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Last Thursday was an unfortunate day for Michael Jackson’s fans because their iconic superstar suddenly passed away. His passing has left all his fans heartbroken and unable to believe his death. In the beginning, Google thought that the huge spike in searches for Michael Jackson after his death as an automated attack. Therefore, Google News asked users to verify their status before allowing them to continue searching for Michael Jackson. Not only Google was congested by huge traffic, famous micro blogging site such as Twitter also suffered a slowdown in performance.

Like many others people across the world, I was shocked by Michael Jackson’s death. I’ve got to be honest with you that I’m not a big fan on Michael Jackson but I truly love his music. Today, I’m not going to judge Michael Jackson’s behavior whether he’s guilty or not, but I would like to focus in the contributions he made to the music industry and humanitarian. I had learnt something invaluable lessons from Michael Jackson’s death and would like to share with all of you.

Great Musician of all time
Michael Jackson’s music was unique and different. MJ was an iconic representation of pop music, that’s why people called him The King Of Pop. He’s possibly the greatest entertainer of all time. MJ received numerous honors and awards throughout his career including Guinness World Records for 13 Grammy Awards, 13 number one singles in solo career. His songs was sold over 800 million records worldwide and influenced all sorts of generation. His unique vocal style and complicated dancing techniques still catching everyone’s attention. Looking at his prominent records and achievement, I dare say no one would say that he got it all by luck. He had been working for so hard and� began to perform on the stage in the group called “The Jackson 5″ at the age of eight. I believe that his commitment and dedication in music finally led him to become one of the most successful performer in the world.

Lack of Family Love
Looking back at Michael Jackson’s childhood, this poor superstar basically had none. He first spoke about his childhood abuse in a interview with Oprah Winfrey in 1993. He stated that he often cried from loneliness and was physically and emotionally abused by his father from a young age. When other kids were doing what they should be doing, he was struggling hard to become a star at such young age. Therefore, when I saw MJ’s Neverland Ranch, my instinct told me he was trying very hard to relieve what he missed during his childhood.

Think Again, Everyone
Please ask yourself especially the parent. Do you allow your kids to be children? Are you helping inculcate him/her with Godliness, self-confidence, helping the needy and etc… Since you had brought him/her into this world, you should give them the best you could and set a good example to them. Let’s learn from others mistakes and create a better world for our children.

Last Tribute To Michael Jackson
I will remember for your incredible musical greatness and not the darker twists of your life. You are forever the King Of Pop and the dance moves, songs will remain in all your fan’s heart. May God bless your soul.

I personally love these 2 songs sang by Michael Jackson and it’s my honor to share them with you. Let’s listen to it carefully and remember him in a good way.
1) We are the world – Charity song to raise funds to help famine-relief efforts in Africa.

2) Heal the world – Heal the World Foundation to improve the lives of children.

  30 Responses to “In Memory Of Michael Jackson | King Of Pop”

  1. Yeah, MJ did a lot of good things!

    And I love his songs!

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  2. RIP Michael. It’s cool that you wrote a post to tribute all the great thing he provided to the music business.

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  3. @Asswass: Thanks. Just want to share the good thing about MJ and learn to avoid the mistakes that happened to him.

    @MonsterBuzz: You’re right, Michael really did a lot of contribution to musical field and charity. :)

  4. We will miss you, MJ. ;)

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  5. Just like the rest of the world, I was very sad when he died, he will always be remembered by his music. The world has lost a great artist, and he will be greatly missed.

  6. @Jayce: Yes, the whole world will miss him a lot.

    @cash advance payday loans: That’s right, he was really a talented artist and the legend of music.


  8. You Rock My World,You Are Not Alone,The Way You Make Me Feel,The Earth Song,Smooth Criminal,Heath The World,Man In the Mirror,Will You Be There
    Love Michael Jackson! i will always love u!!

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  9. i think he came up with the name and then people just started referring to him as that. maybe around the time he married lisa marie presley? there was something about the king of rock and roll’s daughter marrying the king of pop…

  10. all of my friends are Michael Jackson fans, we would really miss the King of Pop.

  11. Michael Jackson will be the greatest pop singer in the whole world. Everyone will miss him.


  13. i idolize Michael Jackson because of his great achievement in the Pop Music. farewell King of Pop.

  14. we love you michael may you rest in peace i wish i could have met you b4 you left you were so kute well still are…i just want to say i love you n your music and i will see you one day when its my tyme……. love you michael

  15. | Michael Jackson is truly the King of Pop. i am a die hard fan of him and we are going to miss him now that he is gone!

  16. i am already a great fan of Michael Jackson ever since i was just a little kid. i would really miss the King of Pop,,

  17. Michael Jackson would always be the best popstar ever. i love all his songs and his live concerts.

  18. Michael Jackson is truly the King of Pop. He made a lot of great songs in the area of Pop Music. His death is a great loss to the music industry.

  19. Ben was my favorite Michael Jackson song and i kind of miss the King of Pop now that he is forever gone. I still have my collection of michael jackson cassetes in the old days..

  20. Ben was my favorite Michael Jackson song and i kind of miss the King of Pop now that he is forever gone. I still have my collection of michael jackson cassetes in the old days..

  21. Useful blog and useful post. I love MJ’s songs a lot. I have marked it to revisit later.

  22. Michael J was like a brother to me. I’ve been dealing with his dying and it has been very emotional for me. I cannot believe how he influenced the industries around the world. I wish his family the best. Thank you Michael for the most amazing life!

  23. RIP Michael, you were far too beautiful to ever be fully appreciated in this world.

  24. Missing you MJ…

  25. Michael Jackson would always be the King of Pop. He is one of the greatest figures in the pop music industry and we will never forget about him

  26. Michael jackson was an phenominal artist and the Best dancer in the world , no one will be able to come even close to what he had achieved in his Life . Every Song of MJ is My Favourite Song.”I Love You forever”.He was the best . His music is so pure that i feels like i am in complete different world , infact i am listening to his music right now while writing this . Now (you are not alone ) Song is going on , i wish just for once in a life time i would have met him , I just can’t stop loving you Rest in Peace “MJ”.

  27. I will miss MJ terribly. should have stayed with us longer :(

  28. i will really miss the King of Pop. michael jackson is truly the best pop artist in this lifetime.`*:

  29. Michael Jackson was like a father to me. I’ve been dealing with his passing along and it has been very emotional for me. I can’t believe how he influenced the people around the world. I wish his family the best. Thank you Michael for the most amazing life!

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