Quincy Jones accuses Michael Jackson of plagiarism with ‘Billie Jean’

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The famous producer Quincy Jones, the man behind the biggest successes of Michael Jackson, the King of Pop is accused that he has multiple hits pirated, including the famous ‘Billie Jean’.

“I don’t have much meaning to the audience to say this, but Michael has a lot of things have been stolen. He has a lot of songs stolen,” said the producer of 84 years, who was involved in several well-known albums such as ‘Thriller’ and ‘Bad’. “He was so machiavellistisch as you can think,” added Jones, in an interview with the website Vulture, that Tuesday was published.

Jones pointed to similarities between ‘Billie Jean’, a song he produced, and ‘State of independence’, a song of discokoningin Donna Summer, produced by Quincy Jones, and a few months earlier, released. But who are the two numbers after each other, listen, little parables to hear. Or it should be that both numbers have a pronounced bass line.

Quincy Jones accused Michael Jackson, who died in 2009, also of a “tightwad”. The ex-member of the Jackson 5 would have refused to keyboardist Greg Phillinganes credits for his hit ‘Don’t stop ’til you get enough’.

As an eighties remains Quincy Jones is very active in the music business. Recently, he launched a videostreamingdienst specialized in jazz.

He was also recently notice with an interview in the magazine GQ. He said that he has 22 friends had around the world, in 26 languages talked, and treatment was followed in Sweden, allowing him to 110 years could be.

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