The first time I met Weird Al, he was a big deal, the hottest, and his music was already a hit.
He was one of the biggest stars in hip-hop, and he was coming off the biggest hit of the year.
But that year, we were both still trying to find our place in the world, and the same year, he broke up with Kim Kardashian.
It was the year of his first album.
We were both just starting to break out, and I was in New York, and my manager was like, “We need you to come here to New York to do some things.
It’s going to be weird.”
I was like no way.
It wasn’t the kind of thing where I was going to go to New Orleans, to LA, to London.
I had a friend who worked at the studio who used to be with Al and was also a fan of his.
So I called him up and said, “What are you going to do?”
He was like I can’t do this.
I’m going to London, and then New York.
But then we were like, oh, OK, I’ll do it.
He got to London and he did an album, but it was really the same thing.
I was still a little bit stuck.
We went back and forth with it for a couple of months, and finally I said, I’m gonna go to LA.
He said, OK.
I told him that he can come here if he wants to do it, but I’m not going to make it any more.
He ended up doing his own thing, and we started doing a couple more albums, and now he’s a big star.
The next time we met, we had the same reaction.
He just seemed like such a cool dude, and it’s like I was just meeting somebody who really made it.
It really is like that.
Weird Al has always been such a big part of my life, and every time I see him on stage, I always feel like I’m really in his presence.
When I’m in New Orleans with my family and my friends, he’s always there, and that’s what I love about him.
And now, he is in New England with his fans, and hopefully he can do this again someday.