Michael Jackson credited recordings from 2010 apparently fake

MICHAEL JACKSON:  2010 recordings credited to the late star apparently fake

Three 2010 recordings credited to Michael Jackson were apparently fakes.

Vibe reports that “Monster,” “Keep Your Head Up,” and “Breaking News” -- which were included on Michael, a posthumous 2010 album of previously unreleased material, were not recorded by Jackson. Sony admitted that in court this week during a lawsuit brought by the Jackson family and devoted fan Vera Servoa, who launched the investigation.

The tracks, which sounded like Jackson, were allegedly produced by friends of Jackson's and sung by an impersonator, Jason Malachi. They were submitted to Sony, which included them on the CD. But Servoa and other Jackson experts thought they sounded suspicious.

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