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The most creative musician of all time is Michael Jackson, commonly dubbed “MJ.” He was born in August 29, 1958 in Gary, Indiana in the United States. He was the eighth child in the Jackson family and began performing at the age of five.
His early career was spearheaded when he joined his brothers’ band called “The Jackson 5” in 1964. Michael Jackson is known for his famous creations in song, dance, and philanthropy. In his solo career, he released hit songs such as Beat It, Billie Jean, Thriller and Black or White, which became number one hit songs in the U. S. Billboards. These songs were important because they helped him break down the racial barriers at that time. Being black, he faced many challenges and racial prejudice that could have hindered his career advancement. Therefore, he chose to appeal to his audience through songs and eventually earned his place as the first black to have his music played in MTV. He also co-wrote a charity song with Lionel Richie in 1985 called “We Are the World.” The song was released globally to help create awareness on the degrading conditions that children born in poor families, in the United States and Africa faced. The song sold an estimated thirty million copies and the money generated was distributed to various charitable foundations to help improve the lives of children suffering from hunger and diseases. As a result, he was awarded four Grammys for his philanthropic efforts. In addition, his creativity in dance is unrivaled. He is famous for creating complicated dance styles that he named “robot” and the “Moonwalk.” These styles, coupled with his white-sequined glove, became his signature styles. As a result, he earned himself a place in the Dance Hall of Fame as the first and only dance from pop and rock music. These dance styles still feature prominently in the work of current musicians, some with smaller variations. ...
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