George Michael: New song from the late star to get to the first game


A previously unknown George Michael track to get his first game, eight months after the singer’s death.

The track, broadcast on BBC Radio 2 on Thursday morning, is likely to Believe, a remix of previously released track Fantasy from the 1987 album.

Producer Nile Rodgers, who had with Michael shortly before he died, said he hopes that the song fans proud.

It’s premiere is said on The Chris Evans Breakfast Show at 8.10 am, Radio 2. ‘Tearful Journey”

The late star’s publicist, confirmed the news, saying that Sony Music was “proud” to present the new single.

News of the single came as his sisters Melanie and Yioda an update on his official website wrote, they say to carry his musical legacy “just like Yog wanted to”.


Musician and producer Nile Rodgers has been tweeting about the possible release of the track for the last couple of weeks.

He said it was a “long, heartfelt, and tearful journey”, and added: “I hope we can do the fans proud of the amount of love we have put into it.”

Rodgers tweeted shortly after the news of the course broke on Wednesday afternoon.

At the end of the Twitter post by @nilerodgers

Michael, who rose to fame in the band Wham!, died at the age of 53, of heart disease and a buildup of fat in his liver.

His body was found by his partner, a hairdresser Fadi Fawaz, at his home in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, at Christmas.

During his career, Michael enjoyed number seven on the UK singles chart, including: Careless Whisper, A Different corner, Jesus To a child Fast love.

He had 23 top-10 hits, including Faith, father figure that Loved the Outside and Was.

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