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TikTok reveals most popular artists and tracks of 2023
TikTok has revealed which are the most popular artists and songs of the year.Hot on the heels of this year’s instalment of Spotify Wrapped, TikTok has revealed which are the best-performing artists of 2023 on the platform.Shared today (December 6) as part of a new report, the social media platform has revealed which artists are the most popular in the UK, and which songs dominated the music scene throughout 2023.According to the results, 13 of 16 Number One tracks on the UK Official Singles Chart since January had a viral moment on TikTok, and 13 of 18 Billboard Hot 100 Number Ones were driven by significant trends on the platform.Lewis Capaldi was one of the top-performing artists of the year and took the top spot as the most viewed artist on the platform throughout the year. He was also followed by other famous faces in pop including Sam Smith, Anne Marie, Ed Sheeran and more.As for the top songs of the year, it was drill anthem ‘Sprinter’ by Central Cee and Dave that claimed the peak position, racking up over 665,000 videos since its release in June. Other contenders for the most popular song on TikTok for 2023 include ‘Collide’ by Justine Skye and Tyga, ‘Cupid – Twin Ver.’ by FIFTY FIFTY and ‘Green Green Grass’ by George Ezra.Find the full list of results below.1. Lewis Capaldi 2. Sam Smith 3. Central Cee4. Anne Marie 5. Ed Sheeran 6. Prinz 7. KSI8. The Rolling Stones 9. Pink Pantheress10. Calvin Harris1. ‘Sprinter’ – Dave & Central Cee (655.3k videos)2. ‘Collide (more sped up)’ – Justine Skye ft. Tyga (3.3M videos)3. ‘Cupid – Twin Ver. – Sped Up Version’ – FIFTY FIFTY (6.2M videos4. ‘Green Green Grass (Sped-Up)’ – George Ezra (1.5M videos)5. ‘Makeba’ – Jain (1.7M videos)6. ‘Pretty (Sped Up)’ – MEYY (1.9M videos)7.
Billie Eilish and Finneas deliver emotional message at ‘Concert for Ukraine’
Billie Eilish and Finneas have delivered a message of support at tonight’s (March 29) ‘Concert For Ukraine’.Announced earlier this month, the two-hour benefit show is raising money for the Disasters Emergency Committee‘s (DEC) Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal and is being held at Resorts World Arena, Birmingham.Eilish appeared via video link with brother Finneas shortly before a performance from the Manic Street Preachers.Eilish said: “Hi everyone, we are so sorry we can’t be there tonight but we still wanted to offer all of our love and support to everyone performing and most importantly to express the support and solidarity with the millions of people who’ve been forced to flee their homes and leave everything behind.”Finneas added: “The charities delivering humanitarian aid are doing a vital job so we want to say thank you to them and thanks to you for giving whatever you can.”Elsewhere in the show, Jamala, who won the  Eurovision Song Contest for Ukraine in 2016, appeared at the concert.Jamala, who was forced to flee her home in the Ukraine two weeks ago, delivered an emotive performance of her Eurovision winning song ‘1944’ holding a Ukrainian flag throughout.Ed Sheeran leads the line-up, and is set to perform along with Camila Cabello, Emeli Sandé, Gregory Porter, Nile Rodgers and Chic, Tom Odell, Anne Marie, Snow Patrol, and Becky Hill.All sponsorship and advertising revenue generated from the broadcast of the event – which is expected to raise over £3million – will be donated by ITV to the DEC fund.
Ed Sheeran, Calvin Harris and more announced for Radio 1’s Big Weekend
Ed Sheeran, Calvin Harris, Aitch, AJ Tracey, Anne Marie, Central Cee, Joel Corry and Yungblud are all set to perform on the main stage on Saturday, May 28 in Coventry.The BBC Music Introducing Stage will welcome Artemas, Celina Sharma, Deyah, Jordan MacKampa, Tamera, Thomas Headon, USNA and Willow Kayne on Saturday and Alfie Indra, Crawlers, Danniella Dee, Hope Tala, Lizzie Esau, Piri & Tommy, Queen Millz and Sad Night Dynamite on Sunday (May 29).It was announced last November last year that Radio 1’s Big Weekend would return in 2022 from May 27-29 after a two-year break. The annual event was held virtually in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-enforced restrictions.The 2019 edition of Big Weekend took place in Middlesbrough, with performances coming from Billie Eilish, Miley Cyrus, The 1975, Foals, Vampire Weekend and more.Some #BigWeekend line-up news! Performing on the Main Stage on Saturday 28th May:✨ @CalvinHarris✨ @EdSheeran✨ @OfficialAitch✨ @ajtracey✨ @AnneMarie✨ Central Cee✨ @JoelCorry✨ @Yungblud Everything you need to know about this year’s event:— BBC Radio 1 (@BBCR1) March 14, 2022Both Ed Sheeran and Anne Marie have told Radio 1 they “can’t wait” to perform at the festival (via BBC), with Sheeran adding: “See you all there!”More names will be revealed in due course, along with the main stage acts for the Sunday edition.There are 8,000 tickets available to purchase for Friday and 39,500 tickets available to purchase, per day for Saturday and Sunday.