Paul McCartney to make game song for kids
Beatles legend Paul McCartney agreed to soundtrack a video game to infiltrate his children and grand children's lives.
London: Beatles legend Paul McCartney agreed to soundtrack a video game to infiltrate his children and grand children's lives.
The Beatles legend recorded the theme tune for new game 'Destiny' and agreed they could use his song 'Hope for the Future' because he thinks it's the only way he can now get his family to listen to his music, reported Contactmusic.
"I know from my kids and my grandkids, they just bury themselves in a game and I don't think they've got time to listen to my music.
"Their agenda is pretty full with all the other stuff, you know, so I like the idea of infiltrating into their agenda," he said.
The 'Hey Jude' singer admitted to trying his hand at the game.
"I wasn't very good at it, but I'm not very good at games. I've got so much else to be getting on with, I can't have my face in a screen, you know, bopping along in a game. I had a go and it was great, but I got mashed almost instantly. The aliens mashed me."