A song called 'Don't Be Messin' 'Round' that Michael Jackson considered for four separate albums but never released has finally surfaced. A demo version of the track from 1987 was issued as part of the rollout of new music for the upcoming 25th anniversary edition of Jackson's 'Bad' album.
With the 25th anniversary of Michael Jackson’s ‘Bad’ album coming up and being re-released as a three-CD, one DVD deluxe set to be titled ‘Bad 25,’ artists all around the world are showing their love for the late and great king of pop. Amid them all one in particular is surely going to stand out and have us dancing for days on end. It’s Dutch music producer and DJ Afrojack's remix of the title track, ‘Bad.’
Michael Jackson lives on not only in his music, but also on cans of Pepsi.
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of his 'Bad' album, the soft drink brand has partnered with the King of Pop's estate for its 'Live for Now' campaign, which will feature a whopping one billion special edition Michael Jackson Bad 25 Pepsi cans in addition to iconic music, epic live events and opportunities for fans to access special edition merchandise.
Matt Fiddes, Michael Jackson's former bodyguard, can't seem to get his story straight when it comes to MJ's youngest son, Prince Michael Jackson II, aka Blanket. Fiddes says he now believes he is Blanket's biological father, and he wants visitation rights so his mother can see her alleged grandson.
PopCrush readers, you may get your wish. The King of Pop is your overwhelming choice as the artist you'd most like to see 'resurrected' as a hologram. Now Jackie Jackson, inspired by the virtual appearance of Tupac Shakur at Coachella last weekend, tells E! Online that a hologram version of their brother Michael could join him and Jermaine, Tito and Marlon on next year's tour to support the Jacksons' new album.