New Michael Jackson material may be released this fall, according to reports, along with new material from the late Freddie Mercury of Queen.
Three unearthed tracks Michael recorded with Freddie back in 1983 in what was supposed to be collaborative effort are apparently set to be released.
Initially, the collaboration fell apart due to the "constraints" of the two music superstars' busy schedules, as well as creative differences (so to speak).
It was rumored that Mercury was agitated that Jackson insisted in bringing a llama into the recording studio ... which sounds ridiculous yet believable.
Jackson, reportedly, was upset at Mercury for "taking too much cocaine in his living room."
The three recorded tracks featuring the two are titled:
- “There Must Be More to Life Than This"
- “State of Shock"
In 2011, Jackson’s estate went ahead and cleared the tracks for release, and now intends on doing so this upcoming fall, so keep an ear out!