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Interview with Sabrina Carpenter

19th May 2017 | Music

The world of pop music is difficult - and that’s not just because you always have to look, sound and act like an absolute superstar (easier for some than others).

Sabrina Carpenter seems to have it nailed.

The pop star (and soon to be pop sensation) became well-known as one of the leads on Disney Channel’s hit show Girl Meets World, from 2014 until 2016. Whilst shining in the spotlight, she also released a string of 100% certified pop bangers - and that’s when our ears pricked up.

(P.S. Real fans will also know that she made a cameo on Disney Channel’s Austin & Alley and even danced as a coach on Just Dance Kids 2)

In 2015 she released her debut album Eyes Wide Open featuring the single (wait for it)… Eyes Wide Open and suddenly she became known as more than just ‘that girl off the TV and Just Dance Kids 2’ and as ‘that fierce pop star who is going to be massive’.

Last year she released the follow-up, Evolution featuring the song that has set her (and our) world on fire: Thumbs.

In the midsts of this, she has also toured a sold out Evolution Tour, and supported Ariana Grande and The Vamps. And, it was during the latter that James Gilmore sat down with Sabrina Carpenter to talk about music, performing live and if he could on tour with her.

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

James Gilmore interviews Sabrina Carpenter

James Gilmore interviews pop star Sabrina Carpenter to talk about music, performing live and if he can go on tour with her. (15 minutes)

Myles McCaulskey's Top 5: Wednesday 17th May

18th May 2017 | Music

Every week, Myles McCaulskey picks his Top 5 favourite hip-hop tracks that he's been listening to over the past week. We reveal the list right here, every Wednesday.

1. Sean Paul – Body (feat. Migos)

Sean Paul is moving like DJ Khaled these days! Assembling the biggest artists of the moment and making hit songs out of it! The verses from Takeoff and Quavo are fire on this one!

2. Meek Mill – Left Hollywood

Meek is back to his best and keeps up the momentum after dropping Dreamchasers 4 last year. When Meek raps over these calm beats it’s hard for anyone to fault him to be honest.

3. J Hus – Clartin

This one was a tough choice. There’s so many tracks off his album, Common Sense, that could have made the list. Maybe this week should have been a top 10! I wanted to add Fisherman, Plottin, Leave Me, Sweet Cheeks & Bouff Daddy to the list, but Clartin has the most wheel ups for me thus far!

4. Calvin Harris – Rollin (feat. Khalid & Future)

Calvin Harris with another one of these mad collaborations! I’m feeling this one more than Heatstroke to be fair & Khalid steals this one for me over Future!

5. Lethal Bizzle – Hold You (feat. MoStack)

If you listened back to my interview with Lethal Bizzle you would have heard me tell him that I think this should be his next single from his EP! MoStack moves mad on this one!

You can hear Myles McCaulskey exclusively on W!ZARD Radio Station, every Saturday from 4pm (UK time). Hear his latest episode on W!ZARD Repeats, here.

Interview with Olivia Holt & MYBADD

14th May 2017 | Music

Ex-Disney Channel actors are a rare breed… some of them you never hear from ever again, whereas others become true legends and icons.

It feels like Olivia Holt will be falling into the latter category.

Olivia Holt first gained fame by starring in the lead role in Disney Channel’s hit show Kickin’ It as well as I Didn’t Do It. From there, she has ventured into music with her debut EP ‘Olivia’ coming out in 2016.

Now, she’s all grown up and is in an absolute pop banger (and we don’t say those words lightly). The collaboration, with British producer MYBADD is sure to become a Summer hit.

James Gilmore sat down with Olivia Holt and MYBADD to talk collaborations and what’s to come.

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

James Gilmore interviews Olivia Holt & MYBADD

James Gilmore interviews pop star Olivia Holt and producer MYBADD about their collaboration and what's to come. (5 minutes)