A brand new collection of unreleased Michael Jackson songs is bound for the shelves of music retailers.
On Friday, Jim Bates — a representative from the King of Pop’s estate — confirmed with Rolling Stone that a new 10 song album will be in stores in time for the holidays. Jackson’s older brother Jackie is helping to prepare the album for release, said Jim Bates, the spokesman for Jackson’s estate.
The album — to be produced by Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins — is the first in a 10-project, 7-year deal between the Jackson estate and Sony that was signed in March 2010.
Michael’s latest release goes on sale wherever music is sold this November.