Watch: Paul McCartney, Emma Stone join forces to tackle bullying in new music video, 'Who Cares'
Former Beatle Paul McCartney has teamed up with Oscar winning actress Emma Stone on the music video for his new single “Who Cares”, a song he hopes will inspire youngsters to stand up to bullying.
The pair are shown miming and dancing on an all black-and-white set alongside harlequin-like figures who torment Stone before she and McCartney make their escape in his car.
The veteran singer-songwriter has also joined forces with non-profit organisation Creative Visions to launch the #WhoCaresIDo campaign, inspired by a line in the song - “Who cares about you? I do.”
McCartney, who on Sunday was joined on stage by fellow Beatle Ringo Starr and Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood as he performed in London, has collaborated with other stars in the past including rapper Kanye West and singer Rihanna.
Stone won the Best Actress Academy Award for La La Land.
“Who Cares” features on McCartney’s 17th solo studio album, Egypt Station.
Watch the music video here
(With inputs from Reuters)
Updated Date: Dec 20, 2018 18:16:54 IST