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When people ask me ‘what is the greatest moment of your life thus far’, I do not hesitate for one moment: it was the night I got to play the kinanda for Michael Jackson.

Let me back up a little. Michael and my dad became friendly when he moved to New York in 2001 to record his album, Invincible. While I am well aware of the many controversies that surrounded Michael Jackson’s life, they had no bearing on the evenings that my family and I got to spend with him. My family was lucky enough to get to know him and his beautiful, lovely children, away from the flash of cameras and the chants of...
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posted by the_best_Lover
(This makala was written previously kwa me for Vexi :D She asked me to publish this, so, here we go!)

Isn't my intention pissing off none of you, my dear Marafiki and MJ fans! It's just something that I would like to say...

"I think that all of Lisa Marie songs are GREAT, I upendo the rhythm, the instruments sound very good,...so much to say! Her voice has spirit, passion, a little bit of anger, but most of it, her voice has strenght.

I admire her as a person now, as the beautiful singer that she is, and i'm sorry that she's not recognize kwa the public and the industry, as she deserved to be.
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Kenny Ortega is a fabulous person and we really appreciated his time. Here’s what he had to tell us about his new film and his historic collaboration with Michael Jackson:

Q: Have wewe had any sleep?

KO: wewe know, I haven’t had any sleep for the last few months. I haven’t. During the rehearsals, I worked pretty late hours and then we did the memorial and then we started up on the film and the film was 14 hours a day, seven days a week, every week since we started and then we handed the movie over and it was like mixing. We just came back from 10 days out on the road starting in Chicago with...
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posted by mj_yana_girl
Background Info
(AKA Nightline), this song was written kwa Glen Ballard, Brie Howard, David Allen Faragher (1982) for Michael's Thriller album, but failed to make the final track listing.

"When I found out it wasn't going to be on there, I just said, I'll be on the inayofuata one," alisema Ballard in 1999. "And the truth is, I got on the inayofuata two, which cumulatively sold over 50 million. It turned out to be good karma. I feel that if Nite-Line had been on Thriller, I would never have written Man In The Mirror, which is an infinitely better song, and one of the best in my catalogue."

It was recorded as Nightline...
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61th birthday tribute
2019
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