At 79 years old, Paul McCartney's life and legacy is well-cemented within history as being an integral part of one of the most influential and best-selling bands of all time, The Beatles.
As the group's bass guitarist and key vocalist, McCartney's contributions to music go far beyond harmonies and chord progressions, but rather, establishes him as a historic and essential bridge between the music of today and the music he helped pioneer. And in his latest album, “McCartney III Imagined,” McCartney does just that.
Released on April 16, "McCartney III Imagined" features collaborations with various rising stars of today’s music industry, including Dominic Fike and Phoebe Bridgers, in a series of remixed tracks of his own works. This project is unique, as it shows McCartney inserting himself into the present genre of musical talent he undoubtedly helped inspire.
Out of 11 tracks on the digital version of the album, there are a few standout tracks that show an experimental side of McCartney that we haven't seen before.
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