Mø and Chlöe Howl are featured alongside many rising stars in iTunes' New Artists 2014 list as they predict which musicians will dominate the music scene next year.
iTunes have released their New Artists 2014 list, including Mø and Chlöe Howl.
The largest online music store in the world has picked out its young artists to look out for from the UK and Ireland for next year, with the Danish star and the 'No Strings' hitmaker delighted to be included.
Mø said of the news: ''I'm amazed and shocked by joy that I have been included in the list of iTunes New Artists 2014. This means a lot to me!
''I'm sleepless and anxious but most of all SUPER excited about releasing my debut album, and can't wait for it to finally happen.''
The latter gushed: ''It feels great to be picked as an iTunes New Artists for 2014. Thank you iTunes!
''2013 has gone so quickly, a whole wave of new musical experiences with playing iTunes Festival in September being a massive highlight.
''I am looking forward to the year ahead and everything it has to hold. Whatever that may be.''
George Ezra is also on the list and sees it as ''a huge compliment'' to get such recognition.
He added: ''Being supported by iTunes and knowing that they believe in what it is that I'm creating is a huge compliment. I appreciate it so much and can't wait to share my first album with everyone.''
More information on all the artists picked by can be found on iTunes' New Artists 2014 page itunes.com/newartists.
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