Possible New Michael Jackson Song “Another Day” Leaks, Gets Yanked From Web

January 4th, 2010 by Daniel Kreps Leave a reply »

The new year kicked off with a potentially new unearthed Michael Jackson song. A snippet of a track called “Another Day,” reportedly sung by the King of Pop, hit the Web over New Year’s weekend. “Another Day” appears to be Jackson’s version of Lenny Kravitz’s “Storm,” a song that appeared on the rocker’s 2004 album Baptism and featured a guest spot by Jay-Z. The Huffington Post writes that “Another Day” was reportedly a duet between Jackson and Kravitz, but Kravitz doesn’t seem to appear on the 90-second snippet. “Another Day” appears to have emerged via Jackson fan site MJ Star.

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In the days following Jackson’s June 25, 2009 death, Kravitz penned a letter to Spinner about Jackson, writing, “I got to work with Michael on a track that has not been released and it was the most amazing experience I’ve had in the studio. He was funny. Very funny and we laughed the whole time.” It remains unclear whether Kravitz worked with Jackson on “Another Day,” or whether their collaboration resulted in another song.

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If “Another Day” proves to be legitimate, it’ll be the second track from Jackson’s vault of unreleased material to find its way to the streets. In July 2009, 24 seconds of a Jackson song called “A Place With No Name,” a reinterpretation of America’s 1971 hit “A Horse With No Name,” leaked. As Rolling Stone previously reported, Jackson’s manager Frank DeLeo told RS that Jackson left behind hard drives full of unreleased songs featuring collaborations with artists like Ne-Yo, Akon and Will.i.am, plus leftover material from the ’80s. “There are a couple of songs we re...

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