Jessica Lucas plays an aspiring ballet dancer whose huge balloon body exclude her from realizing her dream of becoming a professional dancer. Chris Martin is a janitor, sweeping up a theater housing the ballet.
The band also offered to ante up even more money if they can play in the actual game and covert the whole thing into a soccer match.
While all three acts have the stage presence and worldwide hits necessary for the big show, are they willing to pay for the privilege?
CBS RADIO and Beats Music have teamed up to present fans a special evening with Coldplay at The Theatre at Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, Sept. 17
“She has so many amazing people writing for her. It’s like trying to win American Idol, getting a song on Rihanna’s album,” Martin said.
Coldplay have never been shy about their intentions of fixing those who need a little help, but now the band is putting their money where their mouth is.
The clip follows Grey as she flies down to Mexico City, capturing images of her leaving the hotel and going to the festival grounds, chilling in the backstage area before taking the stage to a packed crowd rocking out to her selections.
While the soaring new remix isn’t released until July 14, Hardwell is sharing a more than two and a half minute preview via Soundcloud. Listen to it here.
The video shows Coldplay frontman Chris Martin walking down the streets of Sydney looking like a street performer with an acoustic guitar with flowers attached, harmonica, and drum kit on his back.
Being the official First Lady of Top Dawg Entertainment–home to Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q and Ab-Soul–has its drawbacks, as SZA explained to Radio.com over the phone last week.
“This whole thing [music] is crazy, I can’t believe we’re allowed to do it. I could not have asked for a more dreamy job. Despite all the weird stuff that comes with it, everyday I feel so grateful.”
Thanks to iTunes, fan can hear the whole thing a week before its official release.
In front of dangling paper stars, Martin sang the rather somber song, which samples his daughter Apple’s voice.
Avicii’s imprint can be heard all over the track, from the majestic piano lines to the pounding bass drum that propels the song forward.
“The idea of ghost stories for me was: how do you let the things that happen to you, your ghosts, how do you let them affect your present and your future?” Martin said.
The first of a four part series with Chris Martin could be martin’s most revealing interview to date.