Prince and Michael Jackson have some new music for you and they really want you to hear it.
Yeah OK so one died nine years ago while the other passed on in 2016, but when did a little thing like being on the other hold a good musician down?
The pair apparently recorded some stunning duets before MJ died in 2009, and now their spirits are ready for the world to hear them, according to Hollywood medium Tyler Henry.
The singers have seemingly requested – from beyond the grave – that the recordings are released.
Tyler allegedly got in touch with the two spirits during a reading for La Toya, Michael Jackson’s sister, according to the Daily Star. The songs were previously locked away in a vault.
‘The key thing he spoke about was how he wanted to be honoured with his music. He wants his new music released,’ Tyler said.
‘There is a specific artist he brought through with him. He was interested in releasing something they did together. It made sense to LaToya.’
Now yes, we agree, this is potentially far fetched baloney, but our little music loving hearts are really hoping some good might come of this craziness.
However, Prince’s family recently won their lawsuit against his former producer George Boxill to prevent unheard recordings from seeing the light of day.
According to documents filed by the estate, George Boxill never responded to the lawsuit despite claiming he wants to release unheard tracks that he worked on with the artist between 2006 and 2008.
Boxill allegedly had up to 23 January to respond but fell silent. Now the estate claims they are just waiting for the court to sign off their victory.
In 2007 Prince started his war against the internet and had his entire back catalogue removed from YouTube after a mother uploaded a video of her kids dancing to Let’s Go Crazy.
As time passed he became outspoken about Apple Music and Spotify and refused to have any of his music uploaded onto streaming sites.
He said: ‘I don’t see why I should give my music to iTunes or anybody else. They won’t pay me in advance for it and then they get angry when they can’t get it.’
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