New Foo Fighters Album Will Feature ‘Bunch Of Surprising Guests’ Including Boyz II Men Singer
The Foo Fighters have rarely had any collaborations on their previous albums, but that is about to change in a big way on their upcoming effort titled “Concrete And Gold.” Foo Fighters frontman revealed that the band’s new album have some surprise collaborations including a Boyz II Men singer. Not only will “Concrete and Gold” feature special musical guests but it’s also going to be weird.
Grohl appeared on BBC 6 Music where he described the “weirdest moment” of recording the new album which the band called “the album they’ve been waiting to make.” “The guy from Boyz II Men walking through the parking lot and me saying ‘would you sing on our record?’ And he does – on the heaviest song on the entire record.” That guy from Boyz II Men is golden-voiced singer Shawn Stockman, who helped make BIIM one of the biggest R&B groups of all-time.
“It sounds like Sabbath and Pink Floyd. It’s heavy,” Grohl said of the song that Stockman lends his vocals to. “It’s the last song on the record. He built a choir – it’s like 40 vocals stacked. It’s insane.”