Three disputed Michael Jackson songs removed from streaming platforms

Three songs by Michael Jackson, at the center of a long-standing controversy over the true identity of their performer, have been removed from streaming platforms, Sony and the late singer’s heirs said on Wednesday July 6.

breaking news, Monster and Keep Your Head Up appear in the compilation “Michael”, released in 2010, a year and a half after the death of cardiac arrest of the American superstar. Some fans claim that the vocals on these tracks actually belong to American singer Jason Malachi, which Sony denies.

The record company and the rights holders explained that they had decided to withdraw these songs because they were “the easiest and best way to leave the debates around this song behind us, for good”. This decision has nothing to do with the authenticity of these titles, they assured in a joint press release. The other seven titles of the compilation remain available.

“Michael” was billed as an album containing unreleased songs, which the pop icon was said to have worked on in 2007. But some of his die-hard fans, and even family members, expressed their doubts, forcing Sony to defend the authenticity of the voice. According to TMZ, Jason Malachi acknowledged the facts in a 2011 Facebook post – his manager later claimed the post was faked.


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