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Ne-Yo Works on New Music With Marilyn Manson

September 22, 2008 02:42:49 GMT

Hooked up with Marilyn Manson for a new project, Ne-Yo reportedly ditches The Pussycat Dolls to concentrate on his duet with him.


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Ne-Yo reportedly decides to postpone the recording session with The Pussycat Dolls to focus on a music project with Marilyn Manson. "We're about to go into the studio together. I've wanted to work with him for ages and his people reached out to me when they heard," he says about his plan.

Speaking of the concept that he tries to bring out with Marilyn, the "Miss Independent" singer admits that he actually has no clue about the direction of their music. "I have no idea what the music will sound like or what direction we'll take, but it will be really cool," he explains. "We're obviously two separate sides of the musical extreme but that's what makes it exciting. People might think it's a strange collaboration, I don't."

In a further explanation, he assures his fans that though he doesn't map out the music that he and Marilyn will work on together, he will still be himself with his own style. "But don't worry, you won't see me adopting his style. I don't think you'll ever see me in makeup," he adds in a statement.

Furthermore, when asked about his collaboration with Michael Jackson that he has announced earlier, he says that the new materials are still in the work. "I'm submitting songs for the record, and I know a few other people are," he states. "But I don't know what he's keeping, I don't know what he's recording."

© AceShowbiz.com




Post Your Comments

posted by gus on Oct 07, 2008
who is da girl n3v3r s33n h3r b4. anyway i know n3-yo goin 2 do a good job on it
posted by angelic on Oct 02, 2008
Wow!Sounds exciting!!Can't wait..never expected this collab.,too bad...that theres no makeup..?no?
posted by hehe on Sep 28, 2008
that sounds awesome i luv marilyn manson ahhhhh!! sweet ness

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