A new approach at Michael Jackson’s 1995 “HIStory” album,
and how its message is more alive then never before.
In June of 1995, Michael Jackson released his 9th studio album called “HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I”. The double-disc featured a Greatest Hits collection and 15 brand new songs released by the King of Pop.
The release date marked 3 years after Jackson suffered from child abuse allegations made by Jordan Chandler’s family.
At a turbulent time in his life, the singer released an album exposing intimate topics which seemed to be a unexpected approach on a “closed” subject…
There’s a difference between being happy and not being sad
We live in a moment where many issues are being brought up like never before. This illustrates a great deal of development in the minds of our society. People have been talking about self acceptance, a great and necessary matter that should be encouraged to every single one of us. But with the increase of these discussions, one particular fact seems to be put aside from people’s perspectives, and that is meaning.
Even though I strongly agree that it is okay to be who you are, I don’t hear people…
a life newcomer.