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Voice Expert Says Michael Jackson's Voice is Not on His New Album

Michael Jackson has sold more albums since his death than in the last 13 years of his life.

TheKing of Pop has sold 13.228 million albums since his death in 2009, in comparison to 13.152 million from 1996 to 2008. Michael Jackson passed away on June 25, 2009, and since he passed away he has record setting album sales. Jackson's album and digital sales were through the roof. In fact, the past five years have been some of the strongest sales ever since. According to the company's information, Michael Jackson has sold 13.228 million albums since he passed away. In the five years prior to his death he only sold 3.934 million. Michael Jackson's record sales dropped tremendously following the child sexual abuse allegations were filed against him. In 1994, Michael Jackson settled the case out of court, but the impact was profound. The scandals hurt his career and had a lasting effect. Michael Jackson Everett Collection / Shutterstock.com Michael Jackson passed away while rehearsing for his concerts titled, "This is It," with the singer calling for his retirement after the show. The previous years Michael Jackson struggling financially and the concert was set up to to make millions. There have been accusations and lawsuits saying that several songs are not actually Michael Jackson singing.

The lawsuit, filed by California woman Vera Serova in Superior Court in Los Angeles County on Thursday, questions whether it's actually Jackson's vocals on the tracks “Breaking News,” “Monster” and “Keep Your Head Up.”

Serova claims that “several members of Jackson's family” have disputed the authenticity of the tracks. And, even though Sony subsequently went on record stating that it has “complete confidence” that it's Jackson singing the songs, Serova says she enlisted an independent audio expert who concluded that “it was very likely” that the vocals aren't those of Jackson. [Via]

Since Michael Jackson is selling more records now than ever before, it would be hard for anyone to believe that Sony will not try to create music and say Michael Jackson sang it.

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