Sir Paul McCartney

McCartney tempted to collaborate with rappers Jay-Z and Kanye West

McCartney tempted to collaborate with rappers Jay-Z and Kanye WestLondon, October 18 : Sir Paul McCartney has revealed that if a collaboration had taken place for his album 'New', it would have been with rappers Jay-Z and Kanye West.

During the 71-year-old Beatles legend said that he was tempted to make a rap collaboration for his track ' Appreciate' and added that he would have liked to team up with the rap royalties, the Mirror reported.


Paul McCartney to appear in final Dandy comic

Paul McCartney to appear in final Dandy comic	London, December 3 : Beatles legend Paul McCartney has finally achieved his dream of appearing in his favourite comic book nearly 50 years after he had declared it as his "personal ambition"

The former Beatle will appear alongside his favorite character Desperate Dan in the last-ever print edition of The Dandy.

According to publishers DC Thomson, Sir Paul got in touch after they announced the end of the comic in August.


Sir Paul McCartney’s Aston Martin sold for less than asking price

Sir Paul McCartney’s Aston Martin sold for less than asking priceWellington, Nov 1 : An Aston Martin once owned by Sir Paul McCartney has failed to meet estimates at an auction in England.

The Aston Martin DB5 coupe, custom-made for the former Beatle, has sold for 307,500 pounds in London, Stuff. co. nz reported.

The Sierra Blue 1964 DB5 coupe was specially modified for McCartney and is fitted with a Philips Auto-Mignon record player.


Paul McCartney’s ‘Live and Let Die’ tops Bond theme song poll

 Paul McCartney’s ‘Live and Let Die’ tops Bond theme song poll	London, September 15 : Sir Paul McCartney's `Live and Let Die' has been named as the greatest `James Bond' theme in a poll.

The track, recorded by the former `Beatles' member and his band `Wings', received more than a quarter of all the votes.

The 1973 film starred Sir Roger Moore opposite Bond girl Jane Seymour, the BBC reported.


Paul McCartney and Pamela Anderson win battle to free elephant in India

Paul McCartney and Pamela Anderson win battle to free elephant in IndiaLondon, Aug 24 : Sir Paul McCartney and Pamela Anderson are celebrating after their campaign to save an Indian elephant from a life of misery ended in triumph.


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