The Game, Diddy, Usher Record Michael Jackson Tribute Track
As expected, hip-hop and R&B heavyweights have already gathered together to pay tribute to Michael Jackson. The Game jumped in the studio to record 'Better on the Other Side,' a DJ Khalil-produced track dedicated to the "King of Pop," who died of cardiac arrest on June 25.
The Game made a few phone calls and received a little help from some friends/fellow MJ lovers, including Chris Brown, Diddy, Usher, Polow Da Don, Mario Winans and Boyz II Men, who all jumped on the chance to pay respect to the pop legend.
Diddy starts off the track proclaiming, "You made the world dance. You made the music come to life." Brown, who undoubtedly was influenced by the pop icon, sings the chorus: "This the type of song that makes the angels cry/ Look up in the sky and I wonder why/ Why you had to go, go/ I know it's better on the other side."
The song debuted Friday morning on Los Angeles radio station Power 106.
Check out the track after the jump.