La Toya on her late brother's album 'Michael': "It is definitely not his voice"
La Toya Jackson has spoken out about the questionable vocals on her late brother's posthumous album, 'Michael', and insists that some of the tracks simply don't sound like they were recorded by him at all.
She appeared as a guest on The Talk yesterday, March 5, and opened up about the recent allegations made by TMZ that suggested Paris Jackson had told a friend the voice on the album wasn't her father's.
The teen later denied these claims, but La Toya has thrown her weight behind the rumour, admitting she doesn't believe the King of Pop sang on every song:
"I haven't heard the complete album but I do know some of the songs that I've heard, it is definitely not his voice."
"Paris (Jackson) called me and said, 'Aunt La Toya, I want you to listen to something... You gotta listen to this, this is not daddy's voice.' She played it for me and I go, 'Paris, you're right, it's not.'"
"And I kept listening, and kept listening and it was not his voice and she was so concerned about it and she said, 'We gotta put a stop to this. We must to put a stop to this. And I'm not gonna let them (record executives) get by (get away) with this.'"
"This is a little girl, and this is the way she thinks because she loves her father and she didn't wanna see that out there when it wasn't her father's voice. And she went on to say this is the person who impersonates him and he's very good at it."
Check out Michael Jackson's 'Hold My Hand', the song which TMZ claimed Paris had said wasn't performed by him, below:
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