Gary Barlow is back with his first solo album in seven years this week. Music Played By Humans sees the Take That frontman collaborated with the likes of Michael Buble, Alesha Dixon and James Corden backed by a 60-piece orchestra. To commemorate the release, we've looked back at the former X Factor head judge's biggest solo hits.
Steps are back and better than ever with new album What The Future Holds. The poptastic record features tracks written and produced by the likes of Sia, Greg Kurstin and MNEK. Read our interview with the band about this new era.
Miley Cyrus originally intended not to make a new album any time soon and to focus on standalone singles, but then changed her mind and promised a collection inspired by Britney Spears and Metallica. That album is Plastic Hearts, out digitally and on CD this week, that features Top 5 smash Midnight Sky and potential Top 10 hit Prisoner with Dua Lipa, plus further collaborations with Joan Jett and Billy Idol.
A huge British collaboration also drops this week, featuring one of the country's fastest-rising producers and one of our most successful ever girl groups. While it might be time for tiers (again) Nathan Dawe & Little Mix hope there's No Time For Tears, which promises to be an uplifting dance anthem.