Adele is everywhere right now, promoting her new album 25. The first song off the album is called Hello, and it’s, well, the same old schmaltzy crap we have come to expect from Adele.
“When trying to explain something important, make sure your presentation doesn’t resemble a dream journal made by a serial killer using clip art.” – YT
“Today, November 24, Google is celebrating the 41st anniversary of the discovery of a pile of bones by paleoanthropologists working in Ethiopia with a Google Doodle.
Google has teamed up with Lucasfilm and Disney to help promote the new Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens. Because, let’s face it, this is one film that needs all the help it can get.
That’s me being sarcastic, obviously, as I doubt there are many people alive right now who aren’t aware that another Star Wars film is being released soon.
Adele is absolutely everywhere at the moment, with the British singer seeking to promote her long-awaited new album, 25. She probably doesn’t need to persuade anyone to buy it, but she’s doing it nonetheless.
Still, when her promotional efforts are this clever, it’s hard to begrudge her getting some viral traction online.
“Black Friday: The day invented by people who sell things to lure the people who buy things away from their families on one of the only nationally recognized holiday weekends on the calendar.” – YT
Duets are a great way for singers, both old and new, to make headlines and increase their fan bases, with fans of both artists promoting the performance on social networks.
This is true of Demi Lovato and Alanis Morissette, who teamed up to perform You Oughta Know at the American Music Awards (AMAs) on Sunday.
“As much or as little as they want.” No? Huh.
Come on now. We all knew it was coming. It’s not a spoiler.