Forgetting his problems, king of pop Michael Jackson reportedly is back on the studio and working to make a new album.
Having lots of problems, such as legal battles and financial crisis coming to his life recently, doesn't stop Michael Jackson to continue his music career. Michael reportedly is going back to the studio and working on a new album.
For this project, the king of pop will be assisted by RedOne and Akon. Nypost.com's PageSix reported that the three have started to work at a music studio in Las Vegas. Although already starting his work, a source from PageSix claims that Michael hasn't made a deal with a recording company to release the album. "Michael is producing the album himself and then will sell it to a record company when he's finished," the source said.
The source also added that in order to keep his focus and concentration in the making of his upcoming album, the singer has banned his children from entering the studio and also decided to avoid any relationship with women at this time. "Michael has banned his kids from the recording studio. He realizes this is very important and doesn't want any distractions. He's not going to be involved in any personal relationships with women until he gets this record done," said the source.
Before working on the new album, Michael has just released a special re-issued album of his old hit "Thriller". The special album titled "Michael Jackson 25th Anniversary of Thriller" was released on February, 12 and it also features the pop maestro's collaboration with today's artists, such as will.i.am, Akon, Stacy Ferguson aka. Fergie and Kanye West.