Get ready for a never-released meeting of pop music legends.
Michael Jackson and Queen's Freddie Mercury collaborated on three tracks 30 years ago, and those songs will be getting a release later this year. The two icons came together in 1983 to record the three songs at Jackson's home, with the idea that they would be part of a larger record.
That record was never produced, but the demos will be released this year according to Queen's former drummer Brian May. He called the songs ""exciting, challenging, emotionally taxing. But cool."
What do you expect from a Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury duet?