Michael Jackson the show-stopping singer was the music icon and known as the "King of Pop" all over the world. The news of his sudden death on June 25th 2009 is still shocking and devastating for his admirers. His thrilling and electrifying stage presence made him one of the most popular artists of all time. His bestselling albums were: Off the Wall, Thriller, and Bad. The pop legend transformed the entertainment industry when his music videos were televised on MTV. He was the first black performer, whose video were televised by MTV. UK Prize is giving away free Michael Jackson memorabilia which includes Michael Jackson the Black and White doll, Michael Jackson autographed items, Michael Jackson History tour t-shirts and History gold coins.
Michael was the seventh child of the Jackson family and became an instant star at the age of eleven. He made his debut as professional singer in 1969 as the new member of then. He began his solo career in 1971 while he was still a member of the group. The pop icon had a unique style as a vibrant, poised young adult bursting with talent and innovative ideas. The Jacksons had a number of hit records and in total made 6 albums between the years of 1976 and 1984. In 1982 his famous album Thriller was released that broke all the music records and topped the charts for nine months. Thriller has sold 51 million copies and remained in Billboard's album chart for more than two years. Visit the UK Prize draws website and win the legend's free memorabilia.
During his career the pop icon received numerous awards and honours from all over the world, such as: the World Music Awards, Best-Selling Pop Male Artist of the Millennium, the American Music Award's Artist of the Century Award and the Bambi Pop Artist of the Millennium Award. He also received a Doctor of Humane Letters Degree from the United Negro College Fund and the same degree from Fisk University. The legend will never return again but will live in the hearts of his fans forever. Do not miss the golden chance to win Michael Jackson memorabilia free from UK prize.