Dossier & Family
Movies & interviews
Facts & Curiosities
Sense of humor
Michael in Poland
Charitable Activity
Charitable Singles
In own words
Articles & interviews
In press eyes
Scandal in '93
Trial 2003-05
Artists about him
News archives
About Us
Active Fans
Last update on the web
March 6, 2015  New stuff "Facts & Curiosities" - subject of inspiration and plagiary of three songs.

July 2, 2014  New stuff "Books"- book "Remeber Thr Time Protecting Michael Jackson In His Final Days"

May 1, 2014  New stuff "Discography" - "Xscape" album and "Unreleased tracks".

May 16, 2013  New stuff "Facts & Curiosities" - "Dance Phenomenon".

Our partner is: michaeljackson.pl

Find us on:



Website's map and descriptions

Guest Book


Raymone K. Bain, Dr.Thome: Statements

"Lies run sprints, but the truth runs marathons" - Michael Jackson

Date: August 24th, 2018 Sony confesses to releasing fake Michael's songs

In 2010, several songs were released that were said to be recorded by the late Michael Jackson. Four years later, one fan questioned the music’s validity, leading many to believe the music was fraudulent. Now, nearly three years after the scandal, Sony Music Entertainment has admitted to releasing and selling fake tunes by the late legend.
The fake songs reportedly appeared on the 2010 posthumous album Michael. The songs in question include: “Monster,” “Keep Your Head Up,” and “Breaking News.” In court documents obtained by Karen Civil, Vera Servoa – the fan who kickstarted the investigation into the fake MJ songs – filed a civil suit, accusing Jackson’s longtime friends Eddie Cascio, James Victor Porte, and his production company, Angelikson Productions LLC of creating and selling music through Sony and the Jackson estate.

Cascio and Porte initially claimed that the songs were recorded in Cascio’s basement in 2007. Serova and the Jackson family, contested those claims however. While the singles sounded similar to MJ’s sound, they said Michael never recorded them. Serova testified in the Los Angeles Superior Court that they were recorded by an impersonator named Jason Malachi.
Consequently, Sony Music Entertainment conceded in court, that it had released fake singles. It’s unclear if fans or Jackson’s estate will be awarded for the criminal behavior or whether there will be an monetary punishment for Sony.

Source: Sony Music / MJVibe.com / MJJCommunity  / GeniusMJ  

Date: October 9th, 2017 MJ Estate speaks out about future projects

People from MJWorld.net have had an uniqe chance to coantact with MJ Estate and they did chat with co-executor of MJ Estate John Branca. The subjects they were speaking about are: "Scream" album,"Thriller 3D", "Blood On The Dance Floor" 2017, unreleased songs, Ghosts, concert releases, Neverland.

So here we go:

"Scream" album is a step to expand Michael's fan base, its aimed to attracting a new audience, audience who may not be too familiar with Michael Jackson and get them excited about his work. 

"Thriller 3D" is a project to see Michael's classic masterpiece brought even more to life using modern technology and on a big screen, the fact is that it has been brilliant remastered. You are now able to see it like you would see it for the first time, you are able to really watch the dancers and see tiny details that you had never seen before.

The plan is to release "Thriller 3D" at IMAX's around the world as a special preview you go and watch a big Halloween themed movie. Estate is planning to release it in next year's Halloween.

"Blood On The Dance Floor" 2017 a new version of original music video. It's the same video we've seen in the 1997 but also included new dancing stuffs with the fantastic talents of the Cirque Du Soleil cast. It had to be released this week but in light of incident in Las Vegas they decided to  postpone the release out of respect.

"Ghosts" it's a news that will delight every fan... Estate are hoping to remester and release "Ghosts" in 3D next year too. As in case of "Scream" project's aimed to introduce Michael to a new audice, however this project hasn't been started yet and they don't know yet what exactly it will be like and when it will be released.

"Unreleased songs" Mr. Branca explained that he doesn't belive there's enough high quality recorded music for a whole new album. We all know that Michael recorded a lot over his lifetime, but music thats's been completed and reaches the same quality as previous releases, are few and far between. Even music recorded with will.i.am.didn't include vocals. However, a recording of Sly and the Family Stone's song "Hot Fun In The Summertime" (which Michael bought the rights to) does exist. Michael has recorded multiple harmonies for the chorus of this song, but not any of the verses. So, they may look into getting a popular singer to make this a duet at some point in the future.

The Estate is aware that some fans find it difficult to accept new music so that's why they are careful with what they want to give us and what we are expecting to be given by.

"Tours" Michael's HIStory tour (1996-1997) is the only tour filmed that is suitable for HD, Dolby Surround, multi camera angles etc... Branca foresees that the tour could possibly be released when they come to commemorate that album or during an anniversary. It would be most probably to go straight to DVD/Netflix.

Neverlnad, Estate would love to open it for the public but Zoning laws in California would not allow the amount of traffic along the single long road that leads up to the gates of the ranch. In spite of this Mr. Branca said they are looking into the possibility of opening up Hayvenhurst, where Michael spent many years living and recorded the demos for "Billie Jean" and others for the "Thriller" album.        

Source:  MJWorld.net / MJ Estate / GeniusMJ

Date: September 13th, 2017 Sony's "new" album of King Of Pop.

On September 6, Sony made a decision to release new music project. King of Pop's music is getting back on shop's shells, it's Sempteber 29th of 2017. After long time break Sony is giving us "new" posistion in Michael's discography entitled "Scream" and there you go for its tracklist:

1. This Place Hotel
2. Thriller
3. Blood On The Dance Floor
4. Somebody’s Watching Me
5. Dirty Diana
6. Torture
7. Leave Me Alone
8. Scream
9. Dangerous
10. Unbreakable
11. Xscape
12. Threatened
13. Ghosts
Bonus Track: Blood On The Dance Floor X Dangerous (The White Panda Mash-Up)

As much as its electryify teaser: Scream Teaser.

If we talking about "new" $ony doesn't mean to give us something new but nothing more like hoary old chestnut. After scandal around "Michael"album it seems to record company doesn't want to risk again Fans' trust and is going with all bog hope we buy another "The Best Of" which contains only one new thing called a remix of few tracks. $ony count on big sale because they are ging us new stuff ,however do Fans are really confident that they really want to have another "The Best Of" what they  know very well?

In our opinion better bussiness $ony would made if they gave us the last Michael in his last unfinished but in last steps to be released album. As we know before Michael died, that he was in final level to gave us something new, he wants to release it about his series of shows of This is it, but does $ony do that one day?

By GeniusMJ.com.

Source:  MichaelJackson.com / GeniusMJ


Webmaster: "Mike" Webdesigner: Nancy
www.geniusmichaeljackson.com ; www.genius.michaeljackson.pl
© Genius Michael Jackson 2005-2013 | All rights reserved