It’s been five years—exactly—since Michael Jackson passed away at the age of 50, but that hasn’t stopped the world from hearing new music from the King of Pop.
In the half of a decade since he’s died, the legendary singer has released three posthumous albums.
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Shortly after John Lennon was murdered, the songs “Woman” and “Watching the Wheels” were released from his album with wife Yoko Ono titled Double Fantasy.
Years later, his widow released Milk and Honey, the follow up to their Double Fantasy album, with unheard music recorded before his tragic death.
The three surviving members of The Beatles also combined vocals previously recorded by John with overdubs to include the tracks "Real Love" and "Free as a Bird" as part of an anthology released 15 years after his death.
Additionally, a live album of his music, titled Live From New York City was created posthumously.