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Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker pays tribute to “absolute weapon” Dua Lipa

Kevin Parker has praised his collaborator Dua Lipa as an “absolute weapon” upon the release of her new studio album, ‘Radical Optimism’.The ...

Kevin Parker has praised his collaborator Dua Lipa as an “absolute weapon” upon the release of her new studio album, ‘Radical Optimism’.

The Tame Impala frontman co-produced and co-wrote the singer’s third record – the follow-up to 2020’s ‘Future Nostalgia’ – which arrived today (May 3). He worked on the 11-track project alongside the likes of Danny L. Harle, Tobias Jesso Jr. and Caroline Ailin.

Writing on Instagram this afternoon, Parker said: “Happy release day to this mind blower of an album and congrats to the absolute weapon herself.”

He continued: “Don’t think I’ve ever been so proud of something I’ve worked on on release day. Shout out to the rest of the geniuses too❤️. Infinitely grateful to be a part of it. Have a listen you guys… @dualipa.”


The musician and producer attached the album artwork as well as some behind-the-scenes photos of himself in the studio with Lipa and co. You can check out the post below.

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In a recent interview with Apple Music, Lipa explained how she had “manifested” working with Parker early on in her career.


“When I was writing my first album, I was kind of having thoughts about my third album – jumping [ahead],” she said. “But I thought that by the third album, I would maybe be deserving of working with Tame Impala.

“And that was written down. I had that in my notes of like, ‘That’d be cool’. And I remember talking to my A&R and my close friend Joe Kentish, and I was like, […] ‘Third album, maybe I could work with Kevin Parker’.”

Lipa went on to praise Tame Impala’s 2015 album ‘Currents’, saying that the LP “completely shook” her. “So that was something that I’d written down for album three,” she added.

The singer also said she had “manifested” headlining Glastonbury Festival “by album three”. She even hinted that Parker could “maybe” join her on stage when she tops the bill on Worthy Farm next month.

Lipa explained last month that working with Parker and co. in the studio on ‘Radical Optimism’ “made it feel like a band”.

Elsewhere, the pop star credited Parker and Harle with contributing to the “eureka moment” on her new album.

At the start of this year, the Tame Impala leader called Lipa a “brutal” editor while recalling the lengthy process of making the record’s lead single ‘Houdini’.

“I’d kind of recoil in horror and go, ‘Oh, no, it’s a great verse!'” Parker remembered. “But then an hour later, we’d have something that I can’t imagine not being in the song.”

Last November, Lipa said Tame Impala’s ‘Currents’ “completely changed [her] life”.

“In terms of things that I’m obsessed with, ‘Currents’ has been the soundtrack to my life,” she told Triple J. “It’s one of my favourite albums ever ever ever. [It] was kind of like the gateway drug for me into Tame Impala.”

She continued: “I’ve always looked up to [Parker] as someone that I’m really inspired by and [he] has always been on my dream board of people to work with.”

Tame Impala and Lipa both contributed to the official Barbie soundtrack last year with ‘Journey To The Real World’ and ‘Dance The Night’, respectively.

Meanwhile, Lipa is reportedly planning to use footage from Glastonbury 2024 for a new documentary film.

In a three-star review of ‘Radical Optimism’, NME wrote: “The album’s beachy vibes feel suited to a festival field’s carefree disposition. You just wish there was a little more to these songs.”

Dua Lipa will showcase her new material at a one-off concert at the historic Royal Albert Hall in London this October, following a run of European shows in the summer.

Nicole Ari Parker Collabs on the Sweetest Mother's Day Gift with Jergens and Jewelry Brand Adina Eden (Exclusive)

The 'Sex and the City' star co-designed a limited-edition Adina Eden bracelet inspired by Jergens Skincare's Original Scent Cherry Almond scent. Here's how to get it.Nicole Ari Parker is celebrating moms and mother figures in an extra-special way this Mother’s Day.The actress, entre...

The 'Sex and the City' star co-designed a limited-edition Adina Eden bracelet inspired by Jergens Skincare's Original Scent Cherry Almond scent. Here's how to get it.

Nicole Ari Parker is celebrating moms and mother figures in an extra-special way this Mother’s Day.

The actress, entrepreneur and mom, 53, has co-designed a bracelet with jewelry brand Adina Eden — and the inspiration is sweet, to say the least.

The limited-edition bracelet’s design was influenced by none other than beauty brand Jergens Skincare's iconic Cherry Almond scent.

Parker says collaborating on the Jergens x Adina Eden bracelet was a “no brainer.”

“When I got the call, I said yes right away. [The opportunity] to celebrate moms and all the mother figures in our lives was a no-brainer. And Jergens is such an iconic brand with an iconic scent that it brought up all these good memories, so when they asked me to design a bracelet with Adina Eden, I jumped at the chance.”

Parker says that her first memory of Jergens Skincare is associated with very special moments in her childhood.

“[I remember] my grandmother rubbing it on my elbows and knees, my mom getting me ready for church. It just was just associated with feeling good and being loved,” she says.

To this day, she’s obsessed with the scent, which in 2023, after years of being available as a body moisturizer, was introduced as a perfume.

How Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Ari Parker Keep It 'Fresh' After 19 Years of Marriage: It's 'Fun to Be Together'

“I love perfume,” Parker gushes. “I spend my whole check on it.”

She calls this one “instant happiness.”

Parker mists this one in the air and lets it land on her hair and clothing, but notes it’s the kind of aroma that can uplift your surroundings, too.

For this collab, which was designed with the scent in mind, Parker says she played a minor role.

“I had a small voice in it. The cherries charm was part of the original design, and because being a mom has been my starring role, I added a star to the bracelet,” she shares.

“I have a great father, but my mom taught me how to be a mom, and so she will always be the star of my life,” Parker adds. “So, I just really wanted to celebrate moms and how we're such an integral part of our children's lives.”

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Jergens Skincare is also celebrating Mother’s Day with a new Mom-Sense campaign, which aims to celebrate a mother’s intuition and the deep connection moms have with their children.

Parker (who shares daughter Sophie, 19, and son Nicholas, 17, with husband of nearly 19 years Boris Kodjoe) talks about what the term means to her.

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“I think that moms in all figures, we just get a download of something intuitive about what a child needs and when they need it,” Parker explains.

“Even if we're not perfect, and even if we do things wrong, there's something about a woman's wisdom that I think just kicks in when we have to care for someone."

While Parker might not get to spend this Mother’s Day with both of her children (daughter Sophie is off at college), she says the “greatest gift” is the journey she’s been on with them.

“It was very difficult at certain times, like any mom will tell you, in terms of time management, self-care, doing the right thing, saying it in the right way, but, I just really love being a mom.”

But one thing’s for sure: she’ll get in some self-care.

“Because I'm not chasing little ones around, I can really focus on myself. I have a lot of self-care time now. Boris and I work out together. It's a whole new renaissance really of finding myself again outside of changing diapers. And it's been wonderful.”

The limited-edition Jergens x Adina Eden Bracelet is available while supplies last as a gift with purchase when you buy ​​any Jergens Original Scent Cherry Almond product totaling $15 or more on

Parker steps down as Colorado State’s athletic director, will serve as special advisor to school

Joe Parker is stepping down from his role as Colorado State’s director of athletics after nearly nine years, the school announced Monday.John Weber, an alum of Colorado State, will take over as the interim athletic director. Weber has been serving as the executive director of the Rams’ name, image and likeness collective. Parker will become a special advisor to CSU President Amy Parsons.Hired in March 2015, Parker signed a five-year extension on July 28, 2022, that was expected to keep him in the role of director of...

Joe Parker is stepping down from his role as Colorado State’s director of athletics after nearly nine years, the school announced Monday.

John Weber, an alum of Colorado State, will take over as the interim athletic director. Weber has been serving as the executive director of the Rams’ name, image and likeness collective. Parker will become a special advisor to CSU President Amy Parsons.

Hired in March 2015, Parker signed a five-year extension on July 28, 2022, that was expected to keep him in the role of director of athletics through the end of 2027.

Over his tenure, Parker saw a new on-campus stadium open in 2017 and spearheaded a 15-year, $37.7 million naming rights agreement in April 2018 with Canvas Credit Union.

He also conducted a “ climate assessment ” into the basketball program under former coach Larry Eustachy, leading to Eustachy stepping down in February 2018. Parker brought in Niko Medved, who guided the Rams to the NCAA Tournament in 2022 and has the team off to a 20-6 start this season along with a No. 22 ranking in the most recent AP poll. The women’s team is 16-9 this season under longtime Rams coach Ryun Williams.

Under his watch, Parker has cycled through several football coaches. He gave Mike Bobo an extension before Bobo stepped down two seasons later. Steve Addazio lasted two rocky seasons in Fort Collins before being let go, which paved the way for the hiring of Jay Norvell from Nevada. The Rams went 3-9 in 2022 under Norvell and 5-7 last season.


“It has been a privilege to serve Colorado State University and our students in this role,” Parker said in a statement. “I also want to thank our many donors, partners and fans for helping to move the department forward and position CSU Athletics for a very bright future.”

The Rams captured 24 Mountain West Conference championships under Parker’s tenure. He also served on several NCAA and Mountain West committees.

Before Colorado State, he was the deputy athletics director at Texas Tech.

“Joe has been instrumental to all of our athletic programs’ success during his tenure at CSU,” Parsons said.


Joe Parker out as Colorado State University athletic director

Joe Parker is out as the athletic director at Colorado State.CSU President Amy Parsons announced the move Monday afternoon, saying Parker "will step back from his role" and "become a special advisor to the President's Office."Parsons announced John Weber, formally the executive director of the Green and Gold Guard, ...

Joe Parker is out as the athletic director at Colorado State.

CSU President Amy Parsons announced the move Monday afternoon, saying Parker "will step back from his role" and "become a special advisor to the President's Office."

Parsons announced John Weber, formally the executive director of the Green and Gold Guard, will step in as the interim athletic director. CSU did not name a timeline for hiring a permanent athletic director.

CSU had large success in many Olympic sports during Parker's tenure but consistently struggled in football, which is the driver of all the recent realignment in college sports. The Rams went 40-63 in football under three different head coaches during Parker's tenure.

Joe Parker's career at Colorado State University

Parker was hired in March 2015.

He signed a five-year extension in 2022 to carry through 2027. He receives a base salary of $439,192 annually through the extension, according to the contract. CSU's online salary database lists his annual salary at $474,986. It's unclear how Parker's move to an advisory role will impact his compensation.

Parker came to CSU after serving as the deputy athletics director at Texas Tech (Big 12) since 2011. He also has served as senior associate athletic director at the University of Michigan (Big 10), the University of Oklahoma (Big 12), Washington State University (Pac-12) and the University of Texas (Big 12).

Here is a look at some of the notable events during Parker's time at CSU:

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Joe Parker contract details

Below are details per the extension Parker signed in 2022. It's unclear if any of the termination clauses below would apply to Parker's move into an advisory role.

What Parsons said about Parker

In her email to the CSU community, Parsons said:

"Joe has been instrumental to all our athletics programs’ success during his tenure. Under his leadership, the Rams have won 24 Mountain West Conference championships and established record-setting achievement in the classroom. Our facilities are now among the nation’s elite, our fundraising continues to grow, and we are recognized as a rising national athletics powerhouse. Joe is a leader at the conference and national levels in several areas of critical importance, including student-athlete success, fair competition and NCAA compliance. We thank Joe, Jen and their family for their commitment to the CSU community."

Parker council approves Newlin Crossing Townhome sketch and preliminary plan

Housing opportunities in Parker look to expand as preliminary plans for single-family townhomes at the northwest corner of the Mainstreet and Chambers Road intersection have been approved.Parker town council approved a Newlin Crossing Townhome sketch and preliminar...

Housing opportunities in Parker look to expand as preliminary plans for single-family townhomes at the northwest corner of the Mainstreet and Chambers Road intersection have been approved.

Parker town council approved a Newlin Crossing Townhome sketch and preliminary plan for the residential use of a portion of the Newlin Crossing Planned Development, submitted by Lennar Colorado, LLC and PCS Group.

According to a document provided to the town, the property is about 9.4 acres and is mostly undeveloped except for a house, garage, accessory building and a stable that will be demolished.

The second phase of the Newling Crossing Planned Development presented at an Oct. 3 meeting, expects 96 lots for the development of attached single-family townhomes, 3.78 acres of open space and associated improvements.

The Newlin Crossing Planned Development allows up to 450 units.

Previously, the council approved a sketch and preliminary plan application for the first phase of the planned development in June 2022, which laid out 194 lots for the development of detached single-family homes, open space, parks and associated improvements.

The second phase plans to include 96 lots, bringing the total to 290 units.

The townhomes have a maximum building height of up to 40 feet, said Julia Duncan, community development, and density and setbacks will be required to be consistent with the town’s multi-family standards.

Alan Cunningham, vice president of PCS Group said the site will comprise of three to six unit buildings with various architectural styles.

The site requires 186 parking spaces, however, Cunningham said the proposal plans to have 247 spaces, which involves 164 attached garages, 43 head-in parking spaces and 40 guest spaces along Tundra Top Dr.

The Newlin Crossing development will be served by the West Parker Road extension as a new collector roadway, said Duncan.

Additionally, West Parker Road will provide two access points. One point of access will be Tundra Top Drive, which will create right of way street access internal to the site and include alley intersections. The second point will provide a private drive connection to West Parker Road.

Cunningham said they will not be connecting to Stonegate Village.

Also, as the townhome site is directly across the road from Neighborhood Park, Councilmember Joshua Rivero encouraged the applicant to consider safety precautions for the children and other pedestrians in the area.

The approved sketch and preliminary plan does not create the lots as there will need to be a final plat application approved by the council and with Douglas County.

In other business, the council approved two contracts.

The first was a $2,489 contract with Jalisco International Inc. for the Lemon Gulch Trail Improvements.

The project aims to connect the Lemon Gulch Trail to the Cherry Creek Regional Trail at Stroh Soccer Park.

Improvements will involve about 2,700 linear feet of trail, a 2,000 square yard sculpted concrete drop structure, erosion control and an underpass at Stroh Road.

Construction is expected to start this month and be completed in August 2024.

The council also approved a $616,504 contract with Sabell’s Civil and Landscape, LLC, for the O’Brien Park Streetscape Construction contract.

As part of the P3 Downtown Improvements, the O’Brien Park Streetscape project will include improvements to landscaping, irrigation, concrete seat walls,an art pad and berms along the park’s south and west perimeter.

The project construction is anticipated to start this month and be completed by May of next year, before Parker Days.


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