One of George Michael's Last Recordings May Soon Be Released

by Newsdesk

It looks as if one of George Michael‘s last known recorded songs could soon see the light of day, says collaborator Naughty Boy.

The producer was secretly working with George in December, only few weeks before the singers death on Christmas Day.

Naughty Boy told BBC Newsbeat, that he “wouldn’t rule out” releasing the track, continuing: “The song is amazing but it’s just a bit bittersweet.”

“It wasn’t this big music industry arrangement, I’ve just been a fan forever,” he explained. “I wanted to work with him, it was something I put out there.”

The producer continued: “He’s got a lot of dedicated fans around the world. He was back in the studio, he was making an album – so hopefully the music will continue to live on and me being a part of it is just a part of my journey too.”

“I didn’t work on the song at the end of last year either out of respect. It’s only in the last week I started working on it again – we’ll just see how it goes.”

George Michael's cause of death is still unknown after the results of a post-mortem examination proved "inconclusive".

The 53-year-old Careless Whisper singer was found dead by his partner Fadi Fawaz at his home in Oxfordshire, England on Christmas Day.

A statement released by Thames Valley Police on Friday, December 30, revealed the results of the post-mortem and stated that further tests will now be carried out to determine why the pop icon died.

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