Get off your high horses. I find it quite flattering. His actions speak louder than words.
What's so bad about putting the focus on MJ and being falsely accused.?
I am warming up to to Bieber.!!!!
copying Michael's work isn't that illegal?
I wonder how much of it is Rodney Jerkins' idea...
Yuck. Can't wait until he fades back into the shadows so I won't have to hear about him anymore.
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Everytime I go on Itunes he has a new song released. At least 3 in the last couple of weeks. Shouldn't he wait a bit to release a new song? His admiration for Michael is flattering to a point. After that it starts to become a little annoying to be honest.
I don't mind Bieber. It only annoys me when ABC can't even get the name of Michael's song right. Billy Jean?
I am the thinker, the thinking, the thought. I am the seeker, the seeking, the sought. I am the dewdrop, the sunshine, the storm. I am the desert, the ocean, the sky. I am the Primeval Self in you and I. Michael J. Jackson
Well, I think that Bieber shows on his new album that he is grown. And I think it's positive that he shows that MJ influenced him.
Be objective people. I think MJ would be proud.
If the media was less bent on finding who the "next MJ" is, I think we'd all be a lot less hostile to things like this. Why is it they never insinuate who the next Beatles (individual Beatles included--say, the next John Lennon) or Elvis will be? Both are more replaceable than Michael was, considering the Beatles were/are pretty mediocre on their own, and Elvis didn't even write his own material. In what logical universe would Michael Jackson, someone who depended upon no others for success or appeal AND wrote his own material, be more likely to be replaced than two acts who lacked one thing or the other?
The only artist to singlehandedly possess mass appeal at an international level and artistry/cultural relevance is Michael Jackson. But of course, whitey's rear end trembles at the thought of being bested by a black man.