Michael Jackson tribute song 'Better on the Other Side' gets a music video showing P. Diddy, Chris Brown, Usher, Mario Winans and Boyz II Men in the studio cooking up the material.
A music video for Michael Jackson tribute song "Better on the Other Side", which is performed by P. Diddy, Chris Brown and The Game, has made its way out. It mostly captures the musicians in studio during a recording session for the track. It also shows random footage showing people paying tribute to Michael by moonwalking on the street and gathering in an open place with flowers in their hands.
Beside Diddy, Brown and Game, other singers lending their vocal to the tribute song are Usher, Mario Winans and Boyz II Men. They debuted the track on June 26, one day after Michael passed away, on Los Angeles radio station Power 106.
"Better on the Other Side" music video aside, 50 Cent has also paid tribute to Michael Jackson by dropping two songs called "Where Are You" and "Respect It or Check It". At the end of the latter song, Fiddy added, "Rest in peace to Michael Jackson ... You n---as need me, man. I might have to start moonwalking. A couple of dance moves and sh--, might be some sh-- called 'Billie Jean [King] Is My Lover.' I'm back, n---a!"
While those stars chose to record tribute songs for Michael, other performers preferred to remember the late King of Pop at an event. Most recently, Beyonce Knowles, Jay-Z, Ne-Yo, Jamie Foxx and many more covered either Michael or Jackson Five's songs at 2009 BET Awards on June 28 to show their respects to him.
"Better on the Other Side" music video from P. Diddy and various artists
Audio stream of Michael Jackson tribute song from 50 Cent: