Introduction to Video Editing Card
1. Official Remixes of video editing card
Album Version - 4:11
Radio Edit - 3:58
Instrumental - 4:11
Lenny Ridin' Club Remix - 6:43
Brutal Bill Mix - 7:24
Josh Harris Club Mix - 7:07
Sultry Remix - 4:14 (Findable on the official site of the remixer, Pull)
2. Music video of video editing card
The music video for "Ride for You" was directed by Marcus Raboy, and was filmed in various locations throughout Los Angeles, California on November 3, 2006. The edited video debuted on Total Request Live on December 5, 2006.
Thematically, the video deals with the four seasons. It begins with Aundrea Fimbres leaving her home in a summer vignette. After singing her verse, Fimbres enters fall and joins Aubrey O'Day for a walk through the chorus. During Dawn Richard's verse, Fimbres and O'Day leave fall behind and join Richard under an umbrella on a late fall/early winter city street. The three of them then enter winter where they find Shannon Bex and D. Woods. The five of them sing the chorus and enter spring right as D. Wood's verse starts. At the end of the video, when D. Woods does her final note, the five women of Danity Kane meet up with their men and the video ends with beauty shots of each of the girls. The video peaked at #5 on TRL making it less successful than "Show Stopper" which peaked at #2.
Prior to its release, a behind the scenes segment aired video snippets of Shannon doing ballet dancing. However, the final video showed none which upset many fans.
3. Chronology of events of video editing card
In July 2018, Postle starts a prolonged poker "heater," (a hot streak where everything seems to be going right for a particular player) where he wins $250,000 in $1-3 and $2-5 no limit hold 'em games at Stones Gambling Hall in Citrus Heights, California.
On 21 September 2019, Stones employee Veronica Brill blurts out on a Stones live stream her long held suspicions that Postle is cheating. "It doesn't make sense. It's like he knows. It doesn't make sense. It's weird."
On 28 September 2019, Brill posts an 18-minute-video showing Postle's most unusual hands. She also tweets out her suspicions.
On 9 October 2019, 24 poker players file a $30 million lawsuit against Postle, Stones and Stones Gambling Hall manager Justin Kuraitis.
On 3 June 2020, Federal Judge William B. Shobb dismisses lawsuit against all three defendants citing California law. The case against Postle is dismissed "with prejudice", precluding a case from being refiled against him.
On 9 September 2020, 60 of the now 88 plaintiffs accept a settlement with King's Casino LLC, who owns Stones Casino, and Kuraitis. Veronica Brill is among the remaining 28.
On 1 October 2020, Postle filled a $330 million defamation suit against a dozen individuals. Those named in the suit include poker celebrity Daniel Negreanu, three-time World Series of Poker winner Phil Galfond and ESPN which aired a segment on SportsCenter about the scandal.
4. Formats and track listings of video editing card
These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of "Ride for You."
"Ride for You" (Album Version)
"Ride for You" (Video)Promo CDS
"Ride for You" (Radio Edit)
"Ride for You" (Album Version)
"Ride for You" (Instrumental)