Millions of George Michael fans could be rejoicing soon, as his longtime creative partner revealed that he has a bunch of unreleased songs that were made prior to his passing.
Singer and songwriter David Austin, who worked with George on songs like “Turn to Gold” and “You Have Been Loved”, recently spoke about the secret tracks and his desire to get them out for the public to hear.
“There are a few recordings that are extraordinary pieces of writing. They are finished, mastered, mixed and they’re sitting there,” Radar Online reported.
As if that wasn’t enough, there have also been reports about some never-heard-before duets with some of the biggest stars in music including Elton John and the late Whitney Houston and Aretha Franklin.
Michael, who was known as a perfectionist, released his last studio album way back in 2004 called Patience, which topped the charts in his native country of England. He only made five studio albums over the course of his 30-year career outside of the two with Wham!
He last type of musical effort was in 2014 called Symphonica, which was the only live album he released during his lifetime. It included a cover of Terence Trent D’Erby’s song “Let Her Down Easy”, which was his last charting single while he was alive.