Hip Hop N More has recently shared a report saying that Sony has conceded in court that three songs released on Michael Jackson‘s 2010 posthumous album “Micheal” – “Breaking News,” “Keep Your Head Up,” and “Monster” – were sung by an impersonator.
The source wrote:
“Michael Jackson fans around the world will feel a major sense of victory as Sony Music has conceded finally in court that they released three fake tracks sung by an impersonator.
“When Epic Records and Sony Music Entertainment released the album, there was a section of die hard fans that claimed that some of the tracks on the album were not performed by Michael Jackson but by an impostor. MJ’s mother Katherine Jackson believed the same.
“Here’s a little backstory on the case: In 2014, a fan named Vera Serova, brought a Class Action lawsuit against Jackson’s long time friend Eddie Cascio and his production company, Angelikson Productions LLC, accusing them of creating fake songs and then selling them through Michael Jackson’s estate and Sony Music Entertainment.
“Jackson had been friends with the Cascios brothers since the 1980s, and often called them his ‘second family.’ James Porte, a supposed co-writer of twelve controversial songs of MJ’s including the three stated above, was also implicated in the case.”