Listen To Two New Michael Jackson Tracks, “Blue Gangsta” And “All I Need”

Becky Bain | December 1, 2010 4:38 pm

Two previously unreleased tracks by Michael Jackson popped up on Oh No They Didn’t today, a slow, 70s-sounding ballad “All I Need”, and an uptempo, sexy, rockin’ tune called “Blue Gangsta”. Unlike the previous songs that Sony and Jackson’s estate desperately want you to believe feature the King of Pop’s voice, these two numbers (not included on the forthcoming compilation album Michael) sound like pure MJ from the very first note he sings. Listen to both songs below.

Note: We had to remove “Blue Gangsta” by request of the label.

“What you’ve done to me, baby, I can no longer smile / And I waited to long just to carry on / I’m the blue gangsta,” sings Jackson, ripping through the verse with his beloved, powerful growl on this slinky R&B track.

Note: Sorry, folks — “All I Need” has been taken down, too.

“Come together all the people, we can do it now / Use your chance to make it right, go take a chance,” Michael sings on the uplifting ballad, backed by the whispering vocals of a childrens choir on the chorus.

Of course, we live in an age today where voices can be manipulated, so until these songs are confirmed from Jackson’s estate, take it all with a grain of salt. That said, we’re buying that these are from the King of Pop, though we’re unclear from what studio sessions either song was recorded during.

What do you think of these two tracks? Do you like them more than “Breaking News“, “Hold My Hand” and the other tunes we’ve heard so far that will be released on Michael?