New Michael Jackson Album Scheduled for November Release
It's been more than a year since Michael Jackson's untimely death, but the deceased King of Pop is continuing to grace the world with musical entertainment.
Rolling Stone reports that an all-new collection of music by Jackson will hit record stores in November, comprising 10 previously unreleased songs largely recorded in the '80s, at the height of Jackson's popularity.
According to Jackson manager Frank DiLeo, the material was culled from literally hundreds of unreleased songs that Jackson had recorded before his death. DiLeo reveals of the upcoming material,
"There are a couple of songs we recorded for the  Bad album that we had to cut that are just sensational."
Other candidates for the upcoming set include an outtake from the Thriller album entitled "Don't Be Messin' Around," and a number of songs that Jackson recorded with the Black Eyed Peas' Will.i.am. The album will be part of a 10-project, seven-year deal arrived at by Sony Music and the Jackson estate in March.
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