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Kanye West Is Right... About Drones | Fox News

She was arrested and now faces one year in jail if convicted. The drone operator? He was assured he could continue his, um, hobby as there are no laws against flying and filming in public places. That has to change. Jennifer Lynch, a senior attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a San Francisco-based digital legal advocacy group, told The Los Angeles Times, Once drones become widely used in our society, theres going to be a lot of concern, she said. Its because theyre so in-your-face. <br>Source:

VIBE TV: Are Kanye West And Paul McCartney Working On Music Together? | Vibe

According to The Sun , West and McCartney have become quite friendly, and what would be one of Yeezys most notable collabos to date is actually a real possibility: Kanye really respects music legends and is still putting the finishing touches to his new album, an unnamed source reportedly shared. He has been tapping Macca up for a while about working together. Kanye and Paul have known watch Kim Kardashian Superstar each other for a long time but became more friendly recently, the source also said. Theres every chance theyll head into the studio together. Without so much as an official single, Wests upcoming effort is garnering quite the wave of anticipation. A leaked version of his song All Day topped a Billboard chart this week as well. <br>Source:

Kanye West's Upcoming Album To Feature Paul McCartney? | Vibe

VIBE Posted August 18, 2014 Kanye West and Paul McCartney could be joining forces on the mic. Page Six and British tabloid The Sun report that the 72-year-old Beatle has been secretly recording with Yeezus for a song "tentatively" called "Piss On The Grave." Their sessions could also churn out a potential album. "Kanye and Paul have known each other for a long time but have become more friendly recently," a source told The Sun, noting that West has been courting Macca "for a while." "There's every chance they'll head into the studio together," the source added. Continue reading the story here <br>Source:

Kanye West, Paul McCartney recording music together - Reverb

Photo: FilmMagic ; WireImage MORE ON: Stacey Dash: Kanye West should go to Rikers to 'know what rape is' Kanye West has secretly been recording tracks with Sir Paul McCartney , sources exclusively tell Page Six. The rapper and the former Beatle have quietly been collaborating on a number of tracks that could develop into an album, were told. One song, tentatively titled Piss on My Grave, is sparking some chatter. Wests wife Kim Kardashian has been heard telling friends she was a little surprised they chose such a provocative name. Kanye, whose rep declined to comment, was also present at McCartneys show at LAs Dodger Stadium last week. <br>Source:

Kanye West and Paul McCartney Come Together for Possible Album

In the meantime, the MC who has referred to himself as the Black Beatle, (on the track Gorgeous from My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy) is rumored to be in the studio with none other than Paul McCartney . The rapper and former Beatle are set to collaborate on a track called Piss On My Grave, Page Six is reporting. That might just be a working title, but the possibility of a song from Ye and McCartney is certainly sparking some interest. McCartney is a known fan of Wests music, so a collaboration isnt entirely out of the question. Adding fuel to the fire, Page Six is reporting Kanye West made an appearance at Paul McCartneys show at Los Angeles Dodgers stadium last week. <br>Source:

Kanye West is secretly recording with Paul McCartney | Page Six

The New York Post's Page Six reports that Kanye West has secretly been recording tracks with Paul McCartney "that could develop into an album," and if anything ever comes of it, we'd love to be a fly on the wall for the moment when they decide who gets top billing. SEE ALSO: Lights Out: Paul McCartney Rocks Candlestick Park for Its Final Show West showed up for Sir Paul's show in Los Angeles last week, and Page Six says the Beatle has said he wants to work with a rapper. So it must be true! Making it not seem so true: Page Six says one track that's coming along nicely is called Piss on My Grave. Still time to change that one, fellas. There's a Wikipedia page's worth of precedent for McCartney working with fellow megastar musicians in duets and collaborations. "Ebony and Ivory" was just one of two songs McCartney did with Stevie Wonder on the 1982 release "Tug of War," and people tend to forget that Sir Paul was on Michael Jackson's Thriller with "The Girl is Mine." He's also done duets with Tony Bennett, Elvis Costello, Johnny Cash, George Michael, Brian Wilson and others. <br>Source:

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