Tuesday, 4 July 2017

George Michael's final song could be released soon

The final song recorded by late singer George Michael before his death, could be released soon.

Michael had been working with producer 'Naughty Boy' before he died on Christmas Day last year.

The 32 year old, who's real name is Shahid Khan, told The Mirror newspaper: "It's a brand new track, it is amazing.

"It's a song that he asked me to work with him on and there's a real chance the single will come out."

Reportedly the song is 'ready' to be released, so it sounds like the final version had been fully recorded.

Coincidentally on the exact same day that George Michael died, Khan's Mum suffered a stroke: "There is still something amazing to come from it" he said "And that is, my mum is doing better and we have this song."

He added: "I just wish George was here to tell me what he thought of it. I'm sad I never got to meet him."

Since the singer passed away, stories of his generosity and anonymous donations to charitable causes has been increasingly clear.

For example the founder of Child Line revealed that he had given millions of pounds in donations over the years, but always insisted he remain anonymous.

Meanwhile HIV charity The Terrence Higgins Trust revealed Michael had given "experiences and gifts" to them over the years.

So it just shows that the World has lost much more than a fantastic singing talent, but a truly generous human being. Gone way before his time.

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