Michael Jackson is widely considered to be the biggest pop star of all time. The late singer, songwriter, and dancer was a global phenomenon, selling over 750 million records worldwide and earning 13 Grammy Awards.

Jackson was born in Gary, Indiana, in 1958 and began his career as a member of the Jackson 5. The group achieved major success in the late 1960s and early 1970s, with Jackson’s vocal talents and dance moves becoming a major part of their appeal. Jackson then embarked on a solo career in 1971, releasing his first solo album, Got to Be There.

Jackson’s career took off in the 1980s, with the release of his album Thriller. The album was a huge success, selling over 40 million copies and becoming the best-selling album of all time. Jackson’s success continued throughout the decade, with albums such as Bad, Dangerous, and HIStory.

Jackson’s music and dance moves have been hugely influential, with his iconic moonwalk becoming one of the most recognizable dance moves in the world. He has also been credited with popularizing music videos, with his videos for songs such as “Thriller” and “Bad” becoming some of the most iconic of all time.

Jackson’s legacy continues to live on, with his music and influence still being felt today. He is remembered as one of the most iconic and influential figures in music history, and his status as the biggest pop star of all time is unlikely to ever be challenged.

By Influencer Magazine UK