Prince to Record Michael Jackson’s Beat It ?


Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to give you some more news from the world of Mr. Controversy, Prophet – King Nazir Muhammad. Muhammad has introduced a new idea to the music industry, an idea that he feels fans would love. His idea is that the rock icon Prince should record his rendition of the king of pop’s 1982 hit song Beat it.

Many older fans of these two artists will probably remember their seeming musical rivalry back in the 80’s, a rivalry that kept both artists at the top of their game. But now that MJ is gone, Prince’s fire seems to be withering from the lack of competition from today’s less experienced acts.

That, and the music industry itself is suffering from the lack of producing long lasting hits that the 70s, 80s and 90s produced.

This is why the idea of Prince recording Beat it makes the most sense to true music lovers like Muhammad. We have seen in recent months the purple icon sporting an afro, as if to say that he is beginning again by reaching back in time. So in that same spirit, Muhammad suggests he go back and pull out a sure fire hit like Beat it added with some purple funk.

Although many fans believe that Prince would never record an MJ record, that is where the Magic comes in – the fact that no one believes he would do it. But if ever there was an MJ song that was tailor-made for Prince, it would undoubtedly have to be Beat it.

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Prince and Michael Jackson

Just the announcement would keep the whole music industry and fans worldwide awake at night anticipating hearing Prince rip the song’s guitar solo.

As you can see in the photos above, Michael has been waiting a long time for this to happen.

Muhammad says that this would not be just another iTunes release, this would be a historical event worthy of his standard 10% fee as concept creator of course. Contact Muhammad through NewBlaze.

Michael Jackson’s BEAT IT Video:

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