This post is all about MJ.I hope you know what Mj mean,Didnt u? His  Genres are  R&B, pop, rock, soul, dance, funk, disco, new jack swing and etc etc etc. Okay lets know more about him.





  • BornAugust 29, 1958 Gary, Indiana, U.S.



  • Died June 25, 2009 (aged 50) Los Angeles, California, U.S.


  • Genres R&B, pop, rock, soul, dance, funk, disco, new jack swing


  • Occupations Singer songwriter, musician, composer, arranger, dancer, choreographer, record producer, actor, business person, philanthropist Instruments Vocals


  • Years active 1964–2009


  • Labels Motown, Epic, Legacy, MJJ Productions


  • Associated acts  The Jackson 5, The Jacksons


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Jackson is recognized as the most successful entertainer of all time by Guinness World Records. His contributions to music, dance, and fashion, along with a much-publicized personal life, made him a global figure inpopular culture for over four decades.


Why is Michael Jackson called The King of Pop?

Michael Jackson was given the nickname by Elizabeth Taylor when she presented him with an award at the American Music Awards. She referred to him as the “King of Rock, Pop, and Soul.” Later on, fans started calling him the “King of Pop,” after which the media picked up on that as well.

Who called him as king of pop?

Um. He did NOT call himself King Of Pop.
Elizabeth Taylor called Him King Of Pop, Rock, and Soul in 1989. Kinda Like How Magic Johnson called Janet Jackson Queen of Pop, Rock, and Soul in 1990. They were both given the titles.

What else?

Michael Jackson is a singer, songwriter, dancer and celebrity icon with a vast catalog of hit records and countless awards to his credit. Beyond that, he has transfixed the world like few entertainers before or since. As a solo performer, he has enjoyed a level of superstardom previously known only to Elvis Presley, the Beatles and Frank Sinatra.


R.I.P  MICHAEL JACKSON 1958 – 2009



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