“I remember another story that most people would not believe about Michael. I was told he was driving down a street one day with his driver when he saw a man standing at the side of a road with a flat tire that needed to be changed. Michael asked his driver to pull in to help this man change his tire. Once they got home, he asked his driver to show him how to change a tire, so he could do it himself next time. And so his driver showed him how to raise up a car, loosen the screws, and so on. A while later he was on the road again when he saw another person on the roadside with the same problem. This time Michael asked his driver to pull in again, however this time he wanted to help change the tire himself. The driver replied something like, “Oh, Michael, I think this is probably not the best idea…” But Michael responded, “No, I really want to help him.” And so they pulled in and Michael himself helped the stunned man change his tire.”—Michael Jackson’s bodyguard Michael LePerruque speaking about working for Michael (via lacienegasmiled)
"On July 16, 2009, just three weeks after his tragic passing, a portion of an unreleased Michael Jackson song leaked online. Celebrity gossip website TMZ posted a twenty-four second snippet of the track, called “A Place With No Name”. For the past four-and-a-half years the twenty-four second snippet is all that Michael Jackson fans have had access to. That is, until now.
“A Place With No Name” remains officially unreleased to this day. Dr. Freeze has stated on a number of occasions that “A Place With No Name”, as well as “Blue Gangsta”, will be included on the next Michael Jackson album. “That I know. This is confirmed.” he said, adding that the album is scheduled to come out in Spring 2014.”
Read the rest of the article here with stories from Dr Freeze about the work done on the song.
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