Dwayne Johnson Reveals Workout Playlist for New Under Armour Campaign

"The Iron Paradise Tour" collection is the latest release from The Rock's on-going partnership with Under Armour, and is inspired by the actor's love of rock and roll

Dwayne Johnson Reveals Workout Playlist for New Under Armour Campaign

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is no stranger to the gym (obviously) and now, the actor and entrepreneur is giving fans a glimpse into his gym playlist, as part of his latest collaboration with Under Armour.

The Rock’s new apparel and accessories collection, dubbed “The Iron Paradise Tour,” is inspired by rock and roll and his own love for music. As part of the launch, The Rock unveiled a new workout playlist that includes classic rock hits like “Black Betty” by Ram Jam, “Hotel California” by The Eagles, and “Rock & Roll Band” by Boston. A number of rap and hip-hop tracks made the list as well, including 2Pac’s “No More Pain,” Kanye West’s “Black Skinhead,” and “Rake It Up,” from Yo Gotti and Nicki Minaj.

The playlist also includes a new song, titled “Get Up On My Level.” Performed by rapper Mike Zombie and singer Aja Elan, the song was co-written by The Rock’s wife, recording artist and songwriter Lauren Hashian, and will appear in social campaigns for the new collection.

“The Iron Paradise Tour” collection is the latest release from The Rock’s on-going partnership with Under Armour, which includes everything from bags and sneakers to wireless earbuds. Under Armour says the music-inspired collection “emphasizes music’s ability to impact your attitude, mindset, and drive. Music pushes out doubt and blocks the noise to help you break through barriers.”

Pricing for the new collection starts at $13 for socks to $140 for a new colorway of Under Armour’s best-selling Project Rock 3 training shoes. Pieces are available in sizes for men, women and kids. Shop The Rock’s full collection at UnderArmour.com and see his full workout playlist on Spotify.

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Coldplay Beam Into Space for Otherworldly Premiere of New Song ‘Higher Power’

Coldplay went out of this world -- literally -- for the premiere of their new single "Higher Power."

Coldplay Beam Into Space for Otherworldly Premiere of New Song ‘Higher Power’

Coldplay went out of this world — literally — for the premiere of their new single “Higher Power.”

The British rock band beamed the first performance of “Higher Power,” replete with dancing alien holograms, to French ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet on Thursday (May 6) before the song arrived on terrestrial platforms via Parlophone/Atlantic. Pesquet is currently serving as mission commander aboard the International Space Station, where he listened to the track for the first time.

The empowering Max Martin-produced hymn prods each listener to tap into their potential and find their greater purpose with its punchy, spacey synths, which can feel like a scarier deep dive than actual space exploration.

Frontman Chris Martin expanded on this to Pesquet, saying he believes “it’s safer” for humans to scrutinize life on different planets because they’re too scared to look at life on Earth with the same lens. “Really it’s one big allegory,” Martin adds. “The song is about trying to find the astronaut in all of us, the person that can do amazing things.”

But where the actual recording came about is much more commonplace, according to Martin’s interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe. “It came on a kitchen sink. A bathroom sink. And then the title, ‘Higher Power,’ had been around for a while. If you go on my phone, there’s like 15 abandoned Higher Powers that aren’t that good. Voice notes,” he said. “And then it just dropped through that song. On a keyboard that my friend’s friend lent me. Because of where we were staying, there wasn’t a piano. So I was super grateful.”

And in T-minus three days, Coldplay will perform “Higher Power” on American Idol for the “Coldplay Songbook & Mother’s Day Dedication” episode Sunday. The band will also open the 2021 Brit Awards on Tuesday with the new single.

“Higher Power” is the first taste of Coldplay’s yet-untitled ninth album, which the band has been teasing via a worldwide viral campaign under the guise of AlienRadio.

Watch the premiere of “Higher Power” from high above and listen to the song below.

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