Sunday, March 22, 2009

The ‘King of Pop’ is back . . .

Now, you know who I am talking about right! I need not give any introduction to whacko jacko, the ultimate music and dancing superstar who gave those fantastic hits like Bad, Billie Jean, Beat it, Man in the Mirror, Dirty Diana, Black or White, and I can go on-and-on listing those hits. Not missing out to make a mention of his super-duper hit ‘Thriller’ video-song album, where MJ scares his audience with his full moon ghostly act. My music library showcases a huge collection of MJ’s music of the 80’s, 90’s and his 2001 album called ‘Invincible’- sadly was Michael’s last album, before he went into hibernation.
Comeback Tour
And after that, MJ is back with his comeback tour ‘This is it’ in London. And as the news goes that the tickets for this tour which begins July 2009 with scheduled 50 concerts is all sold out, hence sending out a message to the music industry, organizers, music lovers and to MJ himself, that Michael, we want more of you!
Michael started his music career as a young lad at the age of seven years and from there, there was no turning back. Only wished Michael didn’t go under the knife for the plastic surgery jobs- he would have been healthier and mightier today.
Before I sign out let me leave you with the inspirational lyrics of the charity song “We are the World’ sung by Michael Jackson (MJ) and written by MJ himself and Lionel Ritchie.
We are the world,
We are the children,
We are the one to make a brighter day,
So let`s start givin`,
There`s a chance we`re takin`,
We`re takin all our lives,
It`s true we`re make it a brighter day just you and me.
So let’s think about the less fortunate people and especially children around us and do the little we can to help them. . . so please lend that hand :-)
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Before I sign out, as I always say take very good care of yourself and God Bless!

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