Hi, Paul McCartney here. I just released my new album McCartney III on Friday, recorded in Rockdown. I was also in a couple of bands.
Edit: Proof! https://twitter.com/PaulMcCartney/status/1341776128550313985?s=20
You can get McCartney III on Amazon today for a special price of $3.99: https://www.amazon.com/McCartney-III-Paul/dp/B08L8PB15J/ Check out the lead single Find My Way here: https://youtu.be/2oSmP3GtOBk Watch the animated short film for When Winter Comes here: https://youtu.be/2oSmP3GtOBk
Zach Lowe wrote a great article about Brandon Ingram. Really seems to suggest there's a chance Ingram could further develop into a top ~3 player.
Here are some other parts of it:
> Van Gundy walked out of Ingram's house and called his brother, Jeff, a decorated coach and current analyst for ESPN. "This guy," Van Gundy told his brother, "is the real deal."
> Redick has been exhorting Ingram since last season that he might average a triple-double, and become a top-10 player. "I'm not gonna stop until I'm the best," Ingram once replied. Other confidantes have heard Ingram state similarly lofty goals to the one he once told Redick. "It's almost eerie to hear a kid say, 'I want to be the best ever,'" Stackhouse said.
> "The guy watches more film than any player I've been around except maybe Chris Paul," Redick said. "He is the hardest worker I've ever seen," said Larry Nance Jr., Ingram's teammate in L.A. for parts of two seasons. "The rest of us would get [to practice], and he'd already be drenched in sweat."
> Vinson told Ingram he was pointing his right foot inward upon his release, sapping power from his legs and throwing his body out of alignment -- another voice offering to repair Ingram's game. Vinson slapped tape onto the floor and would not let Ingram shoot unless his toes were straight across the tape. Vinson stood behind Ingram, reaching his arms up, warning Ingram not to bring the ball back so far as to hit him. > Ingram and the other young players then left for some summer time away from the team. He asked Vinson for notes and drills to do. Vinson emailed them. > When Ingram returned in September 2019, his jumper looked so good, Vinson pulled aside Trajan Langdon, the Pelicans' GM, and asked if Ingram had played some sort of trick on him, officials recalled.
Date: Saturday Nov. 28
Time: 9 p.m. ET
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Sean Paul said:
“They was like, yow, when you finish that verse come over. It was just me, the engineer, Pharrell and Justin Timberlake,” Sean Paul said.
“So I went over there and dude [Timberlake] is playing on the piano and he looks up like, ‘who is this?’ (referring to Paul)… Pharrell is like, oh this is Sean Paul, you don’t know Sean Paul?” but a confused and unimpressed, Timberlake responded “Nah.”
Sean said, Pharrell then nudged him to give the pop star a sample of his work, and feeling somewhat of a schmuck the deejay belted out the hook to Gimme The Light.
To his satisfaction, Timberlake recognized the song, and said, “Oh oh, I know you …” then got to his feet, but only to escort Sean to someone outside who would be more eager to meet him – the bodyguard.
It turned out, Justin’s bodyguard wasn’t really that psyched to meet him either. The Barbadian “big man” who was asleep in a van outside had to take a few seconds to determine who the Deport Dem deejay actually was, but eventually did nonetheless.
By then Justin had returned to the studio by himself, leaving Sean Paul and the bodyguard to exchange a few pleasantries about island life. That’s when it clicked to Paul that Justin Timberlake had just thrown him out of the building.
“It just felt a little bit weird. This dude just totally walked me out the building, very neatly though…it was so neat. I was like damn, he just kicked me out so nice,” Paul told DJ 4EIGN. “I gotta use that on somebody one day, but I ain’t like that.”