Michael Jackson Death Anniversary: From 'Beat It' to 'Dangerous' - best songs by the 'King of Pop'

Michael Jackson, a man that needs no introduction. He is the iconic 'King Of Pop'. The most famous American singer, songwriter and dancer.

Everyone has been mesmerized by him in some way or the other and everyone has wanted to be like him atleast once in their life. Jackson's talent was iconic, his songs really spoke to audiences.

Not only did he make songs that were excellent to groove to but he also made songs which showed that he understood the plight of people.

His death which came on June 25, 2009 shook the entire world. He passed away from a cardiac arrest, he was administered propofol, lorazepam and midazolam and it also said that Michael's death was caused by a propofol overdose.

After his death, music channels played his songs for 2 days straight on repeat.

Here are some of Michael Jackson's most memorable tracks:

1. They Don't Care About Us (Brazil Version)

This song is upbeat, amazing to listen to, can get you dancing within a minute, the video is so wholesome and ofcourse Michael Jackson does everything right here, right from the outfits, to welcoming people to the performance.

2. Black or White

The message that Michael Jackson spread in this song was so beautiful. People of all races and colour listen to this song with great pride and feel like they belong in the world.

3. Thriller:

The iconic thriller move that is saving parties everywhere. Michael Jackson sweeped the Grammy's with this song winning a total of 8 Grammy's.

4. We are the World

This song too gives out a great message and Michael Jackson brought together the most beloved singers for this song. Michael along with other great singers like Bruce Springsteen and Tina Turner made this song to raise money for Africa.

5. Beat it:

No surprises there, this song has got a good 'beat'. It's super to dance to.

6. Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough

This song sounds so sweet and it is so lovely to groove to.

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