MJ the Musical is the new musical that celebrates the artistry of Michael Jackson, featuring a book by two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage and directed and choreographed by Tony Award® winner Christopher Wheeldon.
“Tabloid Junkie” is a critically-acclaimed track from HIStory: Past, Present and Future—Book I which addresses media bias, an issue Michael dealt with throughout much of his adult life.
Michael Jackson recorded “Money” as one of 15 new tracks for the 1995 album HIStory: Past, Present and Future—Book I.
“You Are Not Alone” was released as a single from HIStory: Past, Present and Future—Book I in August 1995.
Michael Jackson’s “HIStory” was one of 15 new songs recorded for HIStory: Past, Present and Future—Book I. It was later released as a double A-side single with “Ghosts.”
“Childhood,” a double A-side single with “Scream,” became the first single to debut at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100.
“Scream,” the only duet recording featuring Michael Jackson and his sister, Janet, was released in May 1995.
“2 Bad,” featuring a guest rap performance by Shaquille O’Neal, was one of 15 new tracks released on the 1995 album HIStory: Past, Present and Future—Book I.
“They Don’t Care About Us,” written and produced by Michael Jackson, was the fifth single from HIStory: Past, Present and Future—Book I and reached the Top 10 in 16 countries.
Michael Jackson recorded the song “Smile,” one of his favorite songs, for the album HIStory: Past, Present and Future—Book I. Michael was a huge fan of Charlie Chaplin, who wrote the music.
“Stranger in Moscow” was the sixth single released from HIStory: Past, Present and Future—Book I, and was a Top 10 hit single in seven countries.
Michael Jackson’s “Cry” from the album Invincible was released internationally as a single in December 2001.
Michael Jackson’s #1 hit “Black or White” was released as the first single from Dangerous in November 1991.
“[Michael would] say… ‘This is It, a call to arms. We have to all realize how important it is to invest ourselves and pumping more love back into the world.’” This is It director Kenny Ortega on the significance of the name of the tour
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