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3 songs released after Michael Jackson's death are removed from streaming services, here's the reason
Written by SOT.COM.AL 6 Korrik 2022
Is it Michael or someone else? The ongoing controversy of the 3 songs released after the death of Michael Jackson is behind the sudden disappearance of the songs from the main streaming services like Spotify Apple Music etc.
The songs — "Monster," "Keep Your Head Up" and "Breaking News" — were all on the album "Michael," released in 2010 ... the year after Jackson's death. But since they came out, some fans, even members of Michael's family, have questioned whether it's really Michael's voice in his songs.
The songs disappeared from streaming services Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal last week, which many fans saw as confirmation that MJ wasn't really singing on them, however, a representative for MJ's official website says that's not exactly the case.
The representative confirms that the songs “are no longer available from Sony Music for purchase or streaming, but I must point out that the removal of these three songs has nothing to do with their originality.
The Estate and Sony Music believe that the constant chatter about the songs is distracting Michael Jackson's fan community and casual listeners from focusing their attention where it should be – on Michael's legendary and deep catalog of music.
One fan who may have her doubts is Vera Serova, who filed a lawsuit in 2014, accusing Sony Music, the Jackson Estate and the song's producers of lying to consumers. She lost the case in 2018, but is now appealing to the California Supreme Court.