I seen his father Joe Jackson in Vegas a few yrs. back, I kept thinking...you fucked Michael up...watch how you treat your children! MICHAEL IS AND WILL ALWAYS BE THE SHIT MUSICALLY!!! HIS SOUL WAS WEARY...IT WAS TIME.
i was like damn are u serious.. so i looked it up and it said he just went to the hospital.. then i looked it up again and it said he died.. and i was like noooooooooo.. i know as a kid growin up i was listenin to michael jackson aloooooooooooooooooot and wanted to dance like him and be like him. its too werid because last week i was playin guitar hero and playin "beat it" on there.. then after i watched some previews of music videos by him..at my friends house. then i was just this week talkin about the old sega game.. so i downloaded some songs for my ipod..even tho i got the cds.. and baam this news.. crazy..
so ima make a song for him.. i'll let yaw know when its done by postin it. just gonna be 2 verses and upbeat.
Jacko was the most talented, greatest artist of the 80's, and no doubt influenced everyone in the music business, Tech N9ne included. His death really only means a handful of things:
This is to us, the X and Y generations, our Elvis Presley. King of the music world, done making new music, dies before his time.
Similar to 9-11, no one will forget where they were when they heard the news. I was at the Ravari Room drinking a Miller Lite during Happy Hour when I first heard the news. Then it was back to watching the NFL Draft on the adjacent TV.
There will never be another pop star death so shocking to the world. And even with all that controversy most folks have PUT THAT ASIDE and recognized the man for who he was- an icon, and an example of musical brilliance.
Personally I am shocked that Michael Jackson is dead. Really, 100% deceased. He's my father and father-in-laws age (the three of them born 4 months apart) and that scares the hell out of me. Celebs are just as human as the rest of us, when's my pops gonna roll over and have a heart attack?
Rest In Peace to the greatest musician that ever lived.
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