Freddie Mercury (lead singer of the band 'Queen') tells reporters about his friendship with Michael Jackson.
At the time of these interviews, Mercury was 27 and Jackson 25. Freddie compares his outgoing nature to Michael's more reclusive approach.
While hanging out in Los Angeles, they starting working together on 3 songs for a period that extended 3 years. Freddie explains it's difficult to finish the songs because they both have a lot of commitments, so Michael ended up getting Mick Jagger (lead singer of 'The Rolling Stones') involved as well.
"As long as our friendship carries on, we can write all kinds of songs."
- Freddie Mercury
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