KORN Singer JONATHAN DAVIS' 'Got Money'; Behind-The-Scenes Footage Posted Online
Behind-the-scenes footage from the recording of KORN singer Jonathan Davis' new song called "Got Money" can be viewed below. The track is taken from his upcoming solo album and is a cover of the rap hit originally done by T-Pain and Lil Wayne. Davis' version features guest appearances from SLIPKNOT guitarist Jim Root and KORN touring drummer Ray Luzier. Davis told The Pulse of Radio that fans can visit his personal web site, jdsfa.com, to actually see him working on his solo debut. "You can watch me write the whole album," he said. "I have a camera in my house studio, and a camera at the KORN studio, and kids can chat with me and listen to me work and it's been fun. It's been a fun experience."
Davis says he plans to write more songs for his first solo album before recording later this fall. He hopes to have the disc out by early 2009.
The singer plans to tour behind his own record for "six months to a year" before reconvening with KORN sometime in 2009.
Davis has also posted KORN's version of "Kidnapping the Sandy Claws" from the upcoming "Nightmare Before Christmas" soundtrack album.
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