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Posts Tagged ‘michael jackson’

Billboard Music Awards 2014: Watch The Performances

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The Michael Jackson hologram is the biggest story at this year’s Billboard Music Awards, but even without that polarizing decision, there’s plenty of reason to tune in to tonight’s broadcast. That said, we completely understand if you skipped the thing.

The festivities started with Pitbull croaking his way through the official 2014 World Cup song “We Are One (Ole Ola),” before Jennifer Lopez and Claudia Leitte did what they could to salvage the thing. What we’re saying is, it can only go uphill from there. And it soon did, as Iggy Azalea teamed up with both Charli XCX and Ariana Grande for a pair smash hits.

Head below to watch all the performances.

Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez & Claudia Leitte — “We Are One (Ole Ola)”

OneRepublic — “Counting Stars”

Iggy Azalea & Charli XCX / Iggy & Ariana Grande — “Fancy”/”Problem”

Florida Georgia Line & Luke Bryan — “This Is How We Roll”

Shakira — “Empire”

5 Seconds Of Summer — “She Looks So Perfect”

Katy Perry — “Birthday”

Imagine Dragons — “Tiptoe”

Terrifying Reanimated Michael Jackson — “Slave To The Rhythm”

Ricky Martin — “One Love One Rhythm”

Luke Bryan — “Play It Again”

Lorde — “Tennis Court”

Carrie Underwood & Miranda Lambert — “Something Bad”

Miley Cyrus & The Flaming Lips — “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds”

John Legend — “All Of Me”/”You & I”

Jason Derulo & Snoop Dogg/Derulo & 2 Chainz — “Wiggle”/”Talk Dirty”

Robin Thicke — “Get Her Back”

Jennifer Lopez — “First Love”



 

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Michael Jackson “Hologram” Rumored To Appear At 2014 Billboard Music Awards

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There’s a rumor swirling that a Michael Jackson hologram will appear at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards Sunday (May 18), and according to Showbiz411, it’ll be for a “performance” of Xscape song “Slave To The Rhythm.” The site says the man behind the 2012 Tupac Shakur Coachella projection, John Textor, has been tasked with the MJ imaging for the ceremony (guess he bounced back from bankruptcy!).

The only MJ-related news for the BBMAs is the mysterious announcement of a “world premiere experience” which only offered up that it would present the King of Pop “like you’ve never seen him before.” Oh god, that sounds exactly like a plan for a holo-Jacko! Just please don’t let it involve Justin Bieber.

I don’t know how to feel about this. I mean, it would be pretty cool to see the moonwalk, which was the future, done via this most futuristic technology. On the other hand, it’s hard enough to let a deceased star keep his or her dignity in the middle of a marketing push for a posthumous album, so do we really need to trot out some gimmick that’s sure to evoke uncanny valley-related repulsion? (Although, to be fair, the most off-putting thing about the Tupac hologram was the fact that his friends were performing with it, like some weird Blade Runner version of How We Will Mourn In The Future.)

For now, I’m taking solace in the fact that any sort of hologram spectacle for MJ can’t be worse than that odd Usher tribute at the iHeartRadio Music Awards.

Do you want to see an MJ hologram on Sunday? Let us know in the comments.

For more on Xscape, watch LA Reid talk about the making of the album:



 

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Here’s Visual Proof That Hilary Duff And Ed Sheeran Are Working Together: Morning Mix

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:: We knew it was happening but it’s still vaguely surreal to see Hilary Duff and Ed Sheeran hanging out in the studio. The odd couple is working on tunes for Hil’s much-anticipated comeback album, which is due in the fall. [Instagram]

:: This could be interesting. Morrissey, the only pop star to get into more feuds than Azealia Banks, has finally joined Twitter. Given his track record it’s only a matter of time before he gets into his first beef. [Spin]

:: Kenny Rogers recently underwent an operation to remove a cancerous growth from his face. He shared a post-op picture on Instagram and urged his fans to get checked for skin cancer. Get well soon! [Digital Spy]

:: This is good or bad news depending on your perspective. There’s still a chance of Justin Bieber featuring on a revamped Michael Jackson song according to Epic Records CEO LA Reid. Yay? [MTV]

After the jump, find out what music you can catch on TV today. 

:: The Ellen Degeneres Show (syndicated) — Florida Georgia Line
:: The Wendy Williams Show (syndicated) — Dolly Parton
:: Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) — Iggy Azalea



 

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Michael Jackson’s “Love Never Felt So Good” Gets A Brilliant Fedde Le Grand Remix: Listen

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“Love Never Felt So Good” is shaping up to be Michael Jackson‘s biggest hit since 1995 chart-topper “You Are Not Alone”. Xscape‘s genuinely great lead single is already top 10 on iTunes and blowing up on radio thanks, in no small part, to Justin Timberlake‘s contribution. The next step in the song’s quest for chart domination is a club-conquering Fedde Le Grand remix.

The ever-reliable Dutch DJ transforms Michael’s shimmery disco jam into a furious electro-house anthem that wouldn’t sound out of place on Daft Punk‘s Random Access Memories. It’s a near-perfect blend of old and new dance sub-genres that will have clubs jumping until the end of summer. Don’t be surprised if this is sent to radio is Europe and other EDM-friendly territories. Listen after the jump.

Do you love Fedde’s take on the track? Let us know in the comments below.

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Justin Timberlake Tributes Michael Jackson In “Love Never Felt So Good” Video: Watch

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Well, we’ve had a few days to digest Michael Jackson‘s Xscape, and ya know what, it’s pretty good! And now the Justin Timberlake-featuring version of lead single “Love Never Felt So Good” gets an official video. The visual features clips from MJ’s videos interspersed with shots of JT and friends mimicking the King of Pop’s iconic moves in their re-created settings.

All in all, it’s a solid idea for a video honoring Jackson while highlighting the “new” aspect of the release. And it’s definitely better than some holo-Jacko CGI monstrosity that was surely a possibility at some point. Check it out up top.

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L.A Reid & Timbaland Talk Michael Jackson’s ‘Xscape’ On ‘TODAY’: Watch

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L.A. Reid and Timbaland stopped by TODAY to talk Michael Jackson‘s Xscape. While the lead architects of this posthumous album (out today), the two of them offered completely different perspectives on what it was like to revisit and reinterpret the King of Pop’s music from the vaults.

To Reid, CEO of Epic Records, Xscape was his call of duty. He reassured host Matt Lauer that none of Xscape‘s offerings was “music that Michael didn’t want the world to hear.” He reminded viewers that, while he wouldn’t call Jackson a friend, he did work with him for many years and even had “Slave to the Rhythm,” first recorded in 1991, in his possession. “Michael Jackson tapped us on the shoulder and said, ‘Would you just do one small favor and remind people that I am the greatest?’” Reid says.

But to lead producer Timbaland, the premise of Xscape initally felt like intrusion. While talking about the featured vocals, he cuts to the heart of why fans felt conflicted from the start. “L.A. gave me a call and said I was the perfect person, and in the beginning I was like, ‘Yeah!’ But, you’re working on someone who’s not here, so it was kinda difficult for me,” he said, adding, “I felt I couldn’t touch it right away. I thought I could, but I couldn’t.”

While Xscape is meant to celebrate Jackson’s career, as proof that his legacy would live on, it’s reassuring to hear Timbaland’s frank comments about how tricky that process was – after all, not even the biggest of fans could ever speak for the King of Pop himself. Watch Timbaland’s chat up top, then hear Reid’s take below.

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Michael Jackson’s ‘Xscape’: Album Review

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Xscape is a prickly proposition. On the one hand, it’s a rare treat to hear ‘new’ tunes from the greatest pop star of all time. On the other, the LP is comprised of material Michael Jackson deemed unworthy of release, and even the involvement of the hottest producers in the game can’t hide the fact that this is the musical equivalent of Frankenstein — a soulless hodgepodge of demos from different eras cobbled together to make an unnatural whole. But, like old Frank, it’s impossible to deny that an unexpected spark of life surges through this monster.

Let’s start with the good news. Xscape is a marked improvement on the King of Pop’s first posthumous release, 2010’s abysmal Michael. The songs have been curated with more care and the assorted producers treat the source material with a reverence that was lacking last time. Meaning there are no unwarranted verses from 50 Cent (or any other rapper, for that matter) or legacy-tarnishing filler.

The brief eight-song set also boasts the first true gem to be unearthed from MJ’s vault of unfinished demos. “Love Never Felt So Good” wouldn’t sound out of place on HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I. It benefits enormously from the current resurgence in early ‘80s disco, which results in the breezy mid-tempo jam being simultaneously on-trend and utterly authentic to its era.

Even the studio tinkering on the track is minimal. I can take or leave the version with Justin Timberlake (it’s more of a marketing tool than an artistic necessity) but the original is a fully-fledged disco delight that lilts along beautifully. And there’s a simple reason why “Love Never Felt So Good” stands out from the pack. Michael actually deemed the song worthy of release when he handed it over to Johnny Mathis in the early ‘80s. (His version appears on 1984 LP Special Part Of Me).

While nothing quite matches the quality of “Love Never Felt So Good”, there are a bunch of fascinating near-misses, mostly from the Bad era. “Loving You” is an achingly pretty ballad with a subtle, Motown-inspired production courtesy of Timbaland. He shows remarkable restraint – letting Michael’s soulful vocal run free over airy percussion and ragtime piano.

Another worthwhile Bad reject is the worryingly-titled “Do You Know Where Your Children Are”, which, at least initially, seemed like a genuinely tasteless inclusion. The finished product, however, is a surprising raw and powerful cut that also serves as a potent reminder that Michael was at his best when exploring serious issues in a pop framework.

While MJ had his fair share of love songs and dance floor anthems, nobody made gritty subject matter more palatable and catchy than the king of pop. “Billie Jean” (unwanted pregnancy), “Black Or White” (racial discrimination) and “Earth Song” (damage to the environment) were all packaged into pop hits. As such, an angry anthem about street kids (and the dangers they face) was well within his purview. The jittery synths and jagged guitar give the track a modern twist, while the vocal ticks are vintage Michael.

Another Timbaland production, “Chicago” has been doing the rounds for doing the rounds online for a couple of years under the title “She Was Loving Me”. The cleaned up version found on Xscape still seethes with anger and chugs along inoffensively enough. “Blue Gangsta” – a track Michael recorded in the late ‘90s – is an even more furious statement. It sounds like an unfinished “Scream” or undercooked “Smooth Criminal”. Like many of the tracks from that era, there are paranoid overtones and slightly unsettling lyrics (“look what you done to me, I can no longer smile”). It doesn’t sit well with the melodic jams on Xscape and the production is simply too busy for Michael’s fragile voice.

That leaves the title track (an engaging but undeniably dated-sounding Darkchild number about a bad relationship) and a duo of underwhelming cuts that really should have stayed locked away on Michael’s laptop. “Slave To The Rhythm” is a melody-free excursion in over-production, while the curious, America-sampling “A Place With No Name” is in desperate need of a chorus. So where does that leave you? With an album that will be a genuinely rewarding experience for super fans and a patchy but fascinating listen for everyone else.

Best Song That Wasn’t the Single: “Loving You” a sugary sweet radio hit.

Full Disclosure: As a life-long Michael Jackson fan, I desperately wanted Xscape to be worthy of his legacy. It comes fairly close.

Idolator Score: 3.5/5

Mike Wass



 

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:: Solange Knowleselevator brawl with Jay Z became instant headline news when it leaked yesterday (May 12). The hotel where the footage was filmed has addressed the situation, expressing their outrage at the breach of privacy. They have launched an immediate investigation into the matter. [Vibe]

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:: It’s a big day for Michael Jackson fans with the much-anticipated release of Xscape. Check out an intriguing mini-documentary about a cover that was commissioned but ultimately not used for the album. [Vibe]

After the jump, find out what music you can catch on TV today. 

:: The Colbert Report (Comedy Central) — The Black Keys
:: Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) — Hozier
:: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC) — Dolly Parton
:: Last Call With Carson Daly (NBC) — Night Terrors Of 1927
:: The Arsenio Hall Show (syndicated) — Jermaine Dupri
:: The Talk (CBS) — Dolly Parton



 

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:: Jermaine Jackson has admitted that Timbaland‘s role as lead producer of Michael Jackson‘s Xscape (out May 13) hasn’t sat well with him. “Original Jackson 5, back together, on record. What’s wrong with that?” Jackson said. “I love Timbaland, by the way, but that could have been us.” [TMZ]

:: Usher‘s “Good Kisser” will make its live debut on the May 12 episode of The Voice. The song is the first from his next album, due out this fall. [Facebook]

:: Sara Bareilles recently covered Jackie Wilson‘s 1967 classic “Higher And Higher.” This version will appear on OWN to help promote the channel’s summer line-up. [Rolling Stone]

:: After all that, Lily Allen‘s Sheezus has debuted at No. 1 in her native UK, her second album to top the charts. [Billboard]

After the jump, find out what music you can catch on TV today. 

:: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (syndicated) — Ludacris
:: Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) — The Black Keys
:: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC) — Neil Young
:: Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) — Franz Ferdinand
:: The Arsenio Hall Show (syndicated) — Jermaine Dupri



 

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