London: Singer-actress Barbara Streisand is set to release her duets album `Partners`, which includes contribution from king of `Rock and Roll` Elvis Presley.
Streisand, 72, posted on Instagram the cover of album Partners to be released next month.
Presley`s estate has given the singer permission to use his voice. The late musician`s voice has also been used earlier post his death in 1977.
Digital technology has been used to insert the late music icon`s voice alongside LeAnn Rimes, Celine Dion and Susan Boyle on a Christmas single of `O Come, All Ye Faithful`, using his 1971 vocal recording in the album, reported the Independent.
His song `A Little Less Conversation` topped the charts after being remixed by Dutch dance music producer in 2002.