Even when the Grammys are good, they aren't very interesting.
The new track, featuring former Australian icon Daniel Merriweather on vocals, is... completely fine.
The visual is basically an ncapsulation of everything that's #hot #right #now.
"One Kiss" might not be a banger scaling the heights of "Slide" or "Feels," but it is a fun reminder that summer edges closer.
The awards will never be exactly what we want, but wins for Lorde, Dua Lipa, and Kendrick Lamar made 2018 the most in-touch BRITs in a while.
She performed her track "IDGAF" backed up by Charli XCX, Zara Larsson, MØ, and Alma for the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge, and that hopefully means business.
The new video aspiration is basically just a travel blogger's nine most-liked set to a montage. Why though?
Sorry, Dua Lipa, but the crown currently belongs to 100-year-old Dame Vera Lynn.
The British pop up-and-comer only has a handful of songs, but her fan base is passionate, and so is her music.
Check out how tabasco and fluffy coats work their way into the 20-year-old's style.
From the best sex record to the article she shed the most tears while writing, editor Kim Taylor Bennett compiles her totally random round up of 2015.
Which of these British acts will be the future of music?