N.E.R.D's latest single, "1000" (featuring Future), is a boisterous anthem, and the song's accompanying video is equally riotous, with its imagery of anarchy, protest and defiant behavior throughout.
The Future-assisted track is the follow up to the smash that is "Lemon", a track that landed the group their first-ever Hot 100 entry.
Federal Bill Would End Forced Arbitation Of Sexual Harassment Claims
Stefanik, a Republican, is co-sponsoring the bill with other members of Congress, including Democratic U.S. Lawmakers say this bill is just one step in addressing the broader issue of sexual harassment.
The five-minute video begins with the disclaimer, "N*E*R*D and Columbia Records do not support or condone violence in any shape or form".
The video then goes right into a series of images showing real-life news footage of past riots, rallies and police brutality in America.
American Airlines: We now have enough pilots for December
The spokesman said the details of the agreement will be released later Friday, after it's circulated to the pilots. The carrier's shares closed down 2.95% at $49 on Friday.
The legendary R&B/hip-hop project soared back into the view earlier this year, with N.E.R.D. set to release "NO_ONE EVER REALLY DIES" on December 15th.
N.E.R.D.is comprised of Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo and Shay Haley.
Son Of Ex-Democratic Governor Enters Texas Governor's Race
Like the rest of the Democratic contenders, White faces long odds in unseating Republican Gov. White joins a crowded field of Democratic candidates running in the spring primary.