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Aimée Ann Duffy (born 23 June 1984), known as Duffy, is a Welsh singer-songwriter and occasional actress. Her 2008 debut album "Rockferry" entered the UK Album Chart at number one. It was the best-selling album in the United Kingdom in 2008 with 1.68 million copies sold. The album was certified several times Platinum and sold over 6 million copies worldwide, spawning the hits "Mercy" and "Warwick Avenue". With "Mercy", Duffy became the first Welsh female in 25 years to achieve number-one on the UK Singles Chart.
November 29, 2010
Duffy has said she is not troubled by her recent chart flop with comeback single ‘Well Well Well’. The single entered the UK Chart at a disappointing 41 - a step back from the singer’s previous number one hits. Read more
October 8, 2010
Duffy has been inspired by hip-hop on her forthcoming second album, 'Endlessly'. The Welsh singer worked with The Roots and Albert Hammond Snr on the effort, due out next month. Read more
September 16, 2010
Duffy has revealed that her second album will be called 'Endlessly'. The LP is released on November 29 and will be preceded by the single 'Well, Well, Well' on November 21. Read more
January 26, 2010
Blur's manager Chris Morrison has hit out at Duffy's Diet Coke advert calling it “abysmal.” Morrison was speaking at the MIDEM music conference in Cannes about how musicians should think carefully before associating themselves with brands. Read more
April 21, 2009
Coldplay, Elbow and The Last Shadow Puppets have all been nominated for Ivor Novello awards. Duffy and the relatively unknown songwriter, Nick Hemming, who fronts The Leisure Society, have also received nominations. Read more
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