Any young man who understands a sense of urgency to be by his woman’s side just because has our vote of confidence any day.
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Reciting the alphabet has never been more cool or funky.
We guess it’s true when they say you never miss a good thing until it’s gone. The J5 had no shame in their game and asked for a reconciliation.
Knowing that your man is always going to hold you down is the ultimate sign of love.
The minute MJ’s vocals soared to emphasize how badly he was treating his lil’ lady, we fell in love.
Letting go is never easy, so we felt MJ’s pain and loss.
Jackson lent his famous name and efforts to help those less fortunate around the world and inspired others to do the same with this star-studded track.
If ever there were a dare for a dance off, this was the tune to hit up the dance floor.
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The horns on this upbeat track mixed with Jackson’s vocals made Saturday morning cleaning bearable.
We never thought we’d be jealous of a rodent, but Jackson’s serenade to his furry friend was endearing.
This song proves that M.J. was hot even before “Thriller.” “Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough” is still a favorite on the dance floor.
Kanye West sampled this beat for his song “Good Life,” but if you ask us, no one did it like Mike.
We couldn’t think of a better way to let someone know you were the boss and to get lost.
Only the King of Pop could transform the music video industry with a short horror movie to accompany this catchy tune.
The sequined glove, the moonwalk, the Jheri curl—all those images we’ll never forget. It all started with this song right here.
This was more than a song. It was also one of the top hits from Michael’s movie “Moonwalker,” in which he saved a group of kids from the bad guys.
Who doesn’t love a man who can admit that he’s sprung and his woman has him stalking her down dark alleys?
There’s a special lady that could even make the King of Pop swoon.
Michael Jackson was known for his sensitivity and no record displays that emotion better than this song.
Hardly known as a bad boy, Michael embraced his all-black wearing, graffiti-spraying, dangerous side in this video.
Blowing off some serious steam never sounded this cool.
No one could have preached about the beauty of color blindness to knock down all racial barriers.
In Living Color’s Wanda (Jamie Foxx) might have been the inspiration for this seductive jam, but we didn’t mind rockin’ with The Gloved one all night long.
Reminiscing on past loves can get you in trouble but who said trying to win them back can’t be an adventure.