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The rock duo's new album debuts at No. 1 with 164,000, while the late King of Pop's new posthumous release comes at No. 2 with 157,000.
David Alki, who claims he has rights to the hologram technology, says his own plan for a holographic Jackson performance will be ruined if the late King of Pop appears at the awards show.
The CEO of Epic Records talks about Bieber-featured 'Slave 2 the Rhythm' that leaked last year before revealing that a new song featuring the Canadian singer and Jackson may come in the future.
The music video features vintage footage of Jacko busting his signature moves and new footage of multiple dancers showing off their inspired routines.
An attorney for Jackson's estate, Harry Weitzman, says, 'We believe these false and scurrilous allegations will not prevail.'
The singer expresses his disappointment that none of the late King of Pop's siblings was involved in the making of the album.
'Xscape', the second posthumous album by the late King of Pop, is coming out on Tuesday, May 13.
Another 'Xscape' song titled 'Loving You', which was originally recorded by the late legend in 1980s, has also emerged online.
The song, which was debuted at the iHeartRadio Music Awards earlier this week, will appear in the late King of Pop's upcoming posthumous album 'Xscape'.
Usher takes the stage at the iHeartRadio Music Awards to dance to the brand-new track to be included in MJ's upcoming album 'XSCAPE'.
An attorney for Conrad Murray, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the King of Pop's death, says that the disgraced doctor intends to bring the case to federal court.
According to a new report, Debbie will file documents to court to take over guardianship of Jackson's children who currently live in the Jacksons' home.
Epic Records and the late singer's estate have announced that the album, which will feature 8 new songs including its title track, will be released on May 13.
A representative for Jackson's brothers says that a test result which allegedly proved Howard's DNA matched to Jackson's is 'unfounded hearsay.'
Singer B Howard, who is reported to be Jackson's son, says he 'did not authorize the testing o my DNA to be compared to that of the late Michael Jackson.'