The producer wants to use another singer to replace Victoria Beckham...

DAMON DASH plans to release the hip-hop album he produced for Victoria Beckham, but will remove her vocals from it.

Feeling he has been mistreated by the former Spice Girl and her management, the rap mogul plans to get another vocalist to singVictoria Beckham’s parts on the album.

“I want people to hear the album but it will be with another artist. A lot of work went into it and I don’t want to throw it all away,” he explained to The Sun newspaper.


Dash says that despite Victoria Beckham co-writing some of the 14 tracks which appear on the album, he owns the rights to the tracks, which he claims he has not been paid for.

“The way I see it, as long as they didn’t buy them, I can do whatever I want,” he added.

Dash also vented his anger against ’American Idol’’s , Simon Fuller, who he says was never pleased with Victoria Beckham’s links to the producer.

Dash signed the failed singer to model his Roc-A-Wear clothing range, as well as agreeing to produce her album, and revive her flailing pop career.

“Her management wasn’t happy with her affiliation with hip-hop,” he concluded. “They nipped it in the bud.”