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Three Michael Jackson songs removed after doubts about their authenticity |  Currently

Three Michael Jackson songs removed after doubts about their authenticity | Currently

Three Michael Jackson songs have been pulled from Spotify and other streaming services. It’s about clips from the album released in 2010 MikhailWrites Entertainment Weekly Wednesday. The songs were removed because it was assumed that Jackson could not be heard.

It’s about songs keep your head up And the Breaking news† also a sampleThe track on which rapper 50 Cent can be heard can no longer be found in the album track list on streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music.

There has been a lot of talk about songs for some time now. A fan filed a lawsuit in 2014 against the singer’s heirs and Sony Music, the label that Mikhail Published posthumously. According to the fan, they knew it wasn’t Jackson, but an impersonator could be heard on the record. The heirs of the artist and Sony did not deny this, but said that they did not know anything about it.

So the judge closed the case. However, the songs have now been removed from streaming services.

“This is the easiest and best way to put this behind us,” Sony Music said in a statement. “We want to focus on existing and new projects that honor Michael’s work.” The record company says that deleting the three songs does not mean that a copycat can actually be heard on them.

Mikhail It was released in 2010, a year after Jackson’s death. The album contains ten previously unreleased songs. Apart from the three tracks, other recorded songs can still be streamed.