Paul McCartney Loves Working With Kanye West & Explains Why He Didn’t Think It Would Work

Kanye West shocked the world again when he dropped 3 songs with Paul McCartney: “Only One”, “All Day”, and “FourFiveSeconds” in the passed 2 years. Sir Paul reveals to Rolling Stone that at first he really didn’t think their collaboration would work out, but after giving it a try, he wounded up loving Kanye’s creative process.

Paul McCartney Defends Kanye West’s Use Of The ‘N’ Word

When Paul McCartney was featured on Kanye’s song “All Day” last year, the masses were surprised that Sir Paul would join a record where Kanye says the ‘N’ word about 40 times. Well now he defends Kanye’s over use of the word and is actually pleased with it in the song.

Paul McCartney Talks About Working On ‘All Day’ And More With Kanye West

Legendary artist Paul McCartney did a recent interview in which he talked about Kanye’s creative process. In the interview Paul explains how he helped Ye on All Day, FourFiveSeconds, and Only One. Hit the jump for more.

Paul McCartney Compared Kanye West To One Of The Beatles!

Yes, you read that headline correctly. The founding member of one of the greatest rock bands of all time put Kanye West in the same bracket. Yeezus has been on fire lately after working with The Beatles legend on two songs this year but damn! Kanye is definitely gassed to the extreme right now after what Paul had to say about working with the rapper/producer over the past year. Find out what McCartney said after the jump!

(Video) Kanye West ft. Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom & Paul McCartney – All Day

Kanye West decided to make his performance at The 2015 BRIT Awards was dope enough to make it the official video for “All Day.” If you didnt get to check it out, you can see it below.

(Video) Rihanna, Kanye West, & Paul McCartney Perform ‘Four Five Seconds’ At The 57th Annual Grammy Awards

Looks like your fave is back with brand new material off her upcoming eighth studio album, ‘R8.’ Rihanna, Kanye West, & Paul McCartney perform ‘Four Five Seconds’ at the 57th Grammy Awards, and the trio definitely did not disappoint in their very first live performance of the track. Missed the performance? Check it out inside.

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