— Michael Jackson (@michaeljackson) January 25, 2016
— Ms Mo (@MJJRealRealm) September 22, 2014
Today in Black History:
The original album, holds the Guinness World Records title for best-selling album of all time. It has been certified 29x Multi-platinum by the RIAA, featured seven top 10 hits, spent 37 weeks at the top of the charts and sold more than 104 million copies worldwide and counting…
Besides all that, Thriller had significant cultural influence. Michael broke unspoken racial barriers between pop, rock and dance music. He made music almost everyone could love.
It’s not often that the whole world listens to the same music, and there’s great power in that. You can’t have it unless just about every constituency is represented. That feat is probably one Michael’s greatest triumphs.
9 Years Ago Today… June 13th, 2002
(Inducted in 1997 as a member of The Jackson’s aka Jackson 5)
By Marvin Marks
Much has been said about the incredible abilities Michael Jackson had as a
singer and a dancer but much less is said about his skills as a
songwriter. In fact, few people think of him as a songwriter.
But the truth, is he wrote many of his most well known hit songs himself.
6 years ago today in 2005: VIDEO >>> VICTORY for Michael.
“The man’s innocent. He always was.” Tom Mesereau, June 13, 2005
Mesereau & Yu, LLP