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"Paul McCartney and Kanye West aren’t the likeliest of musical collaborators, but the pair have developed an affinity for one another. “I love Kanye,” the former Beatle told John Wilson during BBC Radio 4’s Mastertapes series. “People say he’s eccentric, which you’d have to agree with. He’s a monster. He’s a crazy guy that comes up with great stuff. He inspires me.”", www.ew.com
"Read more about I turned to alcohol after The Beatles split: Paul McCartney on Business Standard. Singer-songwriter Paul McCartney has revealed he turned to the drink after The Beatles split in 1970. McCartney said he was gripped by depression and 'took to the bevvies' and almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic", www.business-standard.com
"“All Day” didn’t make it onto The Life of Pablo — or any other album for that matter — but it’s still one of the biggest bangers Kanye West has given us in recent years. Paul McCartney was billed as a featured musician on the 2015 track, thanks to his simple, whistled melody, which Kanye used in the outro.", www.billboard.com
"Paul McCartney has defended Kanye West’s repeated use of the N-word and has said it is justifiable in the context in which he uses it. The 73-year-old musician endearingly referred to West as a “monster” while discussing his recent collaboration with the rapper at a Mastertapes session at the BBC’s Maida Vale studios.", www.independent.co.uk
"LONDON: Paul McCartney said he began drinking heavily and almost quit music altogether after The Beatles broke up, in an interview due to air this week. The music icon, now 73, admitted turning to alcohol to cope with the strain of leaving the Fab Four in April 1970, according to extracts of a BBC radio interview released Tuesday.", www.thesundaily.my
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