Michael Jackson Stole Songs,Quincy Jones Says

The legendary music producer behind the king pop Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones says the late Michael Jackson stole some of his popular hits

The legendary music producer behind the king pop Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones says the late Michael Jackson stole some of his popular hits. He adds that even though he hates to say this publicly, but Michael Plagiarized a lot of his songs.


In an interview published by VULTURE, Quincy said the Jackson was a Machiavellian and adds specifically that ‘Billie Jean’ from the Album ‘Thriller’, was copied.He suggests the strikinhg similarities between the song and Donna Summer;s ‘State of  Independence’ which incidentally was also produced by Quincy Jones and released in 1982.

The 84-year-old producer accuses Michael Jackson of greed and says he should have given partial writing credit to Keyboardist Greg Phillinganes for the song  “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough.”



 Quincy however has sympathy over Michaels personal issues, adding that he  raised concerns to the singer over his plastic surgery and blamed the singer’s father for the abuse he suffered which led to his poor self-image.

The octogenarian also revealed recently in an interview with GQ Magazine some stattling  revelations about himself .He admits tohaving 22 girlfiends around the world , speaks 22 languages and has undergone a cutting-edge treatment  that will help him live to the age 110!,

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