20 unknown Michael Jackson songs found

20 unknown Michael Jackson songs found
The late singer's former sound technician, Michael Durham Prince, claims to have found 20 unfinished songs, he told the French newspaper Le Parisien.

Durham worked with Jackson from 1995 to his death in 2009 and found the songs on one of their old computers. According to Durham the songs are missing titles and chorus.

- I have no right to decide the titles of the songs and would not let anyone else hear them right now, says Durham Prince.

However, there is reason to believe that Sony Music is interested in the newly discovered music.

Since the King of Pop died of cardiac arrest in 2009, Sony has released the albums "Michael" in 2010 and "Xscape" in 2014. Both albums contained a mixture of unpublished songs and music that have been completed after his death.

In 2014 the song "Love Never Felt So Good" was released with guest vocals from Justin Timberlake. If the new music is to be released, Sony must again find guest vocalists who can complete the songs, says Durham Prince.

Michael Durham Prince, who still works with Jackson's family, think fans can expect new music in the near future but not in album format.

- Right now we are more interested in giving out new songs twice a year.

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