Victoria Beckham's scrapped hip-hop album has leaked - and it's terrible

Demos from Victoria Beckham's scrapped 2003 album have leaked online. Photo/AP
Demos from Victoria Beckham's scrapped 2003 album have leaked online. Photo/AP

A scrapped 2003 solo album from Victoria Beckham has leaked online - and it's marvelously awful.

Seventeen demos from an unreleased album called Come Together found their way online after a demo disc was auctioned off on eBay, reports Digital Spy.

The songs, co-written by hip-hop producer Damon Dash, follow a strict R&B formula that was popular in the late '90s and early 2000s.

Beckham appears to be channeling her inner Jennifer Lopez, crooning lyrics like, "Don't mess with that dude," and, "Watch me shake it down to the ground."

Guest rappers include M.O.P. and 'Ol Dirty Bastard.

Beckham released just one solo album after the Spice Girls split, but 2001's self-titled release failed to fire on the charts or with critics, with NME calling it "a new low in shameless pop slaggery."

The leak of songs from Come Together reveals the potential direction Beckham may have taken had she continued with her music career.

- NZ Herald

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