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Three Michael Jackson songs have been removed posthumously due to doubts about their authenticity

Three Michael Jackson songs have been removed posthumously due to doubts about their authenticity

Three Michael Jackson songs have been removed from Spotify and other streaming services. Fans have questioned for years whether Jackson can really be heard in the songs. The tracks appeared on the album after his death Mikhail From the year 2010.

There has always been a consensus among many Michael Jackson fans: on the tracks ‘Breaking News’, ‘Keep Your Head’ and ‘Monster’, with rapper 50 Cent, you can’t hear their idol, but a session musician can be heard. It’s clear that record label Sony Music is fed up with rumors and has removed the songs from streaming services. This can be inferred from the reaction in the fan forum to a certain Shaq speaking on behalf of Michael Jackson’s heirs.

“I would like to point out that the removal of these three songs has nothing to do with their originality,” he is writing† “The Heirs and Sony Music believes that the constant discussion of songs distracts the fan community and other listeners from what they really need to focus their attention on: Michael’s legendary music catalog.” Entertainment Weekly He cites a similar response from the music company The Heirs. This is the easiest and best way to put this problem behind us once and for all.

All songs were part of the album MikhailIt appeared in 2010 after the death of the “King of Pop”. Officially, it seems that the songs were recorded in 2007, but super fan Vera Serova filed a lawsuit in 2014 for fraud. She is convinced that the audio recordings come from session musician Jason Malachi. Malachi had once admitted this on a social media post, which just as quickly vanished. He said it was hacked. Then Serova lost the lawsuit. The judge ruled that the record company and the heirs were not responsible for the authenticity of the audio recordings.

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