Yes, that's right!
An all-new Michael Jackson album will be released this November.
According to Jackson's manager Frank DiLeo, Jackson had more than 100 completed and unreleased songs that were kept in his vault.
Former Sony Music CEO Tommy Mottola said last year that Michael "over-recorded" every time he step foot in the studio, recording "anywhere from 20 to 30 songs for each album. Any of them could have been as big a hit as the ones that came out."
Many of the unreleased songs were recorded during the '80s, in which the King of Pop created some of his best work such as Thriller and Bad. He also collaborated with Akon, Will.i.am, and Ne-Yo before his death.
The album will feature 10 unreleased songs and will be first in a 10-project, seven-year deal the Jackson estate has with Sony Music. The $250 million deal will also include reissues of Jackson's classic albums, a new greatest hits set, a DVD collection, and even a karaoke and dance video game titled Michael Jackson: The Video Game.
We're excited about hearing the unreleased tracks, but is the Jackson estate going a little too far with the MJ merchandise? What do U think?
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