Michael Jackson Enters The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame
Michael Jackson may no longer be with us, but his legacy truly lives on as he becomes the second artist to be inducted into The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame.
In last week's battle featuring Usher's 'Good Kisser' and MJ's 'Love Never Felt So Good,' the King of Pop took almost all the votes with 95.34 percent.
Written by MJ and legendary pop singer-songwriter Paul Anka, ‘Love Never Felt So Good’ was record in 1983, but received a bit of a refresher with the addition of Justin Timberlake’s vocals. The song, which delves into the beginnings of a romance and finding that special someone, is the lead single from MJ’s posthumous album, ‘Xscape.’
Michael initially entered the battle when he was put up against Wiz Khalifa's 'We Dem Boyz.' Easily taking that win with over 80 percent of the vote, his song also battled Chris Brown's 'Loyal' and Nicki Minaj's 'Pills N Potions.'
MJ joins Trey Songz in The Boombox Hall of Fame.