Giorgio Moroder kertoo Rolling Stonelle lisää Britneyn kanssa äänittämästään biisistä. Hän ei paljasta, mikä cover on kyseessä, mutta vinkkaa, että se on ilmestynyt noin 30 vuotta sitten acapellana. Rolling Stone esittää asiasta omat arvauksensa. Jännittävää! Olen tästä enemmän innoissani kuin Iggy-yhteistyöstä.
Moroder was also surprised that one artist in particular – the most famous on the album – wanted to collaborate. “Britney came to my management company with the idea to do a particular song with me, which was interesting because usually it’s the other way, with the producer offering a song,” he says. Although he won’t say what song she picked (“the record company doesn’t want me to tell you”), he offered some clues: “Let’s say it’s a song which came out about 30 years ago as an a cappella, just a voice. If you can figure out what it is, I didn’t tell you.” (In the spirit of speculation, possibilities include “O Superman,” Bobby McFerrin’s “Don’t Worry Be Happy” and the Flying Pickets’ cover of “Only You.”
“I think everybody we approached said yes,” he says of his collaborators, which also include Foxes and Mikki Ekko. “To my big surprise, acts like Sia or Britney were. . .” He pauses. “I was gone for 30 years, right? So I’m not somebody who has had a few hits a few years ago.”