Wednesday, September 14, 2005


Michael Jackson said it pained him to see such tragedy happening to his fellow Americans. He added that he would reach out to his fellow artistes within the music industry to cooperate with him to help the victims of the catastrophe who have lost everything to overcome their grief.

The spokesperson for Michael Jackson, Raymone Bain said that the
song will be recorded on 2 Seas Records, the music label of Prince Abdulla Hamad Alkhalifa of Bahrain. All proceeds from the sale will be donated to the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Michael Jackson has written a new song in response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina, and is currently in the process of finding recording artists to collaborate with him on the track to help aid for the victims of the natural disaster.

The song has a working title of From The Bottom Of My Heart and is part of a fundraising project titled From The Gulf To The Gulf according to Michael's spokesperson Raymone Bain, who released the following statement: "In response to the widespread devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina, Recording Superstar Michael Jackson has been moved to pen a song, with the working title, From the Bottom of My Heart."

"It pains me to watch the human suffering taking place in the Gulf Region of my country," says Mr. Jackson. “My heart and prayers go out to every individual who has had to endure the pain and suffering caused by this tragedy. I will be reaching out to others within the music industry, to join me in helping to bring relief and hope to these resilient people who have lost everything."

The song will be recorded on 2 Seas Records, a label owned by Prince Abdulla Hamad Alkhalifa of Bahrain. All proceeds from the sale will be donated to the victims of Hurricane Katrina.Michael Jackson Latest News

Usher Raymond has also called on Michael Jackson and Madonna to join other best selling Pop Stars to do a special benefit concert for the victims of hurricane Katrina. Just like the "We Are The World" of 1985 that famous artistes organised in Aid of the drought-stricken masses of Ethiopia.


Nneka's World said...

Whateva men, everytime there is a crisis MJ goes and sings a song. Dont get me wrong i love MJ but i dont think the people of the NO are ready to listen to someone sing about a natural disaster to make a comeback and increase his popularity vote.
If he is that saddened by the incident why doesnt he house people in his neverland ranch, if he can put monkeys, elephants and other animals in there, what's human beings to him. Or he can actually go there and lend a helping hand and for once come out from under that frigging umbrella! Night time still dey so i dont think he would need an umbrella in the night to offer his services, and not sing some 2pence song about we are the world and why did mothernature treat NewOrleans (meaning him) like this!
Please! all those other stars as well, please all should get a life, donate money, time and not sing a lullaby,that my dogs can compose better if you feed them poundy, egusi with cowleg inside!

Nneka's World said...

I am still waiting on my tyrese comment......

Eric said...

While I appreciate his spirit, someone needs to tell Michael that he really needs to go away now. He's done. Time to move on.

Great blog, btw!

Orikinla Osinachi. said...

Michael Jackson is not trying to make a come back.

He is very sensitive person.

Have you seen his drawings before he became popular?

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