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Kanye West, Rihanna and Paul McCartney debut new video ‘Fourfiveseconds’ – watch

Collaborative track will appear on Kanye West and Rihanna's forthcoming LPs

Kanye West, Rihanna and Sir Paul McCartney have unveiled the new video for their collaborative track ‘Fourfiveseconds’.

The three artists all star in the video for the song, which will appear on both West and Rihanna’s forthcoming new albums. Directed by Inez & Vindoodh, the black and white clip – which you can watch below – features the artists dressed head-to-toe in denim and singing side by side.

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The song was originally unveiled earlier this month and features input from rapper Ty Dolla $ign, Dirty Projectors’ frontman Dave Longstreth, plus producers Mike Dean and Dallas Austin, among others.

Paul McCartney also contributed backing vocals to the previously released Kanye West track ‘Only One’. The Spike Jonze-directed video for that track was premiered on Ellen and saw West and his daughter North West walking through a field together.

Kanye West and Paul McCartney will be among the stars to appear on ‘Saturday Night Live’ to celebrate the US comedy sketch show’s 40th anniversary. The special edition takes place on February 14 and will also feature Justin Timberlake and Paul Simon, as well as former cast members Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell and Chris Rock, plus actors Robert De Niro, Jack Nicholson and Tom Hanks, among others.

Meanwhile, it was reported that McCartney is not co-producing the entirety of Kanye West’s new album, despite reports claiming that he will work alongside the rapper on a whole record.
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