WWE Superstar R-Truth just released a new music video, and I feel that it really deserves an extensive breakdown into a serious musical critique. The rest of the video plays heavily off of the âI love cars and ignoring basic driving safety and my dude friends and dancing in parking lotsâ trap music trope (trape?).
"Carpool Karaoke," the viral late-night television skit in which celebrities from Adele to Michelle Obama sing along in a moving car, is expanding to Apple Music. The tech giant and CBS television, which broadcasts the recurring segment as part of "The Late Late Show with James Corden," announced Tuesday that "Carpool Karaoke" will become a 16-episode series for Apple Music. Corden will still air "Carpool Karaoke" on his show but a new version -- with a host to be determined - will appear on Apple Music, the company's streaming service launched last year.
The pop diva was in the running for 11 awards at MTV's annual extravaganza, which will take place August 28 in New York's Madison Square Garden, a shift from the more common venue in Los Angeles. Adele came in second with eight nominations. All but seven were for the chart-topping English balladeer's "Hello," which with more than 1.6 billion views is the fifth most watched video ever on YouTube.