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

2174 Words Dec 17th, 2016 9 Pages
Immanuel Boateng
Urban Social Identity (URB 630)
Fall 2016 Final Paper

MICHAEL JACKSON, A.K.A. KING OF POP

Introduction
Michael Jackson’s global iconic status has won him a lot of respect in the entertainment industry. His legendary work in the modern urban social identity has been strikingly phenomenal. But as a human being, there are many flaws that characterize his personality.
In this essay, I analyze Michael Jackson’s contribution to the entertainment industry, his global identity, his message for authority on environment, his social life, his moral life, and the many legal battles he had to fight. This is followed by a summary of my main arguments before drawing conclusion to my essay.

Background Michael was born on August 29th 1958 in Gary, Indiana and is the seventh child of Joseph and Katherine Esther Jackson. The African American entertainer, singer, and songwriter did not have any formal education.
However, he was naturally talented and very successful with his work, in spite of his little academic background. He made his musical debut as early as age five when his group Jackson 5, performed in Motown, Los Angeles.

Contribution to the Entertainment Industry
Michael Jackson, the self-acclaimed King of Pop, justified his career title with numerous hit albums ranging from “Thriller,” “ABC, The Love You Save,” “I’ll Be There,” “Ben,” “Off the Wall,” “Beat It,” “Billie Jean,” and many more.
His musical prowess reached the crescendo in the early 1980s with…
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