Shaun's Music Minute 1-24-17

Alessia Cara Tops The Pop Songs Chart              

Alessia Cara’s latest single “Scars To Your Beautiful” tops the “Billboard” Pop Songs radio airplay chart this week, making it Alessia’s second number one single.

Cara previously hit number one with her track “Here,” from her debut album “Know It All.” She’s the first artist since Iggy Azalea to have the first two singles from her debut album top the Pop Songs chart. Iggy did it back in 2014 with “Fancy,” featuring Charli XCX, and “Black Widow,” featuring Rita Ora

Mumford & Sons Announce New U.S. Shows              

Mumford & Sons have lined up a few U.S. headlining dates for later this year. The band is set to open for U2 on their 30th anniversary “The Joshua Tree” tour and will also headline the Hangout and Boston Calling festivals, and now they’ve added a few shows to round out their schedule

Mumford & Sons have now announced three new gigs, all of which fall in between the two festival performances. Check out the dates below. Tickets for all three shows go on sale Friday.

May 23rd: Louisville, KY – KFC YUM CentreMay 24th: Burgettstown, PA – KeyBank PavilionMay 25th: Camden, NJ – BB&T Pavilion 

Ed Sheeran Reminisces About His Teen Years In New “Castle On The Hill” Video              

Ed Sheeran gets sentimental in the video for his latest single “Castle on the Hill.” The clip features an Ed lookalike, with the video recounting the singer’s teen years.

The video was even shot in Sheeran's hometown of Framlingham, in Suffolk, England and faithfully recreates the lyrics to the tune, with the lookalike having a blast hanging out with friends, drinking beers and even experiencing his first kiss. It also features Ed himself driving and walking through the countryside of his hometown.

“Castle on the Hill” is one of two singles Ed released from his upcoming album “÷,” which drops March 3rd. 

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