Even in my sadness, I’m so honored to have grown up with his music. I was born in the 80's, so I can remember watching him on television when I was a little girl. I couldn't get enough of his videos: "Bad", "Black or White", "Smooth Criminal", etc. To be honest, I thought of him as an angel as well as a super star.
I got my first MJ album a few days before my sixteenth birthday. My mother's friend let me keep the Off The Wall CD in his car. A week later, my best friend would give me Thriller and Bad as a belated birthday gift; then in May of 2003, after my long and boring High School graduation, I brought copies of Dangerous and Invincible. Michael's song writing ability has inspired me to be a better person, and his example inspired me to be the best at everything I'm passionate about. When I was a teenager, I'd listen to his hit single, "Human Nature" then write poetry, short stories, and other song lyrics. He had a message in his music: The message was love.
I loved his work ethic, his confidence in his music, and his passion for entertaining; He was determined to do great things, and he did. When I feel like I can’t accomplish something I always think of him. Words can't express how much this stranger has influenced me; he will be missed.
I hope that Michael Jackson has found the peace he was denied in this life. I know God is embracing him, and I hope this makes people realize to live life to the fullest because tomorrow is not promised.
Rest in peace MJJ, and there will never be another one like you.
Here are my Top MJJ songs:
Best Childhood Song: “Who's Loving You"
Best Music Video: "Smooth Criminal"
Best Love Song: “Lady In My Life”
Best Inspirational Song: “Man in the Mirror”
Will show commerial
Memorable Movement: “Thriller”
Best Song From last album: “Butterflies”
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Peace and Blessing:
Michael J. Jackson
Aug.29 1959-June 25th 2009
Rest In Peace