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