The song Billie Jean is linked to Michael’s relationship with Theresa Gonsalves who had been a big fan of him for years. She was such a big fan that she started writing him letters, hundreds of letters in which she described her everyday life. At school, she would write on the chalkboard "I love Michael Jackson". Born in Boston on November 1958, she became ...
This isn't a question with an easy or unambiguous answer. On the one hand, we have the following:
1) Jackson seemingly wasn't a fan of his own personal appearance. Over the course of his adult life, his appearance steadily grew more Caucasian, presumably because of the deliberate use of plastic surgery and other techniques.
2) Jackson seemingly wasn't ...
Partial answer. I assume the rap portion you're referring to is part:
Please, no, keep back, I can't take it / You're drivin' me wild / I
might not make it / You got me lookin' like buckwheat, oh / Hair
pulled every which way but me / Far from Medusa, but your looks are
deadly / You're walkin' soft, still I hear the medley / Uh, shiver my
Jackson attempted to explain the meaning of the sequence in a press release that described the four-minute sequence as an “interpretation of the panther’s wild and animalistic behavior”.
Cicerone, Michael. “Michael’s Video Takes Beating; 4 Minutes Cut Reaction: Negative Response Causes Michael Jackson to Apologize for VideoSequence in Which He ...
No, not any more
According to this Michael Jackson fan website http://www.mjjcollectors.com, this topic was specified in an agreement dated March 4th 1985. This letter signed by Michael Jackson states that the agreement lasted 18 months.
USA for Africa shall be entitled to receive all such income accruing during the eighteen month period (. . .) no ...
The biggest similarity I note is that Beyoncé, like Michael before her (and James Brown before him) is a consummate professional, who views entertainment as a job, and works at it tirelessly. Beyoncé, like Michael, is a perfectionist, and a bit of a control freak, who expects nothing but excellence from her many collaborators.
There's also ...
Yes, very much so.
I don't think that the previous answer is totally correct. The statement posted is valid enough, but it only extends to Jackson's own royalties due to him as a songwriter. It does not cover Lionel Richie's rights as co-writer, nor the record company' publishing rights.
It's not clear whether this legal directive was binding on the 2010 ...
As the line preceding the sound is
They're out to get you, there's demons closing in on every side
I'd imagine it's intended to be the sound of a demon or multiple demons. Though I can't find anything anywhere to back up this conclusion, I think it would be odd to hear a non-demon noise while surrounded by demons.