Paul McCartney would reportedly record a charity track to deal with both testicular cancer as well as whichever X Factor number tries to secure the Christmas number one position. As per a leading UK based tabloid, Paul McCartney is one of those celebs participating in a cover of A Great Big World’s ‘Say Something’ for Samuel Jackson’s charity One For The Boys.
The tabloid also added that a program arranged by DJ Nick Grimshaw, of Radio One, soul singer Jennifer Hudson would also appear on the track, and model Daisy Lowe and Game Of Thrones actor Maisie Williams.
In other news, an extended version of Paul McCartney’s 2013 record named New would be unveiled on 11th October, comprising two DVD and CDs. The DVD adds Don Letts’ docu feature Something New that features interviews with Paul McCartney along with producers Mark Ronson, Paul Epworth, Giles Martin and Ethan Johns.
The former The Beatles star has collaborated with the Meat Free Monday cause to catalyze transformative alteration and bring awareness to the worldwide footprint that meat production affects the environment.
McCartney, who is a vegetarian, with Greg Barker, the Energy and Climate Advisor to United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron, has requested people across the world to pledge their backing the initiative that would be among the topics at New York’s Climate Summit on 23rd September.