Rihanna’s song “FourFiveSeconds” is basically a merging of three musical greats — Kanye West, 37, Paul McCartney, 72, and RiRi, 26. In anticipation of the full video release, Rihanna gave fans a behind the scenes look at filming the epic video. The video is super chill and low key, which is unlike anything we’ve ever seen from Rihanna or Kanye before!
Kanye West, 37, and Rihanna, 26, are the best. The duo teamed back up for an amazing collaboration on the song “Four Five Seconds.” The catchy new song serenades us, especially with acoustics by the legendary Paul McCartney, 72. We can’t stop listening to this song!
Talk about a dynamic duo! A new report claims that Kanye West and beloved Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney are working together in the studio and are set to record several songs together! Music giants, Sir Paul McCartney, 72, and Kanye West, 37, are reportedly joining forces and collaborating on several new songs, including one that…
It was 50 years to the day on Feb. 9 that The Beatles made their first appearance in the U.S. on The Ed Sullivan Show, and CBS did not skimp on the anniversary celebration. With the group’s remaining members, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, on hand as guests of honor, “The Beatles: The Night That Changed America — A Grammy Salute” was an unbelievable tribute concert.
It seems weird that the freaking Beatles have never been honored by the Grammys, but the award show finally got around to it on Jan. 26, and the two living members of the iconic group — Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr — made sure to savor the Lifetime Achievement award.
Paul McCartney, 70, will perform at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Tennessee in June along with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Mumford & Sons, Bjork and Wilco. Aside from Mumford & Sons, who took home a Grammy for Album of the Year, this entire lineup is such a bore! Where are the young performers like Rihanna, Kelly Clarkson and Taylor Swift? Or how about One Direction?
Sir Paul McCartney took the stage at MSG for the concert to raise money for Hurricane Sandy victims but he ruffled some feathers by performing with the remaining members of Nirvana — was it wrong for a Beatle to step into Kurt Cobain’s shoes for the night? Sir Paul McCartney can usually do no wrong,…