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'Hello Goodbye' by the Cure and Macca's son James McCartney has been released as the first offering from the star-studded album that's coming out on November 18.
In a two-month-old Instagram video, reportedly taken during West's visit to a London club earlier this year, the rapper can be heard repeatedly saying, 'Piss on your grave.'
Sources say that the rapper and the veteran singer have been secretly recording 'a number of tracks that could develop into an album.'
After pronouncing Adam Kowal and Andrea Copado husband and wife, the 'Queenie Eye' hitmaker tells the couple, 'I'm not sure that this is gonna stand up in a court of law.'
Each app, available in Apple's App Store for $7.99, features remastered audio, interviews, rare photos, album and single artwork and videos including rehearsal footage and documentaries.
'That six-year period is such a dramatic transformation in terms of global culture,' the director shared his insight.
A 16-year-old kid posed in front of a bench where the legendary musician and the billionaire were relaxing together after an ice cream date.
The former Fab Four pays tribute to his late bandmates and helps a man propose to his girlfriend on stage during his first concert since coming down with virus.
The singer announces that the scrapped shows, originally planned to take place on June 14-26, have all been rescheduled for October.
The former Fab Four is returning to London after receiving treatment from a virus infection in a hospital in Tokyo.
The former Beatles member reportedly seeks treatment in a hospital in Tokyo after his illness got worse.
The former member of The Beatles cancels his May 28 show in Seoul due to the illness that previously prompted him to scrap his shows in Japan.
The former Fab Four couldn't perform on May 17 and was forced to postpone the May 18 gig and the rescheduled May 19 show.
The show, which is scheduled for August 14, will be a part of the singer's 'Out There' tour that supports his latest album 'New'.
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr will return to the Ed Sullivan Theater for an interview, 50 years after their band The Beatles performed there, after filming the tribute concert earlier this week.