Not like Ticketmaster, there is not any unhealthy blood between Taylor Swift and ILLENIUM.
She’s tapped the Grammy-nominated dance music celebrity for an official remix of “Anti-Hero,” the lead single from her tenth studio album, Midnights. And ILLENIUM does what he does finest, reworking the synth-pop observe right into a hovering future bass anthem.
The high-profile remix arrives as ILLENIUM data his fifth album, which he revealed in September. Take a pay attention under.
In the meantime, Midnights has damaged every kind of data, changing into Spotify’s most-streamed album in a single day after its launch. But it surely hasn’t come with out controversy.
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Swift partnered with Ticketmaster to supply her superfans early entry to tickets for her “Eras” tour. Nonetheless, a glitch within the firm’s Verified Fan program led to pandemonium for Swifties, a lot of whom obtained error messages or discovered themselves trapped within the queue for hours.
Ticketmaster finally launched statement attributing the debacle to “traditionally unprecedented demand.” Attributable to a staggering 3.5 million pre-registers, Swift’s group then added extra exhibits and tickets, inviting roughly 1.5 million to take part within the pre-sale with the opposite 2 million on a ready record, per Yahoo Leisure.
On high of the explosive demand, the pre-sale turned the goal of “bot assaults,” in line with Ticketmaster. The system was inundated with 3.5 billion requests, which was round 4 occasions greater than the corporate had ever skilled. They ended up promoting 2 million tickets on Tuesday, probably the most they’ve ever offered for an artist in a single day.