Stefani and Shelton are enjoying the new love they have found with one another and we've got their best photos together, so click through our gallery to enjoy them.A law graduate from Edinburgh University, where she was a contemporary of Pippa Middleton, Sofia now works as a legal consultant in London.Delighted friends are predicting a summer wedding at the Duke’s stately home Stratfield Saye in Hampshire, and no doubt Elton John and David Furnish will be invited.James credits the singer with launching his career when he gave him a slot on his 2004 tour, and James sang at Elton and David’s wedding. The Caribbean hotspot is normally a mecca for high-rollers who flock to see-in the New Year.(For those keeping count, the beaus were previously believed to be 1:1 on the song tribute ratio for .) Judging by the title alone, "Misery" might come off like a sour break-up anthem -- and since Stefani has previously described her album as running the gamut of her recent series of emotions in pseudo-consecutive order, one might think that the first track, especially so named, would be dedicated to the sads. Well, it could mean that her "You're like drugs to me" line is a snappy hindsight recall of how she felt when she first ended her marriage -- the full scoop on which would apparently "shock" us all because it's "a really good, juicy story." Plus, the "Where'd You Go?Now that we can actually listen to it, though, it The song doesn't sound like some sappy send-off to her ex-husband Gavin Rossdale the way like her first spot-split anthem, "Used to Love You," did. " and "You're in so much trouble" bits could easily reflect some separation anxiety and anger following their split.The judges at the event described his album as "..night music for the digital age.[caption id="attachment_69619" align="alignnone" width="640"] Photo courtesy of James Blake/Facebook[/caption] English singer-songwriter and producer James Blake is prepping the release of his second album , along with a string of worldwide tour dates this spring and summer.On , Blake depended on Brian Eno for an objective, third-person opinion on the course of the album.
By the time of his 2011 debut album, Blake's vocals and piano had become more prominent while traditional song structures became increasingly apparent, reflecting the influence of gospel, soul, and ambient music.
‘It takes a strong person to be able to deal with somebody working in music.
It’s hard when you’re with somebody and you become embroiled in something just because you were seen standing next to someone else.
His second album Overgrown (2013) continued this trend, integrating an electronic approach with balladry and Blake's soul-inflected vocals, and featuring contributions from hip hop artist RZA and electronic musician Brian Eno.
He also co-wrote the album's opening track, "Pray You Catch Me".
, a new single from Gwen Stefani's third solo album has now emerged, and yes, it does fall right in line with her recent history of "life is an open book"-style lyric-slinging.