Myspace today announced plans to serialize its video music interviews with new and emerging artists under the moniker "One-Two-Watch." The series debuts today on the social entertainment site with U.K. artist Emeli Sande.
The episode chronicles the Scottish-born singer-songwriter's rise to fame and first-ever American show. Sande won the Critic's Choice at the Brit Awards this year and is opening for Coldplay on their U.S. summer tour.
Screengrab of the Myspace's homepage promoting the debut of its "One-Two-Watch" series with Emeli Sande.
"Myspace was always the place where music fans could hear what was new," said Scott Vener. lead curator for Myspace in a statement. I'm excited to see the brand refocus on this with the 'One-Two-Watch' series."
Vener was previously the music supervisor to "Entourage," "90210" and "How to Make it in America."
"We are excited to see how Myspace's 'One-Two-Watch' series can play its role in breaking our new artists and introducing them to audiences, thirsty for undiscovered music," said Charlotte Robertson, who oversees digital marketing for EMI Music/Capitol Records, in a statement.
Future "One-Two-Watch" episodes will f air monthly in concert with corresponding album release dates. Previous program interviews include interviews with Machine Gun Kelly, The Alabama Shakes and Lana Del Rey.
Fans can catch Myspace's latest "One-Two-Watch" episode at www.myspace.com.