Kylie Minogue announces brand-new single My Oh My

The track comes ahead of Kylie's headline BST Hyde Park performance this weekend
Kylie Minogue My Oh My new single

Kylie Minogue has announced details of her brand-new single My Oh My ahead of her headline BST Hyde Park performance this Saturday, July 13.

The track will feature Bebe Rexha and Tove Lo, with the trio confirming the collab on social media.

My Oh My follows the chart-topping success of Kylie's 2023 album Tension, and will receive its first radio play on Zoe Ball's BBC Radio 2 breakfast show tomorrow morning (July 11).

Announcing the single, Kylie said: "MY OH MY. It’s new music time Lovers!! Tune in to @BBCRadio2 from 8:30am tomorrow for the world exclusive first play with Zoeeee. Ps … I see you doing your detective work and being all creative."

Kylie Minogue My Oh My single artwork

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The track comes ahead of Kylie's headline BST Hyde Park performance this Saturday, July 13.

The icon will play the festival alongside Marina, Anitta, Ella Henderson, Altégo, Tom Rasmussen, Fred Roberts, Blusher, Say Now and Grace Gachot.

Kylie Minogue Tension

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To date, Kylie boasts an impressive 53 Official Top 40 singles, including seven UK chart-toppers: Especially For You (1988), Hand On Your Heart (1989), Tears On My Pillow (1990), Spinning Around (2000), Can't Get You Out Of My Head (2001) and Slow (2003).

When is Kylie Minogue's My Oh My released?

Kylie Minogue's My My My was released July 11 via BMG.

When is Kylie Minogue performing at BST Hyde Park?

Kylie will play BST Summertime Hyde Park on Saturday, July 13.

Are Bebe Rexha and Tove Lo featured on Kylie Minogue's My Oh My?

They are indeed. Eagle-eyed fans initially spotted Kylie, Bebe and Tove Lo all posting My Oh My teaser visuals on their social media channels, before the trio confirmed the team-up in a video clip.

LISTEN to My Oh My by Kylie Minogue below

 

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Gery

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It's hilarious seeing Al-Kylieda talk about her recent award "wins" after spending so many years trying to convince us (and themselves) they didn't matter after decades of Kylie being ignored.  The fact her team / record company have been pimping and shoehorning her into awards ceremonies she has no business being in is laughable, especially when you take into account her lack of chart success bar two countries. I wouldn't be surprised if the awards for "global Icon" were given out of a combination of pity and bribery - paid for by team Kylie, a small group of delusionals having a hard time grasping the truth and reality. Anyone with a fully functioning brain-cell will tell you she is FAR from global, a couple of top 10's in the US over the course of 4 decades does not equate to "global" icon. The award she received for Padam at the EMA's and Aria were fan voted, so it shouldn't come as a surprise her obsessive and quite frankly nutty fanbase were proxy voting in droves in order to manipulate the voting process and overide the competition. The number one album (Pension) that Kylie's fans love to parade as some sort of masterpiece dropped out of the charts quicker than a Ray of Light, and I predict this new single will perform just as badly as the previous single with Orville Peck did. It's quite obvious that the novelty song Padam was nothing but a fluke directed at the mentally challenged. Thank God it's quickly being forgotten.

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bobbysandison

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Oh dear @Thomay26 - say that to the Grammys, ARIA, MTV EMA’s, The Brits & Billboard just some of the awards Padam & No1 album Tension gained in Kylies record breaking 5th decade in music. 


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Thomsy26

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Dear god! Not another flop collab from the queen of mediocrity?! Sometimes less is more. The over egged Padam (a minor hit nowhere except the UK) was a bit of a fluke, since then its been naf collab after naf collab. Remember why Kylie fans used to drag Madonna for working with Britney & Nikki Minage??? Someone needs to tell her to take a few years off instead of pumping out generic, bland, album after album with Z list collaborators. Seriously?? Less is more. 

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djcarbines

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Let's face it, even these "Z-list" collaborators have had more UK success than Madonna over the last 15 years. Even Kylie herself admits Padam was a fluke. Most hits are.

Even #1s are relatively minor hits these days. The sheer number of weeks on chart per the biggest hits shows this. The odd million seller spread out over 2-3 years now instead of 15-30 weeks in the physical era.

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itsnoodleszn_

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yeah the difference is when collabing with new artists, madonna chooses to collab with very popular acts. you mentioned nicki and britney already, but i’d also add playboi carti, the weeknd, sam smith and justin timberlake.

kylie is collabing with two acts who can’t get a hit by themselves anymore. i mean look at the sales for bebe’s albums, they’re dismal

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Gery

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Dua and Sia weren't popular artists?

It's rather strange to compare Madonna to Tove and Bebe, considering they haven't been in the game that long. None of their albums troubled the UK top 15, let alone #1 like MDNA, or 2: Rebel Heart and Madame X.


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Gery

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@Thomsy26,

Couldn't agree more. Kylie's fans were never the sharpest tools in the box, so I love how everything they mock Madonna for always backfires and happens to Kylie.

Madonna's collaborations look like A-listers next to this pitiful list...

Bebe, Tove Lo, Orville Peck, Oliver Heldens, Jake Shears, The Wiggles, Hurts, Jason Donovan, Towa Tei, Taio Cruz, Sam Sparro, Jack Soveretti, Keith Washington, Jessie Ware, Years & Years, Sigala, Mika. lol