Three weekend-worthy tracks
The top tunes to channel
Album: Do It For Love
Artist: Alesha Dixon
After waiting five years and several teases sometime in the middle of this year, fans can finally get their fix of Alesha Dixon's latest track. The fourth solo album from the Britain's Got Talent judge includes super-poppy beats, reminiscent of her time with girl group Mis-teeq, as well as a song dedicated to her daughter.
Artist: Duncan Sheik
Duncan Sheik's music sees a gap of almost 20 years between Legerdemain and his debut album and while he's gone on to work on Broadway in between, his melodies and signature tunes have clearly been retained. It's almost as if he's never left your iPod, sorry, CD player.
Artist: Selena Gomez
Selena's changed management and switched record labels for this album. 'Vulnerable' and even 'grown-up' are just some of the words used by critics to describe her new album. Life's lessons have clearly had a big part to play in her most personal album yet.