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Three Michael Jackson songs taken from streaming in the middle of a debate about fake vocals

Three Michael Jackson songs taken from streaming in the middle of a debate about fake vocals

The post Three Michael Jackson Songs Pulled from Streaming Amid Debate Over Fake Vocals first appeared on Consequence.

Three songs from Michael Jackson’s first posthumous album Michael was taken from streaming platforms on June 30, including Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube and TIDAL. Since the LP was released in 2010, there has been disagreement over whether “Keep Your Head Up”, “Monster” and “Breaking News” actually contain Jackson’s vocals, but a spokesman for the deceased singer’s official website said the removal “had not something to do. do with their authenticity. ”

“I can confirm that the three Cascio tracks on the 2010 album Michael will no longer be made available by Sony Music for purchase or streaming, but I should point out that the removal of these three songs has nothing to do with their authenticity, says the statement given to the fan site Behind the Mask. “The Estate and Sony Music believe the ongoing conversation about the tracks distracts the fan community and casual Michael Jackson listeners from focusing their attention where it should be – on Michael’s legendary and deep music catalog.

The authenticity of the vocals on the removed songs has been questioned by King of Pop’s own mother, sister La Toya, nephew Taryll, and children Prince and Paris. At the time of MichaelSony Music Group said they had “full confidence in the results of our extensive research, as well as the stories of those who were in the studio with Michael, that the vocals on the new album are his own.”

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In June 2014, a fan named Vera Serova filed a class action lawsuit against Sony Music, Jackson’s property, and song producers Edward Cascio and James Porte for violating consumer laws, unfair competition and fraud. Three judges in the anchor court ruled in favor of the estate and Sony in August 2018, removing both parties from the case. Cascio and Porte remain in the lawsuit, which is currently before the California Supreme Court.

In other King of Pop news, Sonic the Hedgehog Creator Yuji Naka recently appeared to confirm that Jackson wrote the music Sonic 3 the soundtrack before saying that his comments may have been lost translation. There is also an authorized biopic about the artist working from Bohemian Rhapsody producer Graham King.

Three Michael Jackson songs taken from streaming in the middle of a debate about fake vocals
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