'The Voice' coach said he would consider letting contestants record their own versions of the tracks
William has claimed to have a “hard drive full” of unreleased songs by some of the biggest pop stars in the world.
The tracks are apparently what was left over from sessions where the Black Eyed Peas and The Voice coach worked with the above artists as an independent producer.
Speaking to Digital Spy, he said “I got a hard drive full of songs that just sit there and we could go through them. There’s Nicole Scherzinger folders, there’s Britney folders, there’s Rihanna folders, Beyoncé folders – just songs.
“When I work with artists, we record songs and write songs, and to get one song you have to record seven.
“So those other six are actually really good. Maybe there’s two of them that are good, maybe there’s one lingering one that just needs some touching up. So you just go through the hard drive. There’s Michael Jackson folders, there’s Whitney Houston folders, there’s a Mariah Carey folder.”
Will.I.Am also explained that he would consider letting his contestants on The Voice record their own versions of the songs to save them going to waste.
“They’re just going to sit there on my hard drive. Somebody has to go through them,” he said.