It is nearly
impossible to remove the impact of a
man who has sold 1 billion records
across the world. Today (March 31st)
Epic Records announced that it will
be releasing Xscape , the first album
featuring unreleased Michael Jackson
songs in over three years.
Epic Records Chairman and CEO L.A.
Reid executive produced Xscape and
fans will be gifted with eight
unreleased songs that were
reworked. Timbaland was the lead
producer of the album with Rodney
Jerkins, Stargate, Jerome “Jroc”
Harmon and John McClain also
making contributions on production.
The title of the album is drawn from
the title of one of the songs on the
new disc that was originally written
and produced by Michael Jackson
himself along with Rodney Jerkins in
the studio together. Jerkins
“contemporized” his collaboration
with Jackson, according to the press
release. The song was originally
leaked in 2002 and is rumored to
have been recorded during the
recording sessions for Jackson’s
2001 Invincible album.
This is the compilation of unreleased
Michael Jackson songs since 2010′s
Michael , the first album released after
Jackson’s death in June 2009.
Xscape will be released in Standard
as well as Deluxe editions. The
deluxe edition will have the eight
unreleased songs in their original
form before they were
“contemporized”. Both editions will
be available for pre-order tomorrow
(April 1st) on iTunes.
Xscape will be released to retailers on
Check out the leaked version of
Michael Jackson’s “Xscape” from
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