Boy George had first-hand information on this — there’s a duet called Freedombetween the two Georges in the vaults.
It’s not George Michael’s Freedom, rather a studio version of a Boy George song called Freedom , from his 1987 solo album Sold, which they’d performed at an AIDS charity show that year then went in a studio to record as a duet.
“We sang it together in the studio but he wasn’t happy with it, so it was never ever released,” Boy George says. “I know what he was like. It’s one of the things I admired about him. I always imagined him in the laboratory with a white coat — his vocals, the production, the harmonies, they were so perfectly executed. Maybe that song is lying around somewhere, unless he wiped it!”