The black and pop music division in record companies was traditionally segregated and the budgets afforded were small compared to those given to promising white pop acts. Plus, a black artist still had to prove himself on the black charts while building his image as a pop artist waiting for the opportunity to be there,… Continue reading IMAGE BUILDING IN THE ’80 AND MICHAEL JACKSON SUCCESS
Jorge Luis Borges emphasized that in Spanish, to say that something is outstanding, it is said that “it is enviable.” However, envy is one of the worst feelings that exist. It harms who feed it and those who are its object, because often this person is forced to overcome all kinds of obstacles that the envious… Continue reading 1987: BAD AND MICHAEL JACKSON ALONE AT THE TOP
Michael Jackson's dispute with Sony Music started long before the "Invincible" production. That had only been the tip of the iceberg.