Michael Jackson At 1984 Grammy Awards
Released November 30, 1982 On Epic Records, "Thriller" Is The Biggest- Selling Album, Worldwide, In Music History, It Produced Seven Top-Ten Hits - A First In Pop History And Sold More Than 30 Million Copies. It Still Sells An Estimated 130,000 Units In The USA, Per Year .
"Thriller" Is One Of Only Three Albums To Remain In The Top 10 Of The Billboard 200 For A Full Year, Spending 80 Consecutive Weeks There - 37 At No. 1. It Was The First Of Three Albums, And The Only Album To Date, To Be The Best-Seller For Two Years (1983-1984). The "Thriller" Album Was Inducted Into The Grammy Hall of Fame During The 2008 Grammy Awards.
With The Release Of "Billie Jean," One Of The Tracks From "Thriller," Michael Jackson Broke The Color Barrier On MTV. "Billie Jean" Was The First Video By A Black Artist To Get Regular Airplay On The Channel, Which Debuted August 1, 1981.
Arguably The Greatest Entertainer Of The 20th Century, Jackson Was A True Musical Genius Who Enjoyed Unprecedented Success As A Commercial Artist. He Began His Career At Age 10, As The Youngest Brother And Front Man Of The Motown Super Group, The Jackson 5. In The Early 1970's Teenagers Danced To Jackson 5 Hits Like "I Want You Back," "ABC," "The Love You Save," "I'll Be There" And "Never Can Say Goodbye." Michael's First Solo Hit To Reach No. 1 On The Billboard Charts Was "Ben," In 1972.
Michael Jackson Died June 25, 2009 After Being Administered A Lethal Dose Of Propofol.
"In Order For Black History To Live, We Must Continue To Breathe Life Into It." -- Hubert Gaddy, Jr.
MICHAEL SWEEPS '84 GRAMMY AWARDS
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