Coldplay's Chris Martin Says President Obama is Featured on 'A Head Full of Dreams' Album

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Just one year after releasing Ghost Stories, Coldplay is bringing some more new music to fans.

The new album is titled "A Head Full of Dreams" and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin says President Obama will be featured on one of the tracks.

That's right, the leader of the free world is making his way onto "A Head Full of Dreams," and fans won't have to wait too long until they can hear it. After the tragedy that struck Charleston, South Carolina, President Obama had to make another one of those rough trips.

He attended the funeral of Rev. Clementa Pinckney who was one of the victims of a racially charged shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.

During the eulogy, the president sung "Amazing Grace" and Martin told The Sun that a clip from that brief performance will be featured on one of the tracks.

Other features scheduled for Coldplay's A Head Full of Dreams include Tove Lo, Beyonce and Noel Gallagher, the album is scheduled to be released on December 4.

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