Michael Jackson: Did Sony Use Fake Voice For ‘Breaking News’

November 12th, 2010 - 3:01 pm ICT by Sampurn Wire  

November 12, 2010 (Sampurn Wire): Late pop star Michael Jackson left the world with lots of questions and controversies. The recent one is related to his music label ‘Sony Music’, which is soon going to launch some never heard tracks of the ‘King of Pop’.

During his lifetime, Jackson was involved with so many controversies regarding his alleged child molestation cases. Now, when he has left the world, controversies are still following him in the same pace.

The new track is called ‘Breaking News’, which has been already uploaded in the official MJ website on last Monday. Michael Jackson’s nephews, TJ Jackson and Taryll Jackson have expressed their concern publicly by posting on the micro-blogging site Twitter. Even the two elder children of Jackson have doubted the vocals. They said it can’t be of their late father.

TJ and Taryll said that it could have been recorded by Michael’s imitator Jason Malachi. The new album titled ‘Michael’ is set to be released on December 14 but the serious concern by the close family members may now delay the release.

Sony Music has claimed that the song has been recorded in New Jersey but they could not provide enough proof to support their statement. If the doubt of the relatives’ of late pop star comes out to be true, Sony Music will face double wrath from the fans of Michael as well as from the legal bodies.

–Sampurn Wire

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