News, Xscape

New Michael Jackson Single to Premiere 1st May!

April 23, 2014 • By

Yes! It’s happening! The first official single from the forthcoming ‘XSCAPE’ album will make it’s debut on 1st May 2014 at the iHeartRadio Awards in LA! Just how they’re going to play out the track? We’re not sure! But no doubt it’s going to be a spectacular premiere.

Check out NBC’s promo for the awards, INCLUDING confirmation that the new Michael Jackson song WILL be played.

News, Xscape, XSCAPE Fan Initiative

XSCAPE Fan Initiative in Mexico

April 20, 2014 • By

Fans from “Moonwalkers Fans Monterrey” in the city of Monterrey in Mexico have been self-promoting the New Michael Jackson Album ‘XSCAPE’ by going down the street of their city colouring the walls with home made posters of ‘XSCAPE’ album cover!

Here some of their work:


SOURCE: Moonwalkers Fans Monterrey / LUIS MIGUEL

If you have also did or doing something similar in your country, please email us your pictures at
Fan Made, Interactive

Tiny Irish dancer stuns crowded mall with Michael Jackson routine!

April 18, 2014 • By

The future of Irish dance is here and her name is Kate McCafferty.

Kate’s Michael Jackson routine, caught on film when she performed it two years ago at the Foyleside Shopping Center in Derry, Northern Ireland, is hugely inventive and shows how Irish dance can mingle with other genres of dance and music to create something totally unique.

Her solo performance might not meet the ‘mob’ qualification of Irish dance flash mob week, but this tiny dancer has just as much energy and enthusiasm as any group – if not more. read more


Fake Fan, Newbie, Sony Plant…Meet the Family.

April 17, 2014 • By

“Fake Fan….Newbie….Sony Plant!”
You’d be forgiven for thinking that we’d just stepped back into the school playground. Sadly, this is not the case. These are the words of fully-grown adults that plague the fan community on a daily basis,and for what? A cheap shot at another fan, who chances are they’ve never met in person or interacted with in more than 140 characters. As I scroll up my Twitter timeline on any given day, I see these terms being mindlessly slung at one another when a difference in opinion is raised. It’s sad that in a day and age where the ability to communicate with a larger group of people is so widely available to us, it’s used by grown adults to label, insult and attack; the very thing we advise the youth of today not to do. I decided to take a look at some of these names and seek to explore some possible motives. read more