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An emerging teen idol, a Motown-inspired trio, a country singer-songwriter. With 2018 in the bag, we reveal a few acts that are set to break big in the new year.
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Billie Eilish is the most popular artist you′ve probably never heard of (if you have, you′re under the age of 20 or know someone who is). The just-turned 17-year-old singer has already secured 2.5 billion streams thanks to her evocative lyrics, hushed tones, and patented I-don′t-give-a-f--- attitude (see: Eilish′s acclaimed

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