Unheard Michael Jackson, Freddie Mercury 1983 collaboration to be released
Songs recorded in the early 1980s by the two international pop mega-stars, which remain to this day shrouded in mystery, will be unveiled in two months' time.
The two deceased stars, Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury, are said to have recorded several original duets together in 1983.
Better late than never, the recordings will finally make their way to the public soon.
According to the Times of London, Queen's guitarist and drummer, Brian May and Roger Taylor, have declared that there should be "something for folks to hear" two months from now.
The three titles expected for release are Victory, State of Shock and There Must Be More to Life than This, recorded during a six-hour session at Michael Jackson's recording studios in California.
The former Queen band members will complement these tracks with a few original songs they are preparing.