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This sounds like one heck of a party!
The musical performers for the Super Bow halftime show have been well covered, but those aren't the only artists who are showing up to Super Bowl related parties!
Rihanna, Kanye West and Paul McCartney will all join together to perform at the Super Bowl DirectTV bash which will apparently do down on Saturday night at the DIRECTV Super Fan Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
And these three will surely perform a song they've been teasing a lot lately!
There are sure to be a lot of stars in attendance for this super party which will be hosted by
This is about as All American as something can get!
The 26-year-old singer gave her fans a little behind-the-scenes peek from the video for the first single off her new album, and explained how they chose what they were going to wear.
If you guessed Yeezy picked the outfits out, then you guessed right!
The video seems subdued, like the song, but still looks gorgeous!
Ch-ch-check out the clip
We are TOO HAPPY about this!!
And we're not gonna lie — it looked AMAZING!!!
And oh wait — is that North West in the video alongside her father?!?!?!
You'll just have to see for yourself!
Check out the video (below)!
It's finally here!
The song FourFiveSeconds was released on Saturday night, and while it isn't a club hit, it's definitely catchy!
It seems like Rihanna didn't know it was set to come out though, because her bestie Melissa Forde caught RiRi geeking when she saw the live link for her song!
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Wait, he was kidding???
It's hard to tell when Kanye West is being himself, and when he's joking, because the guy hardly ever smiles!
So, Yeezy found himself yet again explaining to a group of important people at Wednesday's iHeartMedia Music Summit in Los Angeles.
The rapper was a surprise guest at the event, and spoke for about 45-minutes to the room full of programmers. He played part of his new song with Paul McCartney, Only One, and told anecdotes, like how he asked the Beatles member, "What was p*ssy like in the '60s?"
Then, Kim Kardashian's husband went on to
They're all trolling the world, right? RIGHT??
Well, it looks like the song is being met with some mixed reviews because some of Yeezus' younger fans were kinda confused as to who Paul McCartney ACTUALLY was.
Yes, the same Paul that is known for being the legendary frontman of The Beatles.
The younger generation took to Twitter to post their bewilderment as to who "that guy" actually is!
Some of the more HIGHlarious ones include: