While the world continues to mourn the loss of ex-Wham! member George Michael (the star died in his home in the UK on Christmas Day), the late singer still somehow continues to put a smile on our somber faces.
It is believed that the 53-year-old hitmaker, who is famous for iconic hits like Faith and Freedom ’90, has left behind three albums’ worth of unreleased songs.
According to the Daily Mail, one album, called Trojan Souls, featured a song called White Light, which Michael performed at the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics.
He was expected to release it to the public shortly thereafter but never did...
Then there’s a dance-inspired album that is said to be a follow-up to the 1990s record Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1, which was originally sidelined after an alleged dispute with Sony.
Michael’s boyfriend Fadi Fawaz, who found the singer in his home on that fateful Christmas morning, also posted a never-been-heard-before track called This Kind Of Love from Trojan Souls to Twitter.
The lyrics read: “You don’t have to think about it, you don’t have to do without it, you just have to believe in this kind of love.”
Our thoughts are with Mr Fawaz and Michael’s family during this difficult time.