Friday, June 26, 2009


EXCLUSIVE: MICHAEL JACKSON has become a Muslim - and changed his name to Mikaeel.

The skint superstar, 50, donned Islamic garb to pledge allegiance to the Koran in a ceremony at a pal's mansion in Los Angeles, The Sun can reveal.

Jacko sat on the floor wearing a tiny hat after an Imam was summoned to officiate - days before the singer is due to appear at London's High Court where he is being sued by an Arab sheik.

A source told last night how Jacko, brought up as a Jehovah's Witness, decided to convert as he used a studio at the home of his chum to record a new album.

The star - whose hits include The Way You Make Me Feel - was spotted looking "a bit down" by a producer and a songwriter who had both embraced Islam.


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Michael Jackson - HIStory (J Dilla Remix)

Up until a few minutes ago I had kept our Rest in Peace Michael Jackson post at the top. And before some of you start bitching about us not paying respect or the dopehouse owing it to MJ to keep it up; as you can see… I’ve put together a banner up top (it will switch out between whatever other ads are running) and there is an image to the right. We’re moving on in posts but not moving on from the memory. With that said… I wanted to post this J Dilla remix that I scooped from FWMJ. Rest in Peace MJ.

DOWNLOAD Michael Jackson - HIStory (J Dilla Remix) | Mediafire

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After hearing the news of MJ’s untimely passing, The Game got in the studio and put together this tribute song. Link courtesy of DJ Skee. UPDATE: After a few listens it seems as if it’s just The Game, Chris Brown, Polow Da Don & Diddy on the track with samples from the rest. *shrugs… I really don’t care. Oh and I also added the tagless version that The Game posted prior to Skee. Shouts to Buck on the heads up.

DOWNLOAD: The Game - Better On the Otherside (Tribute to MJ) f. Diddy, Chris Brown, Mario Winans, Polow Da Don, Usher & Boyz II Men (prod. DJ Khalil) | Mediafire

Michael speaks on racisim and change

Michael Jackson wasn't just a great singer, writer,producer and dancer... he was an advocate of change in the music biz AND he was pro-black. Michael recognized the need to speak out against the racist record labels taking advantage of the artists(mainly black ones),the media the history books lies, and lack of black faces.MJ knew the importance of the truth about our history our music and our heritage. Michael identified the devil, and was trying to bring change and respect back to those who deserve it.He spoke on how he was treated after breaking The Beatles, and Elvis' record sales and in the end he knew, "They don't really care about us".R.I.P. Michael Jackson...peace.
(audio is a lil jumpy but it's well worth it)