Gwyneth Paltrow and Beyonce Sing on Coldplay’s New Album

By Meghna Subhedhar | 1 year ago
Gwyneth Paltrow and Beyonce Sing on Coldplay’s New Album
Coldplay a head full of dreams

Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow should seriously look into getting back together because they sound so good together. Chris Martin’s band Coldplay is all ready to drop a new album – countdown is at T minus 2 weeks now even as we speak – and Gwyneth Paltrow has supplied the vocals for a song called Everglow, because, guess what, she wrote it for him. And the song sounds marvelous as is expected of them. And there is even bigger news; Beyonce and her daughter Blue Ivy are also going to sing on the album. Wait, what? R&B mixes with Rock? But stranger things have happened in the past, and this is going to be one hell of a Christmas season for Coldplay fans!

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So we heard from Elle and Time.com that Coldplay are going to drop an album soon and the first look came from Zane Lowe radio show. The album is titled “A head full of dreams.” Apparently, Gwyneth Paltrow had a killer idea for a song and decided to write it for Chris Martin and his boys.

Don’t ask us how these two have managed to stay friends even after sharing a wonderful marriage and then breaking up. It must be the “concious uncoupling” thing that Paltrow keeps talking about. We are surprised that it works. But looking at Paltrow and Chris Martin, it just shows that it really does work. Anyway, the song is available through itunes on the Zane Lowe channel and can also be found on Coldplay’s website here. It sounds wonderful, doesn’t it?

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The album is supposed to contain songs that were written about Jennifer Lawrence too. We know it is only a rumor, but we thought it was worth reporting here. Apparently, Chris Martin’s on again, off again relationship with J Law inspired him to pen a song for her. It’s just a rumor, but worth mentioning here.

So if you are a Gwyneth Paltrow fan, or a Jennifer Lawrence fan, or even a Beyonce fan, this album is worth collecting.

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