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Michael Jackson Album With New Track Coming December 14

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Michael Jackson's music will always be timeless, which is why it's time for the world to listen to a new MJ album full of "newly completed recordings."

"A new album from the King of Pop? So what?" you're saying. So what? Michael, the upcoming album of MJ hits, will include the unreleased track "Breaking News," according to SPIN.

Brace yourselves for the greatness to be released on December 14.

In the meantime, the track "Breaking News" will be available for fans to stream in full throughout the week of November 8 on Michael Jackson's official website. A teaser of the track will be posted there later today. Now this is a good Friday. Be on your way with your Friday shtick, Kanye.

That's right, Jackson's releasing new music from the grave, Tupac style. Talk about "Don't Stop Till You Get Enough."


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