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Michael Jackson: fits Sony’s music for the end of “fake” songs.

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A lawsuit filed against the label Sony Music for alleged fake songs from Michael Jackson (1958-2009) was closed last Wednesday (10). The information comes from rolling stone.

some fans of King of Pop reported that three bands of Michaelthe posthumous album released in 2010, were not recorded by the singer.

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Also according to the publication, the process began in 2014 when a fan, recognized as Vera Serovafiled an appeal against the Sony Music and the producers responsible for the songs Keep your head up, monster And latest news. In the observation of Serovathe voice was coming from someone else.





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“It’s not Michael Jackson”, also claimed the singer and producer William In 2010. “I’ve heard this song that’s on the Internet now, it’s not Mike’s. He wasn’t there to do the meticulous care he did with Thriller and Billie Jean. It disgusts me.”

THE Sony Music even removed the three songs from the album on platforms like Apple Music, YouTube And Spotify. The company, through a press release, informed him “The removal of these three songs has nothing to do with their authenticity. Discussion of the songs distracts the Michael Jackson fan community and listeners from focusing their attention where it should be: on Michael Jackson’s legendary music catalog.” .

In a note to scoreboard American, the Sony Music and the official heritage of Michael Jacksoninformed that the judicial procedure was over and that the decision was “reciprocal”: “Despite the possible Supreme Court decision, the parties mutually agreed to close the trial, which could include further appeals and court rulings. (Removing the banners) was the best and easiest way to advance the conversation about these three banners “.they concluded.

Source: Terra

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