OK Go, the innovative and visually captivating band known for their ingenious music videos, has recently released a euphoric new single titled “This.” The song is making waves not only for its infectious melodies and catchy hooks but also for its inclusion in the Apple Original Film “The Beanie Bubble.” With their signature blend of indie pop-rock, OK Go continues to push creative boundaries, seamlessly integrating music with visual storytelling. In this article, we delve into the details of “This” and its role in the film “The Beanie Bubble,” as well as the band’s enduring appeal.
The third segment of the brilliant Netflix revival series, ‘Top Boy’, has become one of the most anticipated projects in the streaming platform’s history. Featuring production from entertainment stars such as Drake and LeBron James, the first and second series of the Netflix reboot gained critical acclaim for not only their gritty, realistic portrayal of fictional East London estate Summerhouse, but also their brilliant soundtracks. Now, the third series seeks to wrap up all the loose ends and create a thrilling conclusion to one of Netflix’s best shows.
Yesterday, Netflix announced the release date of the smash hit crime drama Top Boy’s soundtrack album. Produced by legendary musician and composer Brian Eno, the new album will come in vinyl, CD and digital format, and will be releasing as early as September 1st for digital release and the 29th for physical formats. This is the first time in its 12-year broadcasting cycle that any music produced for Top Boy will be publicly available for audiences to listen to.
Directed by BAFTA winner Joe Pearlman (Bros: After the Screaming Stops), this all-access documentary follows multi-platinum two-time BRIT Award winning and GRAMMY® nominated artist Lewis Capaldi at a pivotal moment in his career. After achieving unbelievable global success, he returns to his Scottish roots and attempts to reconnect with his old life and the family and friends he left behind.
Four years after solving their first murder mystery, Nick and Audrey Spitz (Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston) are now full-time detectives struggling to get their private eye agency off the ground when they’re invited to celebrate the wedding of their friend the Maharaja (Adeel Akhtar) on his private island.
Murder Mystery 2 launches globally on Netflix on March 31st.
Through state-of-the-art reconstruction based on contemporaneous medical records, ‘Royal Autopsy’ presents a unique investigation into the cause of death of two of Britain’s most famous and historically significant monarchs: King Charles II (d. 6th February, 1685) and Queen Elizabeth I (d. 24th March, 1603).