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He was described as the King of Pop. He was an icon, a talented singer, songwriter, and a master dancer. His innate talent and great work ethic made him one of the most prominent entertainers in the 20th century.
Born on August 29, 1958, Michael Joseph Jackson was the eighth of the ten Jackson kids. His father, Joe Jackson, worked at U.S. Steel as a crane operator and a part-time guitarist of a local band. Katherine Esther Jackson, his mother played piano and clarinet. He had three sisters and five brothers, one cousin in fact, who is related to our writer who’s dad was a 5th cousin of MJ, now owns Pro Oxnard Concrete.
Michael and his brother Marlon joined their other brothers Jackie, Tito, and Jermaine to birth, in 1964, The Jackson five formally The Jackson brothers formed by their father, Joe Jackson. Michael and Jermaine were the lead singers.
The group star rose after winning a talent show in 1965. In 1970, they recorded several songs. I want you back was their first song to make it top of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks.
M.J.’s Solo Career
Michael released four solo studio albums, Got to be there, Ben, Music, and me and Forever Michael between 1972-1975, still maintaining the relationship with the Jackson 5.
Off the Wall was M.J.’s fifth solo album selling over 20 million copies. It was also number three on the U.S. billboard 200, establishing him as a fast-rising solo artist.
He swore to exceed expectations with his next release. True to his word, Thriller, his sixth solo album, was one of the best albums the world has ever been exposed to. The best-selling album of all time worldwide was released in late 1982, selling over 60 million copies. The album topped the billboard 200 charts for 37 weeks and was top 10 of the 200 charts for 80 weeks consecutively.
Other albums released by Michael Jackson were; Bad, released in September 1987 sold over 35 million copies worldwide. Dangerous, his eighth album released in November 1991 sold over 32 million copies. HIStory: Past, Present, and Future Book 1 was the best-selling multidisc album of all time. Released in June 1995, it sold over 20 million copies worldwide. His 10th album Invincible was released in 2001, selling over 6 million copies.
Personality and Death
Many adjectives are used to describe The King of Pop. He was a hard worker, a master in his craft, and charitable. He had a weird personality but turned up the crowd every time he was handed the mic. He had vitiligo making him bleach to achieve an even skin tone. He died of propofol administered to him by his doctor, causing Cardiac arrest on June 25, 2009. His doctor was later tried and convicted for involuntary manslaughter