Lollapalooza Announces Lineups For Chile, Argentina, Brasil In 2019
Lollapalooza is greater than only a Chicago staple now. The pageant is taking up South America with three seperate iterations in Chile, Argentina, and Brasil, they usually all characteristic stellar lineups.
Lineups for all of the stops in South America have been simply introduced yesterday, that includes a gentle solid of headliners like Kendrick Lamar, Arctic Monkeys, Twenty One Pilots and Post Malone. Other artists to look on each lineup embrace Sam Smith, Tiësto, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Steve Aoki, Macklemore, Odesza, Greta Van Fleet and extra.
Tickets accessible the hyperlinks under.
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Gorillaz Perform New Snoop Dogg-Featured Song "Hollywood"
While playing a show in Chile last week, Gorillaz's singer Damon Albarn opted to present the concert goers with a special surprise: a brand new song featuring the Doggfather himself.
The song, titled "Hollywood" will be featured on the new Gorillaz album that, according to Albarn, doesn't actually exist.
"If you go and tell anyone that we're putting out an album very soon, then I'll deny it," says Albarn. "Because I didn't say that."
Obviously he's being coy here, as he jumps right into the new song, asking the fans to figure out who wasn't at the concert that was featured on the song.
Lo and behold, midway through the song, Snoop Dogg's voice comes through clear over the speaker, to the excitement the fans in the audience.
"Hollywood", which was first mentioned f-hand in a Billboard interview from last year, was written for the city it's namesake, or really, Albarn's feelings about it. While only rough footage the song exists, Albarn is concerned with issues jealously and vindictiveness on the song.
This isn't the first collaboration between Gorillaz and Snoop Dogg, as the two originally teamed up for the intro track "Welcome To The World Of The Plastic Beach" on the group's third album, fittingly, Plastic Beach. Gorillaz also appeared on the song "Sumethin Like This Night" on Snoop's eleventh album, Doggumentary.
Check out the footage the live performance below. Do the Gorillaz have a hit on their hands, or should they wait a bit longer before dropping a new album?