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Few singers have as recognizable a voice as James Blunt. His crooning melodies have made him a vocal sensation around the world with a total of more than 18 million albums sold worldwide.
Born in Tidworth, England, Blunt spent much of his youth traveling around Europe because his father was in the British army.
After graduating from University, Blunt spent six years in the British army, often performing for troops and local civilians while on duty. He left in 2002 with the intention of pursuing his music career.
Blunt’s first album, “Back to Bedlam,” made him an instant household name with international hits such as “You’re Beautiful,” “High” and “Goodbye My Lover.”
His second album, 2007’s “All the Lost Souls,” debuted at No. 1 in numerous countries, selling nearly 5 million copies globally and featuring such hits as “1973,” ”Same Mistake” and “Carry You Home.”
And today the 5-time grammy nominee is coming out with his third album entitled "Some Kind of Trouble."
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For many the name Ben Drew doesn't ring any bells, but Plan B likely will.
The British rapper has rocketed to fame in the last year. His second album entitled "The Defamation of Strickland Banks" shot straight to number one in the UK charts, making him a household name.
But rapping isn't Drew's only passion. The London musician has also starred in a number of movies including "Harry Brown," working alongside Michael Caine.
He's also making his directorial debut with a film set to release later this year.
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