I missed my Old School Family so much. Y’all are the most progressive and genuine bloggers I know. Celebrity bloggers (Perez Hilton) can be very vicious and mean spirited, and I’m glad I have a network of people like you.
I have not been a fan of Michael Jackson in recent years, but my childhood is filled with wonderful memories of the most complex individual of my time. We joked about him so much, and took his talents for granted and like an old friend said, “Death adds value to life. (Thanks J Kristopher).
But today we celebrate our best memories of Micahel Jackson, and so I’m going way back to when I was a little girl listening to Thriller on my blue jean record player. Hands down Thriller is the best, some may say Bad, but sorry it’s Thriller. I have always had an old soul when it comes to music, and so my first choice is not the most popular Michael Jackson song:
This second song is probably the saddest song in the world, next to Man In the Mirror. I love this song because it’s so simple, yet cheesy, but oh so good.
Michael was great at fusing styles and this funk, pop rock combination, is one of his best songs. I forgot about this song until today.
Last, but not least.
– AJ – BklynQueen’86 – Bria – CC Groovy – Chocl8t – Cooper – Shawn – Danielle Vyas – Dee – DP – Fresh and Fab – Hagar’s Daughters – Invisible Woman – John – Keith – Kevin – Kim – LaKeisha – LaShonda – Lil Creole Pimp – Lisa C – Mahogany – Malcolm – Marcus – Martin – MarvalusOne – Mike – Mrs. Grapevine – MsLadyDeborah – Pjazzypar – Pop Art Diva – Quick – Regina – Revvy Rev – Shae-Shae – Sharon – SJP – Staci – Tami – Tha Connoisseur – Thembi – Vérité Parlant – Villager – Vivrant Thang – Wheneva Whateva – Zenobia –
- Old School Friday: The Jackson Family & Essence 2nd Annual Black Women In Hollywood – Halle Berry, Taraji P Henson, Tia Mowry
- Old School Friday: Band To Solo
- Old School Friday: Child Singer