This is The Five, our weekday rundown of five things that we are loving, can’t wait for or are truly obsessed with!
On May 29, the digital release of Supertonic, featuring new remixes of nine Diana Ross classics, will be released by Motown/UMe. Supertonic also will be available June 26 on CD and crystal-clear vinyl. The tracklist has finally been revealed.
- I’m Coming Out / Upside Down
- Love Hangover
- The Boss
- Ain’t No Mountain High Enough
- No One Gets The Prize
- It’s My House
- Touch Me in the Morning
- Remember Me
Listen to “Love Hangover (2020 Eric Kupper Remix)” below.
Lucas Loyola. Just because.
Funny lady Sarah Cooper is back with another spot-on video featuring the Mayor of Las Vegas in How to Mayor of Las Vegas.
One show that you should be watching is Hulu’s Normal People.
Based on Sally Rooney’s best-selling novel, Normal People is an exquisite, modern love story about how one person can unexpectedly change another person’s life and about how complicated intimacy can be. It follows Marianne and Connell over several years, as they embark on an on-again/off-again romance that starts at school and continues through college, both testing their relationship as they explore different versions of themselves.
The series stars Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal and packs on big emotional wallop. So be prepared!
The Dixie Chicks have released a new song from their forthcoming Gaslighter album called “Julianna Calm Down.”
Produced with Jack Antonoff, the song is a message to young women (it’s named after Emily Strayer’s daughter) on how to stand up for themselves in cruel relationships. “Julianna, calm down/You know he’s about to leave but don’t panic,” singer Natalie Maines sings. “Don’t give him the satisfaction that you can’t handle it/Breathe.” Later, she intones, “Put on your best shoes, and strut the fuck around like you’ve got nothing to lose.”