“Who Is It,” written and composed by Michael Jackson, was released as a single from Dangerous and reached the Top 10 in nine countries. The short film was directed by Oscar-nominated director David Fincher.
“Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'” was released as the fourth single from Thriller and peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1983.
“Stranger in Moscow” was a Top 10 hit single in seven countries and was produced as the final short film for HIStory: Past, Present and Future—Book I.
Michael Jackson’s “In the Closet” was the third of nine short films produced for Dangerous, and was a stunning departure from Michael’s previous short films.
Michael Jackson’s “Cry” from the album Invincible was released internationally as a single in December 2001.
Michael Jackson’s #1 hit “Black or White” was released as the first single from Dangerous in November 1991.
The Michael Jackson & Paul McCartney duet “The Girl Is Mine” was released as the first single from Thriller in October 1982.
The title track from Michael Jackson’s album Bad was released in September 1987. The album has sold more than 35 million records worldwide.
“You Rock My World,” the lead single from Michael Jackson’s Invincible, was released in August 2001 and became a worldwide Top 10 hit.
“Jam,” the fourth single from Michael Jackson’s #1 hit album Dangerous, was released in July 1992.
“Scream,” the only duet recording featuring Michael Jackson and his sister, Janet, reached its chart peak in June 1995.
Michael Jackson’s “Blood On The Dance Floor” became a worldwide hit in May 1997.
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