Michael Jackson was a beloved artist to many around the world. The news of his death shook everyone around as his music resonated with many of their souls.
Late singer Michael Jackson is still raking in profits
Right now, it seems Michael Jackson is continuing to make money regardless of passing on 13 years ago. To date, Mirror reports that the late singer has been raking in at least 300 million a year.
Thus far, the children of the late singer will be set for life as well as the billionaire of the father’s estate. So far, Michael Jackson left behind three of his children named Paris, Blanket, and Prince.
Previously, Jackson’s kids went through hardships with their father while even becoming homeless at one point. Now, the likelihood of worrying about money has come to an absolute zero.
To date, the lives of the Jackson kids have remained private for the most part with Paris Jackson making red carpet appearances for her career endeavors to date.
Disputed songs removed from streaming platforms
Lately, many Michael Jackson fans aren’t quite happy with some of the songs they have listened to over the years. This comes as Sony released the singer’s album, Michael, just a year after he died.
Thus far, customers have been accusing Sony of lying to customers about the vocal on three of Michael’s songs. Right now, three songs have subsequently been removed from the album as a result of this.
However, Sony has denied that the songs were removed as a result of vocals that are not Michaels. Currently, many believe that some of the songs were sung by an artist name Malachi.
Previously, Malachi admitted to this being the case on Facebook back in 2011. But, his manager has since claimed that the post was false. Right now, songs such as Breaking News, Monster, and Keep your head up have been removed from all streaming platforms.