The Sugarhill Gang added to Belladrum festival line-up
Scottish star Be Charlotte will also be making a return to the Highland music event.
Legendary American hip-hop stars The Sugarhill Gang have been added to the Belladrum line-up.
The band, which was behind the timeless classic Rapper's Delight, will join emerging singer-songwriter Maisie Peters and Ivor Award-winning Scott Matthews.
Northern Irish artist Bridie Monds-Watson, better known by her stage name Soak, will make her debut at the festival, while rising Scottish starlet Be Charlotte will make a welcome return.
The 21-year-old - whose real name is Charlotte Brimner - recently released her first single with a major record label and embarked on a tour of schools across the country to help inspire the next generation of Scots artists.
Other acts added to the bill include Glasgow rockers The Ninth Wave, Edinburgh indie-rock outfit Vistas, Leith tropical-popsters Indigo Velvet, and Scots singer Stephanie Cheape.
Festival promoter Joe Gibbs said: "We are over the moon with the response we have had of our line-up announced to date and with the addition of bona fide legends The Sugarhill Gang and some really exciting new talent, this is shaping up to be the strongest Bella to date."
With only a few months to go, Belladrum is down to its final 200 tickets and is expected to sell out within the next few days.
Manchester band Elbow will headline the opening night of the Highland event - which is set to be out of this world as it takes on a sci-fi theme this year.
Scottish synth-pop group Chvrches will headline the Garden Stage on the Friday, while Jess Glynne will bring the festival to a close on the Saturday.
The festival, which will take place between August 1-3 within Belladrum Estate near Beauly in Inverness-shire, will also welcome unstoppable Scottish artist Lewis Capaldi, solo superstar Tom Odell, iconic guitar legend Johnny Marr, and fan favourites Colonel Mustard & The Dijon Five.
Once again, Belladrum will donate money to charity and the main benefactor for 2019 will be the Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH).
Donations will be collected in memory of Frightened Rabbit's Scott Hutchison after the band was due to headline the Hothouse stage in 2018.
Following the singer's death last year, the festival instead paid tribute by playing the band's 2008 album, The Midnight Organ Fight, in full accompanied by a video message.
Tickets to Belladrum are on sale now.