The remix of the violet-hued love song comes just two weeks after Swift dropped the dreamy “Lavender Haze” music video, which she directed and co-starred alongside the sultry model and trans activist Laith Ashley. “This one really helped me conceptualize the world and mood of Midnights, like a sultry sleepless 70’s fever dream. Hope you like it,” Swift said of the inspiration behind the music video.
The original song, which was co-written by Swift, Jack Antonoff, actress Zoë Kravitz, Mark Anthony Spears, Jahaan Akil Sweet & Sam Dew, opens the 12-time Grammy winner’s 10th studio album, Midnights. With the album, Swift made one of the most historic weeks in the 64-year history of the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, as she became the first artist to claim the survey’s entire top 10 in a single frame. “Lavender Haze” clocked in at No. 2, just behind lead single “Anti-Hero.”
Recent news — quarterly earnings releases and a major investment — had big impacts on some music companies’ stocks Thursday (Feb. 9). Warner Music Group shares fell 4.3% to $35.09 and dropped as much as 10.5% during the day following the company’s fiscal first quarter earnings release Thursday. Warner’s revenue fell 7.8% (2.7% at constant currency) to $1.48 billion and net income fell 34% to $124 million. A relatively light […]
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