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Micheal Jackson 11-Years After; Remembering How He Died



Micheal Jackson 11-Years After; Remembering How He Died

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Micheal Jackson, 11-Years after how well is the world remembering the pop star. Today Thursday, June 25th, 2020 marked 11 years since the demise of pop sensation and global icon Michael Jackson.

Jackson who contributed significantly to the growth of pop culture and also knows as the greatest entertainer in the history of music died on the 25th of June 2009 at the age of 50.

The pop star in 2009 was preparing for a number of come back concert when he died from an overdose of Propofol administered by his physician.

However, in August 2009, the Los Angeles County Coroner ruled that Jackson’s death was a homicide, and Murray his physician was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in November 2011.


Micheal Jackson remains one of the greatest American singer, dancer, entertainer, and recording artist who started his career in the 1970s.

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He was also known for his awareness of racial integration, environmentalism, and fight against prejudice and injustice with songs, Man in the Mirror, Black or White, Heal the World, Earth Song and They Don’t Care About Us.

Micheal Jackson From His Beginning to Death

Micheal Jackson was born in Indiana, near Chicago, on Aug 29, 1958, as the eighth of ten children to a working-class African-American family.

He grew in a family which had an interest in music. His mother Katherine Esther Jackson played the clarinet and piano, and father Joseph Walter Jackson, a former boxer, played the guitar with a local rhythm and blues band.

Jackson’s father managed the music band Jackson 5 in 1964 when Michael was only six-years-old. The band united the brothers of the family and toured clubs and bars performing their mix of Motown hits.


Young Jackson quickly caught the attention of the public during their music performances and in 1968 the Jackson signed with Motown records.

Their first single was released in 1969 with the label, I Want You Back and reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart when Michael was just 11.

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Micheal Jackson began his solo career in 1971 while at Motown Records, and rose to solo stardom with his fifth studio album, Off the Wall, the album produced four top 10 entries in the US and sold over million copies worldwide.

By the early 80s, Jackson had won three American Music Awards for his solo work, a Grammy Award for best male R&B vocal performance, and secured the highest royalty rate in the music industry by 37% of wholesale album profit.

With the release of his solo album, Thriller Jackson became the most famous pop singer in the world. The album rose to number one on album sales and remained at the number one spot for nearly 37 weeks.


Thriller won eight Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year, out of 38 nominations, Jackson was a 13-time Grammy Award winner. It also gained one of many Guinness World Records for Michael Jackson, with 110 million global sales included number one hits such as Beat It, Billie Jean.

By the late 1980s, there was speculation about Micheal Jackson’s personal life, health, and physical appearance. Many said he was bleaching his skin because he was not as happy as a black. He also underwent numerous operations of plastic surgery to get a rhinoplasty and several other plastic surgeries.

However, the pop star in response to the accusations admitted that he said he was suffering from a skin disorder. He said, “I have a skin disorder that destroys the pigmentation of my skin, it’s something that I cannot help, OK?”

Micheal Jackson was accused of child abuse but was later acquitted in January 2005 after 5-months of a high public trial. Jackson was forced into isolation in his Neverland ranch before he departed America for Bahrain.

In 2009, while preparing for a series of comeback concerts, This Is It, Jackson passed away on June 25, at the age of 50 from an overdose of Propofol administered by his physician.


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