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Spring FestivalPhotos from Sunday 24th May at The Hungry Horse in Broughton with MKFM Read More
Get Vocal At The Social - HeatsPhotos, video and audio of the heats of our singing competition at MK Social Read More
Get Vocal At The Social - FinalPhotos, video and audio from the final of our singing competition at MK Social on Thursday 21/5/15 Read More
Voluntary Sector ReceptionMK Community Foundation organised a special event for local volunrary organisations and charities on Thursday 14/5/15 - photos and audio here Read More
MK Election DebatesWatch and listen again to the Milton Keynes North and South election debates broadcast live on MKFM here Read More
MK Food & Leisure Awards 2015Check out the winners from the event at Woburn Sculpture Gallery on Sunday 10th May 2015 with MKFM Read More
Hazeley Academy MKFM Dropdown DayThe whole of Year 10 from Hazeley Academy produced their own radio shows with MKFM on Monday 11th May 2015 - listen to the podcasts here Read More
VE Day CommemorationPhotos from the commemoration of VE Day in Milton Keynes in 2015 Read More
Love Bletchley Day 9/5/15Photos from Love Bletchley Day and the opening of the bandstand on Saturday 9th May 2015 with MKFM Read More
MK's Conservative MPs re-electedMark Lancaster and Iain Stewart have been re-elected to represent MK in the Commons. Photos, videos and audio here. Read More
Azealia Banks has signed a record deal with Universal Music.
The rapper, who came third in the BBC Sound of 2012 list, confirmed the news on her Twitter page.
She wrote: "God just dealt me a new hand today I reaaaaaaaaaaallllly good hand. I am now officially signed to Universal Music.
"Wow I just wanna drink a million bottles of champagne and do a million bell kicks right now. Album in May? June possibly?"
Banks, who is from New York, rose to prominence with her single 212 which began receiving attention from bloggers and music critics in September.
The video for it has since had more than 2.5m hits on YouTube.
Earlier this year, the 20-year-old made the top five on the BBC's Sound of 2012 list - alongside winner Michael Kiwanuka, Frank Ocean, Skrillex and Niki & The Dove.
The annual list aims to highlight the year's most promising new artists and is compiled using tips from music tastemakers.