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King Of Pop Special: Jackson Gets His Mtv

September 15, 2011
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Even before his fame, Michael Jackson had always high hopes and with the release of his album “THRILLER”, he knew it will be a start of the next giant level up for him. Weisner  and MJ shared a common vision and he started working to turn this vision into a reality when he walked into […]

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King Of Pop Special: Top Records

September 6, 2011
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Michael Jackson, as always, is on top and he will always be. And today we will name some of his top records, as we all know success is with his music either through radio, MTV or record sales. In a span of 15 months, seven (7) of the nine (9) tracks from MJ’s “Thriller” album […]

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King Of Pop Special: Conquering The World

August 31, 2011
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Undeniably, Michael Jackson was able to make his mark to the local music industry and has proven that he can also conquer the world with his millions record sales around the globe. Epic executives strongly believed that there is a huge sales in their project with Jones and Jackson and that’s the reason they are […]

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King Of Pop Special: Thriller Time

August 22, 2011
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When Michael Jackson had his album “Off the Wall” he suggested to Epic Records that he will work with Quincy Jones. As a brief background he met this producer when he played the Scarecrow in the movie version of “The Wiz” and Jones produced the soundtrack. As usual, Epic Records is worried and hesitant because […]

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King Of Pop Special: How Michael Jackson Turned Music To Blockbusters

August 17, 2011
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With Michael Jackson’s birthday fast approaching and as a sort of tribute to his remarkable contribution in the world of music, I am making King of Pop special series. Mainly, this will be devoted on looking back how he started, his struggles and how he made through it all to achieve his worldwide success. Let […]

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