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15:41 | 30th March 2017

Entertainment News: News

Wed 10 Aug, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


For this album I'm going to be working with either gay or gay friendly artists, and it'll be a mixture of tracks sung by me and others by young gay artist

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George Michael has released more information regarding his highly anticipated ‘gay’ album due for release later this year.

The singer, who last year was in a car accident whilst under the influence, previously revealed his new studio album will be made with a collective of gay artists in a bid to amend the image he has portrayed to gay youths.

Speaking to NME, the Wham! star said: "For this album I'm going to be working with either gay or gay friendly artists, and it'll be a mixture of tracks sung by me and others by young gay artists – possibly unknown ones.

And I've lined up some really great dance producers to work on it too, so it'll be a pretty stunning record.



He added: "I'll be 48 when the album comes out, but I have to say that gay men's relationship with dance music probably doesn’t end at the same time as straight people's does!"

 

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