George Michael’s Posthumous Single Is Giving People ‘mixed Feelings’

George Michael’s posthumous single is giving people ‘mixed feelings’

Radio 2’s host Chris Evans read a letter from Michael’s manager, David Austin, who explained how the song came to be.
“‘Fantasy’ was originally meant to be on [the album] ‘Listen Without Prejudice’ and was intended to be one of the singles from the album, but somehow it got lost in the ether,” he said.
Prior to his death, Michael asked Rodgers to rework the song so he could release it as a new single.
Some fans raved about the new song and talked of how emotional it was to listen to.
But others didn’t love it.
Rodgers tweeted a response to one person who said they had “mixed feelings” about the new single.
“You SHOULD have mixed feelings. No one’s heart was dragged through emotional ambiguity more than mine,” he tweeted. “Tears, uncertainty, happiness & #LOVE.”
The producer also said “This process was extremely emotional for me. We were such massive fans of each other’s work. #Christmas2016 was very sad.”
The “Listen without Prejudice/MTV Unplugged” album will be released on October 20.

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