Good news for MJ fans!! Xscape, an album of eight newly released tracks is the second posthumous release of Michael Jackson’s songs that never made it to his albums. Recorded in the ’80s and ’90s, the album features innovative creations but maintains MJ’s original vocal recordings. Is Xscape a worthy addition to Jackson’s inheritance or a ghost of precedent fame?
Love Never Felt So Good is the type of song you thought, you would no way hear it again from MJ – soaring, effortless and expressive. Chicago is a mysterious funk anecdote concerning a married lady; Michael’s moody tone lays out the guarantee of a love. Loving You is a further simple love song lead by piano and hard-hitting drums from Timbaland and J-Roc.
Meanwhile, A Place with No Name, a remake of No. 1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 (1972) Horse with No Name, is an unforgettable piece of music describing a pointless mystic desert voyage. Do You Know Where Your Children Are narrates the tale of girl running away from sexual abuse, a horrific past which MJ was a prey of exploitation and indicted of it, few will pay attention to this song without recalling the event, and for a few, his disturbing life will overhaul this track absolutely.
Blue Gangsta completely standouts in the album, moving from breathy restraints to loud spirit accompanied with backing vocals, finger snaps, and hand claps. The exclusive edition of Xscape comprises of a new MJ with a much mellower tone after Thriller, where he is associated with a forceful and angular tempo.
The aggression now appears chiefly from lyrics. Nonetheless, Xscape outshines more than it ought to because of its production lead by Justin Timberlake, Jerome “J-Roc” Harmon, Rodney Jerkins, John McClain and Stargate.
Better late than never, the release of these songs give us yet another exciting opportunity to listen to ‘fresh’ songs from the king of pop star of all times. Let’s head to purchase the Xscape right away!!