Essay On Michael Jackson

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“If we enter this world knowing you are loved and we leave this world knowing the same, then everything that happens in between can be dealt with” (Michael Jackson). Michael Jackson was born in Gary, Indiana on August 29, 1958. He started his music career when his father failed to become a musician and did everything in his power to make his sons a success. Jackson made history for music and dances, he also made a huge impact on future generations and earned the name King of Pop. Michael Jackson was considered the King of Pop for his start of music and becoming popular when he was young. The King of Pop was able to become one of the most famous music artist in the world. “Jackson’s goal was to create an album in which every song was a hit. …show more content…
His dance moves are still living on each after his death and have improved with the new generation for example ‘the robot’ has improved after he performed it. His dance moves changed street dance and while that his music help change for future generations. Michael Jackson helped change music for future generations. Michaels famous album Thriller put a new picture for marketing and music. 5. “But the album's success can't be measured by sales alone. As Jackson moonwalked his way into music history, "Thriller" set a new benchmark for blockbusters that changed how the music business promoted and marketed superstar releases. It also changed MTV, breaking down the cable network's racial barriers and raising the bar for video quality” (billboard). The ‘Thriller’ album hit markets very quickly and helped stores and changed MTV’s racial thoughts on the music community. Michael’s Thriller helped markets gain more business and showed other musicians that their music can be a hit too. Jackson changed everything with his popular album and became the hottest span in Epic’s

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