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Michael Jackson's Breaking News

Listen to the King of Pop's first single from his posthumous debut album, MICHAEL.

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"Breaking News" is the first single for Michael Jackson's album titled MICHAEL which is set to release this coming December. The song was recorded in New Jersey in 2007 and was just completed recently for the album. Despite the fact that the song only has a little of Michael's voice in it, Katherine, MJ's mother, doesn't think that the song is his. TJ Jackson, Michael's brother, says, "There's many MJ vocal impersonators. Some better than others. But there is only ONE Michael Jackson. Deceptively merging shady vocals with MJ samples (from prior MJ records) will never fool me."

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