A Successful Solo Artist
I can't find the words to describe Michael Jackson, but there's one we all know pertaining to him is that was one the greatest entertainers who ever lived. Seeing how he's been apart of lives for so long, it's like considering him apart our family or a a longtime friend of ours. Sadly, media tends to focus on the negative aspect of his life rather than the positive aspects of his life as well, so I'm going to reflect on all the good things he's done over the years, his rise to success and his humanitarian work on behalf of children around the world.
Michael was the sweetest and kindest man anyone would want to meet, and was a real gentleman when it cam to the ladies. Speaking for myself, I've been a fã of his on/off, but didn't listen to his música until his passing back in 2009. So, I don't have a lot of materials or paraphenalia pertaining to him, but I've the memories to look back on and that's enough for me. One thing I learned was that Michael was a huge fã of another one of my favorito singers while he was growing up and that was Sam Cooke, who paved the way for Michael; as well, as other black recording artists to set up own their música publishing firms start their own record companies, which MJJ Records was established back in 1994, just 35 years after Sam Cooke formed SAR Records back in 1959.
Michael had drive and the determination to succeed in the entertainment industry por way of hard work and determination, which would stick with up him up until the dia he passed on. This is the who stood up to Berry Gordy on behalf of him and his brothers in regards to getting them the independence to wrote, record and produce their own songs with help from his father, Jospeh, back in the mid-70's. Though Gordy retained the name of the Jackson 5, Michael, alongside his brothers, signed with Epic records back in 1976, which he continued to record his classic recordings for 33 years. Michael was not a pushover when it came to people trying to mess with him especially when older brother, Jermaine, blatantly disrespected him the 1991 controversial song, "Word To The Badd", in retaliation over some nonsense, which nearly him and his family evicted from Hayvnhusrt if their mother hadn't of intervened. Jermaine did apologize for what he'd done, and received plenty of flack form Berry Gordy due to actions.
Michael was the jack of all trades in the entertainement as an actor/model/entrepeneur/singer/dancer/composer/entertainer/heartthrob/voiceover actor. As a composer, Michael composed the musical score for the video game, Sonic The Hedgehog back in the early-90's; in addition, to co-writing the hit song, "Do The Bartman", making an appearance as a guest voice actor of mental patient, Lenny in a 1991 episode of "The Simpsons". The was the Dangerous tour, when he performed live in Bucharest, Romainia back in 1992, who paid a precedent amount of $20,000,000, which was aired on HBO. II watched the show, concerto on DVD a few months ago. These are the good things I remember pertaining to Michael and I can't for the rest of everyone else
A Loving Husband
An International Superstar
Grammy-Awarding Winning Singer/Songwriter
One The Greatest Influential Dancers Of The 20th Century
The First Black Recording Artist To Have Short Films Aired On "MTV"
The First Black Showbiz Family To Have A Successful Variety Show On Network Televison
A Member Of The Jackson 5
A Very Kind-Hearted Person
Successful Recording Artist
A Two-Time Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee
One Of The Greatest Entertainers Who Ever Lived
His Celebrity Friends