Subscribers were sent an email with a link to the trailer in the form of a letter from Kevin Spacey's character with the subject heading "A message from President Underwood".
The text of the email reads, "All my life, I've devoted myself to our fine country. Protecting your freedoms is my greatest honor. In dark times like these we must keep our eyes open and watch out for each other.
"As May 30th approaches, I need your loyalty more than ever. Can Claire and I count on you? My staff doesn't believe in propaganda, but we do believe you'll enjoy this video trailer. President Francis J. Underwood" Watch the trailerhere.
According to the numbers, Lamar sold 603,000 copies, with 353,000 being traditional sales. Drake sold an equally impressive 505,000, falling short of Lamar's numbers by 100,000.
Instead of igniting a new rap rivalry, Drake liked the social media post highlighting the numbers and commented, "Amazing to see our music moving!!!"
It seems that Drake, as the world's most-streamed artist on Spotify, has nothing but love for Lamar's latest success. Check out the posthere.
"I know you've been waiting and I'm delighted to announce my new single 'Slow Hands' will be out 4th May ! can't wait for you all to hear it," the singer tweeted.
"Slow Hands" will be the second solo track released from the boy band star, following the release of a song called "This Town" late last year. Check out the cover arthere.
His brother Noel guests on the virtual band's "We Got the Power" and it's a profound appearance for fans of Blur and Oasis. The two bands were locked in a legendary late-90s rivalry, so getting Damon Albarn (of Blur) and Noel (of Oasis) on the same track buries a proxy hatchet.
Liam says the track doesn't live up to David Bowie and Mick Jagger's cover of "Dancing in the Streets," a purely arbitrary standard that must've sounded good to him at the time. In hindsight, that could be the cheesiest moment in both artists' careers.
'Now that dó out of Blur and the creepy one out of Oasis need to hang their heads in shame as it's no 'Dancing In The Streets' - as you were," he tweeted. 'That gobsóe out of Blur might have turned Noel Gallagher into a massive girl but believe you me, next time I see him there's gonna be war." Read morehere.
The suit was filed on Sunday by celebrity trial lawyer Mark Geragos on behalf of Daniel Jung, who is seeking $5 million in damages for "alleged fraud, breach of contract, breach of covenant of good faith and negligent misrepresentation," Variety reports.
Jung is far from the only festivalgoer suing as more than 150 plaintiffs are expected to take part in the lawsuit seeking a minimum of $100 million in damages. Additionally, the suit alleges that the 'festival's lack of adequate food, water, shelter, and medical care created a dangerous and panicked situation among attendees -- suddenly finding themselves stranded on a remote island without basic provisions -- that was closer to 'The Hunger Games' or 'Lord of the Flies' than Coachella." Read morehere.
This video follows the previous release of her music video for her song "No Frauds" earlier this month. Shot by Mert and Marcus, the video features unique underwater scenes and sultry Minaj moments.
Minaj had fun getting her fans excited about the new video on social media, tweeting, "Ok, just got the official word that the #RegretInYourTearsVIDEO will drop at 1pm EST on TIDAL!!!!!!!!!!! 2 1/2 hours!!!!!!! Who's ready?!?!!" Check out the post and a preview of the cliphere.
Now, the "Uptown Funk" singer decided to punch up the Gucci Mane remix one more time with another rap legend, Ludacris. Let's just say the new verse couldn't sound more quintessentially Ludacris: "I'mma light this fireplace, you light some candles," he raps. "If it get too hot, how much you think you can handle?/ Make you melt like ice cream."
There's a nice Tarzan metaphor followed by a promise to treat a lady's body "like it Jell-O." This is romance, "Splash Waterfalls"-style. Can you name a song that wouldn't become instantly more fun with a Ludacris intro? We can't either.
From there, the edit segues into the Gucci Mane remix we already know and love. Listen to the Ludacris addendum to "That's What I Like"here.
'This is a very special moment in the show," Twain said as she introduced Ballerini. The ladies launched into Twain's hit, 'Any Man of Mine," a song Twain said is about 'female assertion" and required a little help from Ballerini.
Twain had another surprise in store for fans. Nick Jonas. 'You're gonna go nuts. He's a new friend of mine," Twain told the crowd. The two launched into Twain's 'Party For Two." The song was originally released in 2004 as two versions: one for pop, featuring Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath and the other for country, featuring Billy Currington.
After the duet, Jonas told the crowd, 'Shania Twain is the reason I'm in music today." Check out fan footage of both performanceshere.
She made the announcement via social media with the following tweet "Some fans across America woke up to a newspaper on their doorstep that features some clues and hints about hopeless."
The post also included an image with the tracklisting which revealed that it will feature guest appearance from Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui on a track called "Strangers," Cashmere Cat on "Hopeless," and Quavo from Migos on a song titled "Lie." See the full tracklistinghere.
The duo of Matthew Brue and David Butler broke through in 2017 with their hit "Middle Finger." "'Everybody Gets High' is the brief summary of my life described in an almost folklore manner," says Matthew Brue.
"Its dark formality builds to the lyrics 'Everybody gets High, why the hell can't I?' which is often a thought I continually fight with." Check out the stream of the new songhere.
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