It looks like there will be new Michael Jackson music in time for Christmas. A 10 song collection of material left behind after his untimely death last year is set to hit stores in November 2010 according to Rolling Stone. Among the songs included will be tracks recorded in 1996 with will.i.am and recordings that didn't make the cut for 1987's Bad album. This album is the first in a $250 million ten album, seven year deal that the Michael Jackson estate made with Sony BMG in March of this year. Rodney Jerkins, the producer of Michael Jackson's 2001 album Invincible, is expected to be the primary producer on this project.
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