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Yesterday Emeli started a new video diary called ‘SandeSunday’ on Twitter plus also did a Ustream for the first time. Today, Emeli has now uploaded a video that really goes behind-the-scenes in current events in her career.

First, the video starts with Emeli doing a run-through her tour rehearsals of her singing previous single ‘Daddy’. Next, Emeli heads off to join Labrinth at one of his concerts. Then, Emeli and Labrinth rehearse and perform on X Factor, after that someone interviews Emeli after receiving her Q Award for ‘Best Solo Artist’, after the interview Emeli visits and performs ‘Wonder’ on the Jonathan Ross Show, later Emeli has a studio session with Rudimental, and that concludes the very busy first episode of Sande Sundays. Watch it below!

 

Labrinth aka Tim McKenzie, has scored his first UK solo Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart with Beneath Your Beautiful, the sixth single from his hit album Electronic Earth. The song, which features the vocals of – and is co-written by unofficial woman of the year Emeli Sandé, becomes Labrinth’s premier chart topper as a solo artist, breaking the 100k sales barrier and rocketing to the top spot with a huge sale of nearly 108,000 copies.

The Hackney born producer, songwriter and musician famously co-wrote and co-produced Tinie Tempah’s Number 1 hit Pass Out, and has previously enjoyed three Top 5 singles, including last year’s Tinie Tempah-assisted Earthquake.

Swedish House Mafia deliver a further 86,000 sales this week of previous chart topper Don’t You Worry Child (2), taking its total to date up to 308,000 in just three weeks on sale. Last week’s king and queen Calvin Harris and Florence Welch drop two places to Number 3. Rihanna, who the Official Charts Company this week revealed as the second biggest-selling female singles artist of all time, hangs tight at Number 4 with Diamonds, while Gangnam Style drops two to complete this week’s Official Singles Chart Top 5.

New Entries And Highest Climbers

The highest of three new entries on this week’s Official Singles Chart Top 40, JLS just miss out on a Top 5 placing as new single Hottest Girl In The World charts at Number 6. Watford songwriter/artist Naughty Boy scores his first Top 10 hit as Wonder, which features vocals by – who else - Emeli Sandé, comes in at Number 10.

London quartet Bastille secure their highest-chartin single so far as Flaws, the third outing from forthcoming album Bad Blood enters at Number 21.

As well as Labrinth rocketing up 84 places, Swedish House Mafia see a 50-notch jump as Save The World finishes at Number 36, helped along by its performance by Kye Sones on last weekend’s X Factor. Scream by US R’n’B star Usher leaps 28 places to Number 37, while Ho Hey by American folk rockers Lumineers jumps 22 places to Number 23.

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With one hour to go before sending the magazine to print Emeli Sandé calls VIVA HQ for a chat. After managing to bag the sky-rocketing Emeli Sande as our cover star at the last minute, we only have fifteen minutes to chat to her as she makes her way to rehearsal. Given Emeli’s past year of chart success, collaborations and the Olympics, we’re not the only ones with a packed schedule. No pressure then! 

So, it really has been your year – the only artist to perform at both the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympics, your album is fast approaching triple platinum, (having been in the top 10 since its release in February) what has been your highlight and could you ever have predicted this kind of success?

There are so many amazing things that have happened. Opening up the Olympics was a big highlight for me as I never have and never will perform in front of such a big audience again. Releasing the album was also very big as I’ve dreamed of doing it for so many years and, in February when I got to release the album and it went to number one, that was major.

With performing at the Olympics, would you say you are patriotic?

Yeah, I think I am. I definitely feel very British and being there and being part of that meant I had that spirit even more, more than I would usually feel it. I was so proud of what Danny Boyle did and what we all put together – what we showed the world. I think it was so different and a very honest reflection of what Britain is.

A special edition of ‘Our Version of Events’ is being released with your cover of John Lennon’s ‘Imagine.’ How did it feel covering such a huge song?

Pretty intimidating! I remember when the BBC asked me to do it with the Olympics and at first I was very intimidated because it’s one of the best written songs ever; by such a legend. I loved being able to do my own interpretation and also introducing the song to a younger generation. I feel very honoured to be asked but also it’s quite a scary thing to do.

Your songs ‘Heaven’ and ‘Read all about it’ were incredibly popular but the charts are dominated by one hit wonders and passing musical trends. How will you manage to keep your music relevant and durable?

The main thing for me I think was when I released ‘Heaven,’ being my first single by myself, I really wanted to introduce myself as that kind of artist. I wasn’t really looking for chart success, I was looking for people to really start recognising me as an artist. I think, because I did it that way, you’re not pretending to be something else to get that one hit. I think you’ve got to be honest to stay relevant, and understand what people are going through and try to relate to people. That’s how I plan to go forward.

You won Best Solo Artist at the Q Awards against people like Florence Welch and Noel Gallagher. The Q Awards are typically known for giving lifetime achievement and Icon awards, how did it feel winning in that environment and against such seasoned artists?

Wonderful! I was there last year and was nominated for Best New Artist, so it’s great to come back and win it a year later. I just felt great and I didn’t think I would win it considering who I was up against so to get that acknowledgment was fantastic.

You have done a lot of writing for other artists such as Cheryl Cole and Susan Boyle. What differences do you feel there are between writing songs for someone else and those that you will perform?

I think when you’re writing specifically for somebody … I don’t know the difference really. I try and approach writing the same way. When you know you’re working for someone else you’re trying more to understand what they want to say, as opposed to what you’re going through. I’ve been able to sit down with people and get to know them as quickly as possible. You’re kind of more of a facilitator. You’re just trying to put what they’re saying into words.

Simon Cowell has said that you are “his favourite songwriter at the minute.” What do you think of the whole X-Factor phenomenon?

X -Factor isn’t a programme I would have gone on or something I thought about doing. I don’t think it shows people watching about song writing and developing artistry. But, some great talent has come from those programmes so I don’t think I would completely condemn them. I love James Arthur on this show and it’s given him great exposure for his talent. The industry just didn’t pick up on him before, so I think it’s great for giving people exposure but I don’t think it’s a good thing to win them.

Have you been watching this series? Manchester went crazy about our local girl Caroline’s eviction against Rylan, do you have an opinion on this?

I’ve been watching bits and pieces. I was on it last week so I got to meet some of the contestants and James Arthur just really blew me away from the beginning. I didn’t see the eviction but I heard all about it.

Fame aside, you did four years of Medicine at Glasgow University, specialising in neuroscience. Was it a difficult decision to leave this course and what sparked it?

It was a very difficult decision and, compared to music, it’s such a stable and respected career, and I loved it. It’s just that I couldn’t keep denying that I wanted to do something creative and I wanted to be a musician. It was a big step for me to move down to London but I think what sparked it was that it was a specialist degree and once I’d graduated from that I really felt like I’d achieved something in University. When I’d written Diamond Rings for Chipmunk, I got published over the summer before I went back into fourth year so I think that was a big catalyst – I think having a foot in the door with the music industry is kind of when it all came together.

Considering your rise to fame, you have managed to stay out of the paparazzi’s way. Do you think stars’ personal lives are something they have to give up at a certain level of fame? How relevant are their personal lives to their brand?

I think it just depends how you play it. I’m not out every night and I’m usually in rehearsal or in the studio, so I don’t think if you’re really famous you have to give up privacy. I don’t know how it is for people like Rihanna or Beyoncé but for me it’s about keeping music as your focus.

In a fairly controversial move, Glastonbury had Beyoncé headlining last year’s festival with Jay Z performing there before. What do you think of R’n’B acts such as these dominating what are typically rock festivals?

I think it’s great, it shows that Glastonbury is current and it’s relevant. So many people are getting into R’n’B and hip hop – it’s a very relevant genre of music at the moment so I think it’s fantastic. I think it’s a very British thing, in America they keep music very separated so I think that it’s great that in Britain we can integrate and introduce people to new types of music.

We saw you play at V Festival, you were amazing! What’s been your favourite festival you’ve played at this year and why?

God, there are so many. I loved T in the Park because it’s back home in Glasgow. So doing the main stage there was a big deal. I also really loved Bestival because it was the last one, it was such a great time of day, the sun was just going down and the crowd was just phenomenal. I think probably Bestival.

Who are your biggest musical influences and how can we recognise them in your work?

I think Nina Simone influences most things I do. I’ve listened to her since I was about eight and I think she’s just a genius. I think if you listen to my work, what inspired me about her is the way she wrote and the way she interpreted lyrics – it was very poetic and very effective in a few words. I think you can probably hear her influence in my writing and especially when I perform live, I try and channel Nina. Apart from that I love Anita Baker and Whitney Houston – I love hitting those power notes when I can. Also Joni Mitchell, I think it’s story telling and they all taught me that the writing has to tell stories in my music.

Are you working on any new material at the moment and when’s the next album coming out?

I haven’t thought about the next album yet or any new material. I’m interested in releasing a new EP in between that, so getting some new music out there without having to promote it too much.

You’ve collaborated with a few big names in the music industry, who’s been your favourite to work with?

Professor Green – he’s such a lovely person and he’s really believed in me from the very beginning, so I think working with Professor Green was a really nice experience and having my first joint number one with him was really cool. Everyone’s been cool but I really like Pro.

You’re playing in Manchester on the 12th of November at the Bridgewater Hall which we’re really excited about. Was the last time you were in our area when you did the intimate gig at the Peckforton Castle in February?

God that was a long time ago! Yeah, that was the last time I was there. It was wicked, I love doing more intimate gigs when you turn up with only a few musicians. I love Manchester, I remember when I went there as a kid. It reminds me of Glasgow, and the crowds are really cool usually.

What do you like doing when you get up here?

The shopping is great but apart from that I’ve only ever been there when we’re working doing shows or radio. I’d love a tour at some point if we ever get the time.

Interview by Johanna Dorey

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Labrinth looks set to score his first Number One in the Official Singles Chart with his track, ‘Beneath Your Beautiful’ which features Emeli Sande.

According to midweek data from the Official Charts Company, the song is 14,000 sales ahead of the current Number Two, Swedish House Mafia featuring John Martin with ‘Don’t You Worry Child’.

Meanwhile, JLS are on track for their ninth Top 10 single in the shape of the song ‘Hottest Girl In The World’, which is currently at Number Three. Calvin Harris and Florence Welch’s ‘Sweet Nothing’, a former Number One, is now in the fourth spot, followed by Rihanna’s ‘Diamonds’ at Number Five.

Over in the midweek Official Albums Chart, US country-pop star Taylor Swift is looking to nab her first ever UK Number One, with ‘Red’, her fourth LP, which follows 2010′s ‘Speak Now’. The album is followed at Number Two by the deluxe edition of Emeli Sande’s ‘Our Version Of Events’, which it is outselling two to one.

Lawson’s debut album ‘Chapman Square’ is at Number Three, whilst Jake Bugg‘s debut is at Number Four and Mumford and Sons’ ‘Babel’ is at Number Five.

Dappy’s debut LP ‘Bad Intentions’ is in at Number Six in the midweeks and Stone Sour – made up of Slipknot‘s Corey Taylor and Jim Root – are straight in at Number Seven with their fourth album, ‘House Of Gold And Bones Part 1′.

Check back on NME.COM at 7pm (GMT) on Sunday for more news on the Official UK Single and Album Charts.

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Hey everyone, earlier today Emeli tweeted a new announcement photo that ‘Sande Sundays’ will be starting this Sunday. For now we are not to sure of what ‘Sande Sundays’ are so we’ll just have to wait and see what it’s all about! Comment below and tell us what you think they could be.

Emeli Sande has admitted that she’s supporting X Factor hopeful James Arthur in this year’s competition.

Sande performed on The X Factor stage last Sunday with Labrinth, and met James backstage after his rendition of LMFAO’s ‘Sexy and I Know It.’

The ‘Read All About It’ singer now appears to be a fan of his, telling the Metro: “I really like James Arthur.

“I haven’t watched too much but I definitely saw his performance at the beginning. He just blew me away.”

She went on to say that she’d like to work with him, adding: “I met him at the weekend and I’d love to get in the studio with him. I think he’d be great. He’s brilliant.”

However, Sande went on to say that she would never have considered being a contestant on the reality show, citing nerves as a reason not to.

She explained, “I think I’d try any other route than doing it. I couldn’t face going on that stage every week, it’s nerve-wracking.”

This is big praise coming from Sande, who recently won a much coveted Q Award for Best Solo Artist. 

She was quoted in the Daily Record as saying, “This is a big one. It’s a big competition, so it was really good. I’m very happy about this.

“It feels really nice to get that type of acknowledgement.”

Sande also begins a sold out tour next month, including dates at the Royal Albert Hall and Manchester Bridgewater Hall.

Tickets for Emeli Sande’s 2013 tour go on sale on Friday at 9am, for more details visit Gigwise Gig Tickets.

March 26 – Birmingham, O2 Academy
March 29 – Newcastle, City Hall
April 1 – Edinburgh, Usher Hall
April 2 – Manchester, O2 Apollo
April 5 – Brighton, Dome
April 6 – Bristol, Colston Hall
April 8 – London, Hammersmith Apollo

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A few days ago Naughty Boy uploaded the behind-the-scenes video for his first single ‘Wonder’ off of his new album ‘Hotel Cabana’ scheduled for release in early 2013. Check out the new video below and be sure to get your copy of ‘Wonder’ on iTunes!

 

Yesterday Emeli Sande joined her husband Adam to appear on the red carpet at the ‘Skyfall’ premiere in the UK yesterday. Check out the new photos in the gallery, the two look lovely!

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Emeli Sandé announces UK tour

Emeli Sandé has announced a batch of UK tour dates.

The Scottish singer is set to play seven shows in the country in March and April next year.

Her run of dates will kick off at Birmingham’s O2 Academy on March 26 before heading north to Newcastle and Edinburgh.

She will also play Manchester, Brighton and Bristol before ending up at London’s Hammersmith Apollo on April 8.

Tickets for the concerts will go on sale at 9am UK time on Friday October 26.

As previously reported, Sandé recently beat Adele to have the best-selling album of 2012 in the UK so far.

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Emeli Sandé and Muse among winners at Q Awards

Emeli Sandé and Muse picked up gongs at the Q Awards today (October 22).

The music magazine held its annual awards ceremony at London’s Grosvenor Hotel and a number of stars attended, including Kylie Minogue and Example.

Emeli Sandé won the coveted Best Solo Artist award whilst Muse picked up the Best Act In The World Today prize.

Other winners on the day included Killers mainman Brandon Flowers in the Q Idol category and Plan B, whose ‘iLL Manors’ won Best Track.

Blur beat off competition from the likes of The Stone Roses and The Cribs to win Best Live Act whilst Django Django landed the Q Best New Act award.

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Check out photos from Emeli at The Q Awards below. View the full size images in the gallery.

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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.


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"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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