World will never see another Michael Jackson

India
June 27, 2009 7:17pm CST
Michael Jackson has created history by his contributions in the field of music. His music, his dance is admired all over. World will never see another Michael Jackson, none can bring out that kind of charm with his potential as MJ has created. He created history by using his potential....miss u MJ...we all miss u...
4 responses
@oneidmnster (1389)
• United States
29 Jun 09
While I admire Jackson for his music and recognize that many people idolized him,he was no Elvis.He did not change music as we know it.He became little more than a circus freak and unconvicted child molester.O.J was found innocent,too.Music changed as it always does and left him behind. Will we ever see another like him?Talent wise,maybe not.As a person,let's hope not.
@rymebristol (1788)
• Philippines
28 Jun 09
that's a fact...no one will ever replace nor come close to what Michael Jackson had shown the world. His talent, music, the icon. It is such a big lost, i admire almost all his songs. The greatest performer of all time I must say. Though MJ is gone, his music will continue to live and rhyme in our hearts and soul. May his soul rest in eternal peace.
@funtasy (98)
• Malaysia
28 Jun 09
mj - mj rip
well, it's hard to used a word to describe MJ. much negetive comment on him, but we can found also his charitable deed. MJ is Dancers textbooks a korea idol said. anyway hope he rest in peace .
@posham (1237)
• Philippines
28 Jun 09
Yes, losing someone like him is really devastating for the music industry. Truth is, I never truly saw Michael as the star that most people came to know because by the time I got to see him, he was already is his later appearance. But all the same, I immediately known that he was a genius just listening to the songs while being made to move by his dance acts. It was only during my later grade school years that I saw the young MJ, with the help of MTV of course. Thriller was undoubtedly hard to beat not to mention Billy Jean. But the one that I was addicted to as a child was the one with the music video of him appearing and disappearing while dancing. It was set in an Egyptian palace with pharaohs. Would you happen to know which song that was?