Paul McCartney says he didn’t recognize his guitar on Kanye West’s collaboration


Paul McCartney admitted that he didn’t recognize his own guitar when he first heard his “FourFiveSeconds” collaboration with Kanye West and Rihanna.
The 2015 track, which was covered by everyone from Drake to James Bay, reached No. 4 on the U.S. Billboard charts, and helped McCartney set a record by ending the longest break between the 10 best singles in the ranking.

Talk on Tonight’s Show with Jimmy Fallon Thursday, December 17, McCartney said he didn’t even know he was doing a song at the start.

“It wasn’t until two months later that I got a lead,” McCartney said. “I didn’t think I had done anything, but suddenly I was sent ‘FourFiveSeconds’ with Rihanna. ”

He added, “I like this one. And I had to say, “Am I on this record? He said, “You make this guitar. So they sped it up so it wouldn’t be recognizable.

Elsewhere when it appeared on Fall on, McCartney spoke of being a self-taught musician.

“I have not been trained for anything. Nothing. I really wasn’t, ”he says. “They tried to train us in stuff, but no, I wasn’t trained in anything. But there is still time, I could learn. I could take lessons. Who should I take lessons from? ”

McCartney released his new solo album ‘McCartney III’ earlier this month, the third in his eponymous 1970 trilogy of albums.

‘McCartney III’ exam, NME wrote: “If future archaeologists take this three-album series as a meaningful marker of his half-century solo, they will conclude that Paul McCartney has never stopped releasing.

Meanwhile, McCartney recently opened up about his friendship with John Lennon in a new interview.


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