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Did You Know: Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson Recorded A Duet In The 1980’s? (Video) (Poll)

Michael Jackson (L) and Freddie Mercury (R)

Thirty-three years after they first began work on the track, Queen finally released “There Must Be More to Life Than This” – featuring vocals by Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson ,on their compilation album Queen Forever, which hit the shelves on November 11, 2014.

Well, I must have been under a rock because I had no clue! The song was written during the Hot Space sessions, but they never finished it and Mercury eventually released his own version on his 1985 solo debut Mr. Bad Guy.

Listen to the track below.

Read more at Rollingstone.com

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Rita Ora feat. Chris Brown Performs “Body On Me” On Jimmy Kimmel Live! (Video)

VIBING TO: BEST OF KYGO- SUMMER 2015

KEEP CALM AND LISTEN TO KYGO!

Tipped by Billboard Magazine as the ‘the next EDM superstar’, Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, a.k.a KYGO, has gone from bedroom producer to one of the most hyped electronic artists on the planet in unprecedented time. Having established himself as a household name thanks to his widely popular remixes, sell out shows in North America and Europe as well as headline performances at festivals including TomorrowWorld and Findings, KYGO signed a worldwide recording deal with Sony Music Entertainment in September. His first original track ‘Firestone’, released at the end of 2014, has now amassed over 7 million plays across SoundCloud and YouTube and over 40 million plays on Spotify, peaking at #4 in the worldwide Spotify chart. With a hotly anticipated album scheduled for 2015, plus a new live show experienced due to be unveiled at Ultra Music Festival, this is only the beginning for this 24 year old Norwegian prodigy.

Check out more music and his website here KYGOMUSIC.COM

Source: JUST LISTEN KYGOMUSIC.COM

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