Several Michael Jackson Songs Removed From Streaming Services
Written by Rika C on July 7, 2022
Michael Jackson‘s estate has gone ahead and removed three tracks from his posthumous album, “Michael,” on all streaming platforms following claims the late singer never actually sang them. The Michael Jackson estate, alongside Sony Music, announced they had withdrawn the songs “Keep Your Head Up,” “Breaking News,” and “Monster,” which were all lifted from the record released in 2010.
Fans were adamant that the songs did not include Michael’s vocals, alleging it was singer Jason Malachi’s vocals that were used instead. And while Sony Music had denied these claims in the past, on Wednesday, the record label decided to pull the songs “as the simplest and best way to move beyond the conversation associated with these tracks once and for all,” they told USA Today. “The album’s remaining tracks remain available.”