At the peak of Roc-A-Fella Records’ success, co-founder Damon Dash became close with former Spice Girls member Victoria Beckham and recorded a hip-hop album.
She recorded a number of tracks that never saw the light of day… until now.
According to UK’s Mirror, the shelved project was recorded in 2003 and titled Come Together. And apparently, was auctioned off on eBay last month. But, the tracks have made their way online recently.
There’s 15 tracks altogether and features collaborations with Ol’ Dirty Bastard on “That Dude” and M.O.P. on “DAT Simple.”
In the past, Dash discussed the album with The Evening Standard, saying: “Because Victoria’s record company aren’t happy about the fact that she came over to New York to work with me they are putting out stories. Before anyone’s even heard the album they were making things up.
“I heard a story that Victoria was calling herself the female Eminem,” he added. “That’s just dumb. She never said that. I’m going to open Roc-a-Fella Records in London. I’ll show these Telstar cats how it’s done.”