A few years ago, when “WeirdAl” Yankovich decided to get his own album out, there was no way he was going to be a solo artist.
In fact, he said that he’d already written a few songs for other artists.
He didn’t know how to do it, but he’d been practicing and making music for a long time.
When the song “We Are the Champions” came out, he thought, “Wow, I really have a chance.”
And he didn’t even have to get a record deal.
He got the rights to the song, and it’s been a hit.
It’s now sold over 3.5 million copies, which is a record for most new songs released this year.
In a way, he’s done what he’s always done: he’s gotten people interested in his music.
It was a good fit for him to have a record label to release his own songs, and that’s what he did.
And now, “We’re the Champions,” which has gone platinum, has earned him a Grammy nomination and is expected to be nominated for a Grammy Award for Album of the Year.
“I never thought it would come this quickly, but it’s so exciting,” Yankiewicz said.
“It’s been really rewarding.”
It’s also helped Yankowicz get back into his groove.
“He’s doing it right,” Yanksy said.
His record sales have gone up, and he’s making more money than he ever has before.
“The only thing that’s really changed is that I’m doing it with my wife and kids,” he said.
And he’s enjoying the ride, too.
“We’ve all gotten along just fine, and I think that’s a good thing,” he joked.
It seems like every year, “we” come back.
It can be hard to find someone who knows exactly what you’re going through, and they can often be hard on you.
But you’re not going to find a better, more open-minded, more empathetic person in the world than Yankowski, who was raised in a religious family and is very devout, he says.
He also has his friends, like his mom and dad, who are also devout.
He just hopes that they don’t judge him for being an artist, because he just wants people to listen to what he has to say.
“They don’t want to hear it.
They want to believe it.
And I have to tell them, ‘No, it’s not OK.
It doesn’t matter what you think about it.
It is the truth,'” he said, laughing.