At tonight’s Billboard Music Awards viewers got a glimpse of what only a few years ago would have been considered a miracle; Michael Jackson performing his posthumous song, Slave to the Rhythm. It reportedly took them over six months to construct the holographic performance, with some (so far) pretty mixed reviews. Is this an incredible new way to see artists “live”, even after they’ve passed? Or was the holographic MJ a disappointment at best, and a disgrace at worst? Weigh in below, and click here for a preview of his new album, Xscape.
Listen to More: Michael Jackson
Written by Nathan S. on 05/19/14
For the inaugural edition of Album Reviews in Dope Places, Nathan Slavik travels to the home Michael Jackson passed away in to deliver his review of MJ's new posthumous Xscape album. Shout out to security for making a blogger...
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