La Toya Jackson To Drop Farsi Duet With Iranian Singer Andy Madadian

Mike Wass | October 6, 2015 5:28 pm
La Toya Drops 28-Year-Old Track
Ever the innovator, La Toya Jackson is dropping remixes of a very old track.

From Michael Jackson and Cerrone, to RuPaul and (the still-mysterious) Jed, La Toya Jackson has amassed an eclectic list of duet partners over the years. It shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise then, that Toy Toy is trying her hand at world music — with a little help from Armenian-Iranian superstar Andy Madadian. They will team up for a Farsi-language “song of love and homecoming,” according to fan-site Church Of La Toya.

The track was produced by John Wilson and is expected to drop soon. Andy is probably best known to Western audiences for collaborating with Richie Sambora and Jon Bon Jovi on a cover of “Stand By Me” in 2009. The thinking man’s Jackson recently dropped remixes of 28-year-old track “Trouble.” Prior to that, she conquered clubs with 2014 dance anthem “Feels Like Love.” See another pic of the unlikely duo below.

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