Though legal issue may prevent him from releasing his project with Michael Jackson, will.i.am does hope the record will, someday, be dropped for purchase. "I don't know if it will come out because of legalities but I hope it does," he said.
Despite his previous statement that the new material was kept only by Michael because the late singer didn't want it to be leaked, will.i.am revealed he had the song on his computer. "It was on my computer. It's pretty fresh, it's pretty great," the Black Eyed Peas' member gushed.
Describing on what can be expected from the project, will.i.am told The Daily Mirror, "It's something Michael has never done before - a dance music album. I was very proud of it."
Beside working on a dance music album with will.i.am, Michael Jackson was also rumored to craft an instrumental set with composer David Michael Frank. The singer who died on June 25 also hit studio with Claude Kelly and Akon who insisted the effort could be dropped as a tribute album.