May 14, 2001 15:00

GAYE HIP HOP SENSATION!

EPMD rapper/producer Erick Sermon wants to use the soul legend's voice on his new single...

GAYE HIP HOP SENSATION!
New and previously unheard MARVIN GAYE vocals are set to used on a forthcoming single by legendary EPMD rapper and producer ERICK SERMON, NMEHIPHOP.COM has learned.

'Music', the first song to be lifted from new feature film 'What's The Worst That Could Happen?' soundtrack, will feature the late soul master's voice. The album also sees Craig Mack link up with the late great Frank Sinatra on 'Wooden Horse'.

The soundtrack looks set to be one of this years most interesting film works with classic jazz, R&B and funk mixing with contemporary hip hop - Snoop Dogg, Queen Latifah and Doggy's Angels all feature.

The comedy movie stars Martin Lawrence of 'Blue Streak' fame and Danny DeVito. It will be released in June in the US with UK dates yet to be announced.

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