Michael Jackson Quotes (Author of Moonwalk)
The Jacksons - 2300 Jackson Street (Official Video)
We Have The Perfect Michael Jackson Song For Every Occasion
Find the perfect love song is hard. You don't want anything too sappy, but you want a little sweetness too. And if it can also have a beat and some undeniable funk in there — all the better. Because, regardless of how you feel about Michael Jackson the person, Michael Jackson the pop icon is responsible for some of the best, most romantic songs of the past 40 years. From his chubby-cheeked days leading The Jackson 5 to his moonwalking, glove-wearing glory in the s, Michael Jackson and his music will not soon be forgotten and one forgets just how skilled the man was with love songs. Maybe it's because we all immediately flash to the pop bombast of songs like "Thriller" and "Beat It," but, in reality, few singers did a better job truly selling the emotion of a love song better than MJ.
His music was undeniably thrilling. He broke records. And he made history one album at a time. During the 60s, he, as well as his older brothers, formed the popular Jackson 5, a family band. Known as the king of pop, Michael Jackson remains a global phenomenon with fans all around the world. In honor of this legendary singer, we have chosen the perfect Michael Jackson song for all your occasions. Naturally, we had to pick this one first!
Black Music Month
Michael Jackson wrote a sinister song about child sex abuse which was buried for years. It directly references child molestation in lyrics about a little girl being abused by her step-father. The song goes: "She wrote that she is tired of step daddy using her, saying that he'll buy her things, while sexually abusing her. Despite never being given the go-ahead for release by Jackson himself, bosses at his record label put it out in on his Xscape album. It featured a collection of the superstar's never-before-heard songs that had been discovered after his death. It contained gruesome allegations of child abuse from the two men who claim they were tormented by Jackson as young boys.