Top Michael Jackson Videos That Turned Mj Fans Crazy-ssdao

Music Michael Jackson is among those singers that do not require any introduction, a one of a kind performer with a voice that make people feel his presence even after his death, Michael Jackson and his videos are here to stay forever. This article contains some of the top MJ videos that turned his fans crazy. Billie Jean(1983): Released in the year 1983, Micheal Jackson’s "Billie Jean" is considered the video that brought MTV, an unknown music channel at that time, into mainstream attention. It was the first video by a black artist to be aired by the channel. The video became really popular and Jackson’s new look in the video was copied by all, specially children around the US. In a 2005 poll, the music video was ranked fifth in "Top 20 Music Videos Ever". The video was also ranked as the 35th greatest music video in a list .piled by MTV and TV Guide at the millennium, which made it one of the popular Michael Jackson videos in the history. Bad (1987): Released in 1987, Bad was shot on a subway. In this MJ video, Michael Jackson and a group of dancers are showing dance steps all the way through a subway. The music video also got nominated at the Video Music Awards in the year 1988. The dance steps of this Michael Jackson video are still popular among Jacksons fans and this is among those popular Michael Jackson videos that increased popularity of Jackson and boosts Michael Jackson fan club. Dirty Diana(1988): Released in the year 1988, this is one of the most sexually charged music videos of Jackson. Dirty Diana is a story of a groupie, which was filmed in early 1988 in front of a live audience during Jackson’s ‘Bad’ World Tour. The music video won the "Number One Video In The World" at the 2nd World Music Awards held in the year 1989. Although some people wanted this MJ video to be banned because of too much sexuality, this Michael Jackson video still .es under the popular category. Beat It (1982): Released in the year 1982, ‘Beat It’ is the third single from Jackson’s sixth solo album – Thriller. The Michael Jackson music video "Beat It" was awarded two Grammy Awards and two American Music Awards and was inducted into the Music Video Producers Hall of Fame. The music video opens with the news of a fight at a diner. The camera cuts to a scene of Michael lying on a bed, speculating the superfluous violence. Arriving at the scene, where the fight is taking place, Jackson breaks up the fight and launches into a dance routine. The gang members join him in the dance and agree that violence is not the solution to the problems. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: