Chorale – "Good Life". 2004: Kierra "Kiki" Sheard – "You Don't Know". 2005: Joy Enriquez – "Don't You Let Go". 2005: Anesha Birchett – "Get Ready" with Mase. 2005: Atiba – "Flossin" with Francisco. 2006: The Darkchild Allstars – "We Are Family". 2007: Linda Király - "Can't Let Go". 2008: The Pussycat Dolls With Diddy, Lil Wayne, & Fatman Scoop – "When I Grow Up" (Darkchild Remix). 2008: Lady Gaga - "Reloaded" (unreleased song). 1999: Michael Jackson - “Rampage”. 1999: Michael Jackson - “A Deeper Love”. 2001: Michael Jackson - “Cheater”. 2001: Michael Jackson - “Chicago 1945”. 2001: Michael Jackson - “Get Around”. 2001: Michael Jackson - “Get Your Weight Off Me”. 2001: Michael Jackson - “Kick
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Luther Van DrossLutherLuther R. Vandross
In September 2001, Vandross performed a rendition of Michael Jackson's hit song "Man in the Mirror" at Jackson's 30th Anniversary special, alongside Usher and 98 Degrees. In 2002, he performed his final concerts during his last tour, The BK Got Soul Tour starring Vandross featuring Angie Stone and Gerald Levert. In the spring of 2003, Vandross' last collaboration was Doc Powell's "What's Going On", a cover of Marvin Gaye from Powell's album 97th and Columbus. In 2003, Vandross released the album Dance with My Father. It sold 442,000 copies in the first week and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 album chart.
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Johnny Cash, Peter Gabriel, Kendrick Lamar, Janet Jackson, and Michael Jackson hold the record for the most wins as a performer in this category, with two each (Michael was also a member of the supergroup USA for Africa and was highly involved in the "We Are the World" project). Mark Romanek holds the record for the most wins as a director, with a total of three. Icelandic singer Björk holds the record for the most nominations as a performer without a win, with four. Each year is linked to the article about the Grammy Awards held that year. Director(s) are only indicated if they were presented a Grammy Award. Award was not presented.
Mýa's musical influences include Sade Adu, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Prince, Chaka Khan, Minnie Riperton, and Madonna. Mýa praises Steve Wonder for his ability to hear music and play music and feel it and get other people to feel it, and Madonna for her boldness and courage. Mýa calls Minnie Riperton her favorite female singer and Prince her musical hero, stating, "He's someone who takes risks. He's an all-around entertainer, hell of a performer. He's a genius."
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He became the fifth artist of all-time to achieve that feat behind Stevie Wonder ('60s,'70s,'80s), Michael Jackson ('70s,'80s,'90s), Janet Jackson and Madonna ('80,'90s,'00s), and became the third male soloist in history to have at least one number-one single from five consecutive studio albums. On the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, Usher has 13 number-one singles tied with Michael Jackson and Marvin Gaye, the most in the 2000s with 8 number-ones, and set a Guinness World Record in 2010.
Notable ones include Cher, Madonna, Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue, Gloria Estefan, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez, Spice Girls, Paula Abdul, Backstreet Boys, Michael Jackson, NSYNC, Destiny's Child, Janet Jackson, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift. As the term "disco" started to go out of fashion by the late 1970s to early 1980s, other terms were commonly used to describe disco-based music, such as "post-disco", "club", "dance" or "dance-pop" music.
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Janet Jackson leads with six videos on the list, while Michael Jackson, Britney Spears and Ayumi Hamasaki have five each. Ayumi Hamasaki, T-ara, S.E.S., 2NE1 and B.A.P are also the only Asian artists to appear on this list. Madonna has made three appearances in the top five, and four total, making her the artist with the most expensive videos of all time combined. TLC, Kanye West, Busta Rhymes, Guns N' Roses, Mylène Farmer and MC Hammer appear on the list twice. Joseph Kahn has directed four, while Hype Williams, Cha Eun Taek and Wataru Takeishi have directed three. Nigel Dick, Mark Romanek and John Landis appear twice, the latter with videos both for Michael Jackson.
Romanek was given his first Grammy Award for Best Short Form Video in 1996 for "Scream", a collaboration between the pop superstar siblings Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson. The video, which cost $7 million to make, is cited as one of the most expensive ever made. Romanek won his second Grammy two years later, again with Janet Jackson, for her video "Got 'Til It's Gone". In 2002, Romanek shot a video for Audioslave's "Cochise" in which the band performed in the midst of a prolonged pyrotechnic display of the intensity usually seen only during fireworks finales.
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. 2017: Cher. 2018: Janet Jackson. 1992: Special Award commemorating the 10th Anniversary of Thriller: Michael Jackson. 1996: Special Award for most weeks at No. 1 on The Billboard Hot 100 (16 weeks for "One Sweet Day"): Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men. 1997: Special Award honoring "Candle In the Wind 1997" as the all-time best selling single: Elton John and Bernie Taupin. 1998: Special Award for the most No. 1s ever by a female artist (13): Mariah Carey. 2000: Special Award for biggest one-week sales ever of an album: No Strings Attached, NSYNC. 2000: Special Award for biggest one-week sales of an album ever by a female artist, Oops!...
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The results were Elvis Presley (1950s), The Beatles (60s), Stevie Wonder (70s) and Michael Jackson (80s). *Latin American Music Award Michael Jackson 8 (1984). Whitney Houston 8 (1994). Artist of the Year: Taylor Swift (4 wins). Song of the Year: Kenny Rogers (5 wins). Favorite Male Artist – Pop/Rock: (Tie) Barry Manilow, Eric Clapton, Michael Bolton, Michael Jackson and Justin Bieber (3 wins each). Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock: (Tie) Olivia Newton-John and Whitney Houston (4 wins each). Favorite Duo or Group – Pop/Rock: (Tie) Aerosmith, The Black Eyed Peas, Hall & Oates and One Direction (3 wins each). Favorite Album – Pop/Rock: Michael Jackson and Justin Bieber (3 wins).
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Spears has cited her major influences in her career as being Madonna, Janet Jackson, and Whitney Houston, her "three favorite artists" as a child whom she would "sing along to [...] day and night in [her] living room"; Houston's "I Have Nothing" was the song she auditioned to that landed her record deal with Jive Records. Throughout her career, Spears has drawn frequent comparisons to Madonna and Jackson in particular, in terms of vocals, choreography and stage presence. According to Spears: "I know when I was younger, I looked up to people... like, you know, Janet Jackson and Madonna. And they were major inspirations for me. But I also had my own identity and I knew who I was."
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With Michael Jackson breaking down the color barrier for black men, Houston did the same for black women. She became the first black woman to receive heavy rotation on the network following the success of the "How Will I Know" video. Following Houston's breakthrough, other African-American women, such as Janet Jackson and Anita Baker, were successful in popular music. Baker commented that "Because of what Whitney and Sade did, there was an opening for me ... For radio stations, black women singers aren't taboo anymore."
NeverlandEstateMichael Jackson compound
The amusement park included two railroads: one narrow gauge named "Neverland Valley Railroad" with a steam locomotive named Katherine after his mother (Crown 4-4-0 (2B); built 1973 with two coaches), and the other a narrow gauge with a locomotive named C. P. Huntington made by Chance Rides. There was also a Ferris wheel, Carousel, Zipper, Octopus, Pirate Ship, Wave Swinger, Super Slide, roller coaster, bumper cars, and an amusement arcade. The master closet also contained a secret safe room for security. Jackson was also an avid art collector.
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Ricky Martin. 2001: Rod Stewart. 2003: Mariah Carey. 2004: Celine Dion. 2005: Bon Jovi. 2006: Michael Jackson. 2008: The Beatles.
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Legal commentator Nancy Grace also blamed Jackson's celebrity, but also felt that Janet Arvizo's testimony had been the "weak link", saying: "Apparently the defense overwhelmed them with the cross-examining of the mother. I think it boils down to that, plain and simple." The trial attracted international media attention, and several commentators described it as a media circus. According to Forbes, "no allegations have been more publicly scrutinized than those against Michael Jackson". When the news of the raid on Jackson's home broke, many channels switched to 24-hour rolling coverage.
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The song is also considered to have one of the greatest chord progressions in Pop music. * Overview of "I Want You Back", featuring picture sleeves from all over the world Michael Jackson – lead vocals. Tito Jackson – vocals. Jackie Jackson – vocals. Jermaine Jackson – vocals. Marlon Jackson – vocals. Johnny Jackson - drums. Gene Pello – drums. Freddie Perren - piano. Fonce Mizell - piano. Louis Shelton – guitar. David T. Walker - guitar. Wilton Felder – bass guitar. Don Peake – bass guitar (doubling the bass line). Ronnie Rancifer – piano, keyboards.
Lead vocals by Michael Jackson and Jermaine Jackson. Background vocals by Michael Jackson, Jermaine Jackson, Tito Jackson, Jackie Jackson, and Marlon Jackson. Keyboards by Freddie Perren. Guitar by David T. Walker, Louis Shelton and Don Peake. Bass guitar by Wilton Felder. Drums by Gene Pello.
Moore, Michael (2003). Dude, Where's My Country? Warner Books. ISBN: 0-446-53223-1. List of awards and nominations received by Oprah Winfrey. African Americans in Mississippi.