The new album of Michael Jackson‘s recorded by parodist
To record Michael Jackson’s new album was hired by a man who knows how to cleverly imitate the voice of the “King of Pop”.
27-year-old Ricky Galliano parodist (Ricky Galliano) told the press that his voice was used to record Michael Jackson’s new album. According to Galliano, in October of this year, someone suggested to record a series of tracks in a studio in Lausanne, Switzerland. Galliano said that they asked him to imitate the voice of Michael Jackson as believable as possible.
Owner of the studio said that the compositions are written for a tribute album in memory of Jackson. In total, Galliano has recorded 21 songs, each of which, he said he was paid two thousand euros. Now the singer is afraid that he recorded the material was entered the album “Michael”, which is scheduled for release in December.
Earlier, Randy Jackson, brother of the pop singer, called a fake plate. According to him, not all songs from the album is the voice of Michael. He also added that, for whatever reasons, members of the Jackson family were not allowed in the studio during the completion of the album.
Sony, which produces a record, deny charges of forgery. They reported that thoroughly check the authenticity of the vocals and he “just” belongs to Michael Jackson.
The album “Michael” consists of ten tracks. In the recording material for the CD included 50 Cent, Akon and Lenny Kravitz. Release is scheduled for December 14.
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