Back in September, Paul McCartney released “Hope for the Future,” a schmaltzy song he wrote for, of all things, the soundtrack to the video game Destiny, which he also scored. Now, courtesy of Wired, comes the video for the tune, showing a hologram version of Macca heading to the first-person shooter’s planets and singing his tune for the various inhabitants, presumably to teach them about hoping for the future. It’s a strange trip, for sure, but certainly not as bizarre or funny as the Lorde hologram episode of South Park.
By Marc Hogan on 02.04.15 in News
Whatever Kanye West is up to this year, it's taking on the shape of the anti-Beyoncé. Queen B released her groundbreaking 2013 self-titled album at the end of the year, all at once — including videos — and only got aroun...
By Marc Hogan on 02.03.15 in News
We're five days from seeing "FourFiveSeconds" at the Grammy Awards. Rihanna will perform her new single with collaborators Kanye West and Paul McCartney at the 57th annual ceremony, the Recording Academy has announced. T...
By Marc Hogan on 02.02.15 in News
D'Angelo's powerful Saturday Night Live performance over the weekend was a tough act to follow. The live comedy institution will return with a Sunday night special on February 15 at 8 p.m., with a star-studded cast of ac...
By Marc Hogan on 01.26.15 in News
So who had "low-key Beatle collaborations" in the Kanye West 2015 pool? To start the year, West shared the intimate lullaby "Only One," billed as the "first reveal of several musical collaborations with Paul McCartney to...