Three disputed Michael Jackson songs pulled from streaming sites : The three Michael Jackson songs were removed from streaming sites after long-running accusations that they were recorded by another person, Sony and the late estate of the singer’s death announced Wednesday.
“Breaking News,” “Monster and ‘Keep Your Head up’ appear on the mixtape Michael which was released just one year following Michael Jackson’s passing from a heart arrest.
A few fans have long maintained that the vocals in the tracks belong to the American session singer under his name Jason Malachi, claims Sony has repeatedly denied.
The record label and the estate of Jackson’s said nevertheless, they taken the decision to take down the tracks “as the simplest and best way to move beyond the conversation associated with these tracks once and for all.”
Three disputed Michael Jackson songs pulled
In their statement jointly that they believed the decision to remove was absolutely nothing to do with whether or not the songs were genuine.
“Nothing should be read into this action concerning the authenticity of the tracks — it is just time to move beyond the distraction surrounding them,” they stated.
Sony as well as Jackson’s estate also announced that the other seven tracks from Michael will remain on the market.
When it was released in December of 2010 Michael was described as having unreleased tracks which were “recently completed using music from the original vocal tracks and music created by the credited producers.”
Jackson is said to have composed and recorded them along with producer Edward Cascio and James Porte in the year 2007.
However, many fans and certain Jackson relatives expressed doubts as well. Sony has been forced issue an official statement stating that it was of “complete confidence” that the vocals were indeed from Jackson.
Sceptics claimed that they were performed by Malachi who according to the TMZ confessed in a Facebook post in 2011 this was indeed the case.
The manager later denied it his claim, saying the post was fake, as reported by the media. In 2014, a fan Vera Serova launched a class-action lawsuit in California against Sony the estate of Jackson, Cascio and Porte accusing them of deceiving consumers.
An appeals court ruled favor of Sony and the estate in 2018, dissolving the lawsuit from them. Serova was then able to appeal to California’s supreme court according to the TMZ. The judges were not able to make a decision on the question of whether Jackson was actually singing the songs The controversy remains.
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