The Australian R&B singer, whose latest song is a dance cover of the Donna Summer hit 'Finger on the Trigger', has even suggested removing her name from the track so that people don't ignore it.
Hines told The Daily Telegraph: "It's a good song so take my head off it if you have a problem with that."
She said that new releases from older Aussie artists quite often receive poor treatment in the industry but insisted that she doesn't feel bitter about it.
Hines also revealed that a lot of artists nowadays "take bits and pieces" from older songs because they have a "recognition factor". She added: "I just did this song because I love it - and it was written by Quincy Jones. It would be nice if Quincy could hear it."
The former backing singer for Kylie Minogue also opened up about her love of her job, saying: "I don't really look at what I do as having phases. I'll sing until I can't breathe any more and if there are a few releases in between, then great."
Deni's mother Marcia used to be a judge on Australian Idol before it was axed last year.
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