Coldplay, Jay-Z Premiere New "Lost+" Video

November 18, 2008 9:05 AM ET

With the release of their Prospekt's March EP only a week away, Coldplay have unveiled the updated video for the remixed Viva track "Lost+," featuring Jay-Z. The new-ish video pretty much takes the original video of "Lost!," recorded live at Chicago's United Center, and digitally adds Jigga to the performance via black-and-white television. Watch the original, Hova-less version here. Surprisingly, the band didn't utilize any of the entrants in that "Lost?" video contest they launched last month. Prospekt's March features six new songs from the Viva sessions plus two remixes, while Jay-Z's The Blueprint 3 will be arriving some time in early 2009.

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