Analysis Of Michael Jackson 's ' The King Of Pop '

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“The King of Pop” is what people called the one and only Michael Jackson. Jackson was known globally for his singing and dancing skills that no other could match. Michael Jackson was born in 1958, in Gary, Indiana, and was the seventh child to enter into the Jackson family. By the age of ten, Michael Jackson was in the music industry singing with his brothers in a band called the “Jackson 5.” Jackson 5 really hit it off as one of the biggest pop groups in the early seventies with Michael as the lead singer. Jackson 5 became very successful opening up for famous people such as Dianna Ross. The Jackson boys had many hit singles such as “ABC” when they were younger to “Ill be there.” The Jackson 5 went on to being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997. This was just the beginning for Michael Jackson from there he went on to be a solo artist, icon, and globally recognized. Michael Jackson’s talent made many dances popular such as the moonwalk and he influenced a whole new generation of performers with his swift moves. He has been cited “Most Successful Entertainer of All Time” by Guinness World Records, with the record of best-selling album, “Thriller.”
Jackson’s solo career began in 1979, with the release of his first album in collaboration with Quincy Jones “Off the Wall” which had four hits in the United States. Michael continued to work with his brothers in Jackson 5, but remained more focused on his solo career than the band. Finally, Michael decided…
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