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Robbie Williams to release next collection of songs on YouTube

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Robbie Williams to release next collection of songs on YouTube
Singer-songwriter Robbie Williams is planning to release a second version of his latest album on YouTube to keep fans interested.
 
According to The Sun, the singer, 43, is planning on unveiling the tracks that did not make his most recent album 'The Heavy Entertainment Show' one-by-one on YouTube, in order to draw more fans to his music, reports dailymail.co.uk. 
 
"Robbie has the songs recorded and is ready to go. The tracklisting for The Heavy Entertainment Show was meticulously picked by him as he wanted it to have a certain sound, but he has loads of great music still in the vault," said a source.
 
The source then went on to explain that he hopes using YouTube will keep fans intrigued day after day.
 
"After previously keeping his fans waiting for new music, he wants to keep them interested," the source added. 
 
 
 
 
 

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