Posts tagged "Michael Jackson"

The Weeknd Talks Michael Jackson & Being Friends With Lana Del Rey In ‘Pitchfork’ Interview

Read what the newfound pop star had to say after the jump.

Bianca Gracie / August 31, 2015

Pentatonix Pay Tribute To The King Of Pop With Their Epic “Evolution Of Michael Jackson” Medley: Watch

A cappella heavyweights Pentatonix pay tribute to Michael Jackson with a stunning medley. Watch up top.

Mike Wass / June 22, 2015

Michael Jackson Almost Recorded Jennifer Lopez’s “If You Had My Love” & Other Insights From ‘Xscape Origins’ Author Damien Shields

We spoke to Xscape Origins author Damien Shields about his unofficial companion piece to Michael Jackson’s second posthumous LP.

Mike Wass / June 3, 2015

Charli XCX Almost Sold “Pussy Power” Tampons On Her Tour: Morning Mix

Plus. Also see which artists will be performing on television today.

Bianca Gracie / May 29, 2015

‘Celebrity Deathmatch’ Is Making A Return On MTV2: 13 Of The Most Classic Fights

Relive your nostalgia with some of the claymation series’ best moments!

Bianca Gracie / April 14, 2015

Madonna Talks To Howard Stern About Dating Tupac Shakur, Michael Jackson’s Misery & That ‘Letterman’ Appearance

Madonna sat down for a chat with Howard Stern and opened up about dating Tupac Shakur, the misery of fellow superstar Michael Jackson and that infamous David Letterman appearance.

Mike Wass / March 11, 2015

Dudes Who Duet: 23 All-Male Songs For A Bromantic Valentine’s Day

Here are dude-only pair-ups that range from classic (Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson, Mick Jagger and David Bowie) to current (Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow, Jason Derulo and 2 Chainz).

Jonathan Riggs / February 14, 2015

Valentine’s Day Playlist: Songs Of Male Tears — 26 Ultra-Squishy Love Songs from Super Sensitive Boys

In honor of the boys who wish they could bake a cake made out of rainbows and smiles for everyone to eat and be happy, we’ve pulled together a playlist that’s proof of how sexy the softer side of guys can be.

Jonathan Riggs / February 13, 2015

Valentine’s Day Playlist: Songs of Self-Love — 19 Onanistic Odes To Being, Um, Your Own Valentine

Loving yourself is perfectly natura. So press play on our “Everybody Does It” Valentine’s Day playlist below. (You won’t go blind — we promise!)…

Jonathan Riggs / February 12, 2015

Readers’ Poll Results: The 10 Best Albums Released In 2014, As Chosen By Your Votes

In early November, we asked Idolator readers to vote for their favorite albums from the first half of 2014, and followed that up two weeks ago with a poll featuring LPs released between July and December. And now the results are in, the numbers have been tallied and we’re presenting you…

Robbie Daw / December 17, 2014

Best Music 2014 Readers’ Poll: Vote For The Year’s Top Albums (Part 1) — January Through June Releases

Here we go again: It’s now a week after the election and one day before Veterans Day, so it’s time for pop-loving readers to take advantage of their democratic privileges and vote! November is nearly halfway over — trust, we’re as shocked as you are — and we’re calling on Idolator readers to…

Robbie Daw / November 10, 2014

Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” To Get 3D Treatment

When Michael Jackson released “Thriller,” he was the first to treat the music video as an event in and of itself. Without the 14-minute mini-film (and its then-massive budget of $500,000), today’s popular artists might not have tried to recreate that same magic. There have been some valiant efforts – Lady Gaga’s dizzying

Christina Lee / October 3, 2014

“Runaway” Was Offered To Janet & Michael Jackson As A Duet But They Choose “Scream” Instead

It’s difficult to imagine Janet Jackson’s breezy 1995 hit “Runaway” as a duet with brother Michael Jackson but it almost happened according to legendary producer Jimmy Jam. The evergreen hitmaker was questioned about his use of samples in the song last night (September 23) on Twitter, which prompted him to reveal that the…

Mike Wass / September 24, 2014

‘Queen Forever’ Compilation Tracklist Revealed, As Are William Orbit’s Thoughts On The Michael Jackson/Freddie Mercury Duet

With the Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson duet “There Must Be More To Life Than This” now out there, the full details of the upcoming compilation Queen Forever (out November 10) have also now been revealed. The release will include a 20-track single album version, as well as a 36-track two-disc version. I…

Robbie Daw / September 19, 2014

Michael Jackson & Queen’s “There Must Be More To Life Than This,” Mixed By William Orbit: Listen To The Previously-Unreleased Duet

Turns out “Love Never Felt So Good” might not be the only Michael Jackson song that could have an impact on the charts this year.

Three years ago, the King Of Pop’s estate gave permission to the surviving members of legendary rock band Queen to finish production on tracks Jackson recorded

Robbie Daw / September 19, 2014

Nicki Minaj’s Butt Might Be Padded: Morning Mix

Did You Hear?

:: Breaking news. Nicki Minaj’s iconic butt might not be 100 percent authentic! Do photographs taken during her Fashion Rocks performance (above) reveal that she’s possibly using some kind of padding? My anaconda don’t want none. [TMZ]

:: Rihanna and Jay Z’s “Run This Town” has been bumped a…

Mike Wass / September 12, 2014

5 Michael Jackson Songs That Charted Higher Internationally Than In The US

Today (August 29) would have been Michael Jackson’s 56th birthday. It boggles the mind to think what treasures the King of Pop could have created if he were still alive but his legacy is so incredibly vast that there’s always something new to discover. To celebrate the life of the gloved genius, I’ve put together…

Mike Wass / August 29, 2014

Michael Jackson’s “A Place With No Name” Video Makes Its History-Making Debut On Twitter

Michael Jackson made history again last night (August 13) when his “A Place With No Name” video became the first to premiere on Twitter. Directed by Samuel Bayer, the choreography-heavy visual for Xscape’s official second single is comprised of behind-the-scenes/unused footage from 1992’s “In The Closet”, archival clips of MJ and new dance scenes staged…

Mike Wass / August 14, 2014

“A Place With No Name” Is The Next Single From Michael Jackson’s ‘Xscape’, Video Release Date Set

Sony has chosen “A Place With No Name” as the second single from Michael Jackson’s well-received posthumous LP Xscape. The pop icon “continues to push the boundaries forward and once again makes HISTORY!” according to his Facebook page. How, you might be wondering? Well, it turns out the song’s video will be the first to

Mike Wass / August 11, 2014
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