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Michael Jackson gets his own channel on Sirius XM

Michael's first solo album "Got to be There" was released in 1972
Michael's first solo album "Got to be There" was released in 1972
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With the release of Michael Jackson's posthumous album “Xscape” released today (May 13) Sirius XM is launching The Michael Jackson Channel to celebrate. This will be an exclusive, limited run station that will focus on the King of Pop's solo career. XM subscribers will also get access to eight previously unreleased songs from “Xscape” along with tidbits and stories from the producers involved with the album.

Michael Jackson on tour, 1991
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The channel, which launched May 12, will run through Monday May 26 via satellite on XM channel 50. Fans can also access the channel by use the Sirius XM Internet Radio App on smartphones and other mobile devices. The app can be found on their website.

“Xscape,” a collection of previously unreleased demos polished by several producers, is available now. A deluxe edition with Jackson's original recordings is also available. To get your copy of the album and for more on Michael Jackson, visit his website.