Meanwhile, Tame Impala's Kevin Parker - who's spent the years since their 2015 album Currents collaborating with Rihanna, Travis Scott, and Kanye West - teased "new sounds" for the group on social media. Previously, only the first weekend was made available online.
Honestly, we should've seen it coming, but just because the 25-year-old will be the youngest ever headliner (!) taking the stage doesn't mean it's a no brainer.
YouTube is fully on board with Coachella's fully fledged plan to live-stream both weekends of their 2019 festival.
Returning to its home at Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, the festival is set to take place over two weekends, April 12 to 14, and April 19 to 21.
TMZ reported that Kayne dropped from the line-up due to a disagreement on stage size and design. Pitchfork has reached out to Kanye's representatives for comment. The festival booked Ariana Grande as his replacement. "The 7" pressing of the single, which comes with her recently released song "Imagine" on the B-side, is available to purchase on her website.
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