What do we know of these song titles? That’s a partial list of unreleased Songs MJ worked with Brad Buxer.
"Faces" is an instrumental groove featuring a spoken word verse from Michael. It was recorded in 1994 as a planned collaboration with Nelson Mandela, but it never materialized.
"Rich Girl" isn't a Hall and Oates cover. That's all Brad Buxer said about it, lmao.
"Adore You" echoes "Will You Be There" in sonic terms. It was first written during the Invincible
sessions and continued to resurface over the years. At one point, Brad recorded a 30-person choir in his house for it. Not sure exactly how complete it is, but Brad said it's one of the songs he wishes Michael had the opportunity to finish.
"Children's Holiday" is one of two songs (the other being "People of the World") written and produced for the Japanese charity-oriented group J-Friends in 1998 and released on 21 January 1998. In all likelihood there's a scratch vocal demo in existence, made as a foundation for a Japanese lyricist.
"Jungle" (also known as "Jungle City") was written and produced by Dr. Freeze in 1998 using a musical loop from Brad Buxer. Damien Shields described it as "an up-tempo track... with rap-style verses about first-world problems and systematic corruption reminiscent of "Tabloid Junkie" and gritty choruses much like "Why You Wanna Trip on Me."
Michael never recorded vocals for it.
No information is available on "Photographs" or "Colorblind," other than that the former was twice registered with the US Copyright Office in 2009-10.