Jacko announced Tuesday he has teamed up with a Bahraini music label to record a new album and is aiming for a late 2007 release
Michael Jackson really is willing to live a brand new life. Not long after he was cleared from a molestation charge, the King of Pop announced Tuesday April 18th, 2006 his planning to make a comeback to music scene.
Jacko said he has teamed up with Seas Records, a Bahraini music label owned by Bahrain royal family member Abdulla Hamad Al-Khalifa, to record a new album and is eyeing a late 2007 release. Moreover, it is also reported that British music exec Guy Holmes has been named CEO of the joint project.
Speaking on his coming back to the industry, Michael simply commented "I am incredibly excited about my new venture and I am enjoying being back in the studio making music".