Last week the rumour mill was buzzing when Anja Nissen and coach will.i.am decided not to release new single 'My Girls'.
Now we know why the track that Delta Goodrem penned for The Voice winner was canned.
"'My Girls' is an awesome song, a great song," Anja told The Daily Telegraph.
"It just came down to whether or not it’s my style or not. Will just wasn’t sure."
Anja, 18, was due to release the track as her winner's single last Friday before it was dropped by the Black Eyed Peas producer in favour of a new song written by him.
"We didn’t have enough time. Will wanted to be part of the decision making process when it came to choosing the single. Will wasn’t sure if 'My Girls' was the right style for me. He wanted to have a few more days to think about that and start working on ideas, looking at where to go next," Anja continued.
Her self-titled covers album was recorded over one day last week and is due to be released on Friday to coincide The Voice Top 8 national tour.
Anja and Will left The Voice finale after party early to get to work on the elusive new single, which remains unfinished.
"We've been playing around with some ideas, but there's nothing ready to go as such," she confirmed.
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