Katy Perry Gears Up for a Groovy Ride in ‘Harleys in Hawaii’ Vertical Video

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«There’s pink and purple in the sky-y-y» for Katy Perry’s new vertical video for «Harleys in Hawaii,» which she released Friday (Nov. 8).

Perry makes the single’s album artwork come to life atop the title motorcycle, donning her multicolored floral turtleneck dress, black headband and white-and-yellow floral statement earrings.

The camera pans out to reveal the palm trees perfectly framing the pop star’s shot, which widens enough for fans to see the rest of her ensemble: zebra knee-high boots and a matching mutlicolored floral motorcycle helmet. Unlike the «Harleys in Hawaii» music video she premiered with the single on its original Oct. 16 release, Perry’s latest visual shows off her solo (and equally fabulous) venture.

Watch the breezy clip for «Harleys in Hawaii» below.

This article was originally published by: Billboard

Lana Del Rey Rocks Out With Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino on ‘When I’m With You’ Live: Watch

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Lana Del Rey may have been the headliner in Chicago on Friday night (Nov. 8), but she eagerly shared the stage with a very special guest for one lovely indie rock interlude.

Before her Norman F–king Rockwell tour stop at Chicago’s Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom, Del Rey announced that Bethany Cosentino of Best Coast would be joining her to sing a song or two at the show. Del Rey handed off the lead mic to Cosentino to sing through «When I’m With You» off Best Coast’s 2010 album Crazy For You, and she later took in the performance as a fan herself when Cosentino wowed the crowd with the her 2012 ballad «Up All Night.»

Opener Lucy Dacus came out for a belated encore during Del Rey’s set as well, and sang and strummed «Night Shift» as Del Rey swayed beside her, smitten.

After the show, Cosentino shared videos of the moment, along with some backstage snaps of her and a beaming Del Rey and Dacus, on Instagram.

Watch Cosentino and Del Rey sing «When I’m With You» together below.

This article was originally published by: Billboard