after getting to work with her recently in the recording studio.

“We’ve been in the studio with Emeli Sande recently and I’m sure she’ll be on our album,” Rudimental’s Piers Agget revealed to the Daily Star this week. “She’s really cool, a lovely person and a really great voice.”

The London-based quartet went on to reveal that they have been asked to write songs for a lot of big chart acts over the past few months, and admit they would love to work with ‘We Found Love’ star Rihanna at some point.

“We really like Rihanna. I think her songs are brilliant,” Piers admitted. “But we’re all massive fans of Lauryn Hill. I think that would be the ultimate American collaboration.

Emeli Sande has had a hugely successful twelve months with a string of hit singles, a well received debut album in ‘Our Version Of Events’ and picking up three MOBO Awards at the annual ceremony last month.

Rudimental’s self-titled debut album is currently expected to be released on 25th February 2013.


Today Emeli took to her Twitter page to post a photo from the ‘Clown’ music video. The music video for ‘Clown’ was shot earlier this week and is expected to debut in the coming weeks. The photos is in black and white and Emeli looks gorgeous. From the photo you can sense that the video will probably be emotional to fit the song’s theme.

‘Clown’ is set for a December release. No set date has been confirmed but Wikipedia, not a reliable source, has it listed on December 23rd which is possible. Thanks for sharing the photo Emeli, we can’t wait for the video to premiere!



Last night Emeli joined Alicia Keys for a live stream to premiere Alicia’s new album ‘Girl on Fire’. Emeli and Alicia were joined by Maxwell, Miguel, and friends. Emeli discussed her and Alicia’s writing process for the tracks that they wrote together. Alicia said that ‘Brand New Me’ which Emeli co-wrote is for her, the most emotional song on the album. Emeli got to hear the final version of ‘Brand New Me’ and was very happy about it! Watch the full 2 hour stream below!

Earlier tonight Emeli tweeted that she is joining Alicia Keys to talk about Alicia’s new album, ‘Girl On Fire’ which hits shelves next Tuesday in the US. Emeli will probably be discussing her role as a songwriter for the album and some of the creative processes guiding the direction of the album. Emeli and Alicia will also be joined by Maxwell and Miguel! To watch the live show, when it begins, click here. They will be premiering all the new songs from Alicia’s new album, be sure to tune it!

Last night Emeli performed on ‘The Vpice’ of Holland. She opened the show by performing ‘Next To Me’ with some of the season’s contestants. Later Emeli performed her brand new single ‘Clown’ which is set to be released as an official single in December.

The video has not been posted for ‘Clown’ yet but we do have a video for ‘Next To me’. Click here to watch Emeli’s great performance!

Today marks a very special day! Emeli’s debut album, ‘our Version of Events’ has reached the 1 million mark in sales! Congrats Emeli, such a great accomplishment! ‘Our Version of Events’ has still sold the most copies of any other UK artist’s albums this year! In a year of low record sales ‘Our Version of Events’ shines through!


Earlier tonight Emeli also performed on ‘The Voice’ Holland. Emeli opened up with ‘Next To Me’ and then towards the end performed her new single ‘Clown’. Emeli later received a gold plaque for 25,000 shipments of the album in Holland alone. Now ‘Beneath Your Beautiful’, ‘Next To Me’, and ‘Clown’ are all in Holland’s top 20!

The ‘Girl On Fire’ singer says she can’t wait for fans to hear her record and is excited for the next single release.

Alicia Keys has confessed that working with Emeli Sande on her new album ‘Girl On Fire’ was “instant magic”.

The US star told Capital FM that she teamed up with the ‘Next To Me’ singer on a trio of songs and praised how well the pair got on in the studio – admitting it doesn’t always happen.

“I have to say, myself and Emeli Sande – when we met and we really began to write together, it was instant magic and that doesn’t happen all the time,” she confessed. “There’s about three songs on my album that we did together and they are, all three, unbelievably special.”

The ‘Empire State Of Mind’ singer added that she can’t wait for fans to hear the whole album and is looking forward to releasing ‘Brand New Me’ as her next single.

“‘Brand New Me’ is one of my favourites, it’s going to be my second single and to me it’s like my autobiography,” she revealed. “It says everything about everywhere that I’ve come and who I am now.”

She continued: “It’s about being completely happy with finding yourself.”

As well as Emeli, Alicia has also worked with the likes of Frank Ocean and Bruno Mars on her album.

Meanwhile, rapper Jay-Z was also full of praise for Emeli recently when he said he predicted the ‘Daddy’ singer to have huge success in the US and teased a potential collaboration with Beyonce.

Alicia Keys will release new album ‘Girl On Fire’ on 26th November, with the title single dropping a week before on 18th November.


A few days ago we let you all know that ‘Clown’ was added to Emeli’s Wikipedia page as being the next single. While Wikipedia is not the most reliable source, it turns out that this time it was! Emeli herself confirmed on Twitter that ‘Clown’ is the next single and the video shoot was shot today! If Wikipedia is again then the official single should be released in December and we’re guessing the video to premiere in Late November/early December.  We can’t wait to see the video for ‘Clown’ it’s sure to be great!

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“You really have made this year so incredible for me,” said Emeli Sande as she stood on stage in front of an ecstatic sold out crowd of fans at the Royal Albert Hall, on Sunday night.

The Scottish singer songwriter really has had quite a year. After releasing her first solo single ‘Heaven’ in August 2011, she’s gone on to have two number one’s in 2012, with her Professor Green collaboration ‘Read All About It’ and ‘Next to Me’.

Her album ‘Our Version of Events’ went to number one soon after its release in February and her status as one of Britain’s most talented new artists was sealed in history when she performed in both the Opening and Closing ceremonies of the London Olympics in front of a global audience.


The awards have also rolled in – 2012 has seen her scoop three Mobos, the Critics Choice Brit Award and the Q Award for Best Solo Artist, on top of plenty more nominations.

“I’m so happy to be here and you sold out this venue this is my wildest dream come true,” gushed the 25-year-old, after kicking off the concert with her haunting and honest 2011 single ‘Daddy’.

Then it was on to her track about a romantic sanctuary, ‘Where I Sleep’. Every note seemed to rise right up to the domed ceiling of the Royal Albert Hall and it became clear we were all in for a treat.

Throughout her 20-strong set list, the Aberdeen-born star dedicated songs to those closest to her. The first, ‘Breaking The Law’, went out to her sister who cheered her on from a box.


Sande was not only dedicating songs to people but also the proceeds of the sold out gig, which she announced would be going to Prince’s Trust. She dedicated her rousing and powerful performance of ‘My Kind Of Love’ to the charity and had the audience singing the perfectly-crafted lyrics along with her.

Next she reminded us she’s also a talented pianist, as she sat down to perform a simple stripped back rendition of ‘Clown’.

“The lyrics of this song are so important to me… No matter how kind you are to people someone is always looking for a clown and sometimes you can be that clown,” said Sande, who seemed so much wiser than her years.

She stayed at her piano for her beautiful song ‘River’ for a mesmerising performance, accompanied by her small orchestra. For ‘Suitcase’, about an abandoned partner’s bewilderment, she was joined simply by her bass guitarist and the performance was still breathtaking.

Sande has performed on some huge stages – over the summer I saw her at Bestival and at the Olympics – but nowhere has suited her as perfectly as the Royal Albert Hall. A place made for huge voices like hers, yet intimate enough for fans to connect emotionally with every note.


“Singing this at the Olympics was incredible,” she said before breaking into her smash record ‘Read All About It’. “If you have a voice you should use it,” she cried – and use it she did. The song started off heavenly with plenty of swaying arms, before the drums joined in and Professor Green bounded onto the stage for his rap segment.

The crowd jumped to their feet and raised the roof for what was to be the first of two special guest appearances on the night.

After an impressively quick dress change into a fuchsia number from Sande, it was on to the uplifting ‘Wonder’ and ‘Mountains’, which she dedicated to her parents who were also in the audience.

“I’m going to end this with the song where it all began,” she said before belting out the up-tempo ‘Heaven’.

Of course there was a feat stomping encore, and she returned for her latest number one collaboration ‘Beneath Your Beautiful’ with Labrinth. The atmosphere was incredible as the two young stars soaked in the moment, looking up into the rafters of the Hall, as their ballad was sung back at them.

Sande dedicated the last song of her fantastic concert, ‘Next To Me’, to her husband: “We just got married last month”. Like I said, she really has had quite a year.

MasterCard has partnered with Emeli Sande to provide Priceless tickets and experiences at her sold out tour in support of the Prince’s Trust and Nordoff Robbins this month. www.pricelesslondon.co.uk


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Our Version Of Events
Our Version of Events is the debut studio album by Scottish singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé. The album was released on 13 February 2012 by Virgin Records, following Sandé's winning of the Critic's Choice Award at the BRIT Awards 2012. Though Our Version of Events is her first release, Sandé has been active in the industry since 2009, most notable appearing on singles by Chipmunk ("Diamond Rings") and Wiley ("Never Be Your Woman"). The album features R&B, soul and pop music. Sandé began working on the album when she was eleven years old.

"Free" is a song by the British quartet Rudimental featuring vocals from English-born Scottish recording artist and songwriter Emeli Sandé. The song was released in the United Kingdom on 18 November 2013 as the sixth single from their debut studio album, Home (2013). Another version of the single also features American rapper Nas.

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