"Michael Jackson and Bubbles" sculpted by contemporary artist Jeff Koons in 1998. On display at The Broad museum in LA. Photo by: Amanda Holmgren.

"Michael Jackson and Bubbles" sculpted by contemporary artist Jeff Koons in 1998. On display at The Broad museum in LA. Photo by: Amanda Holmgren.

For many, it's impossible to disagree - Michael Jackson still reigns as "The King of Pop." His artistry transcends time, genres and cultures. He was a beloved entertainer, one that many fans, artists, dancers, fashion designers and musicians look up to and emulate.

Empowered dancehall artist Ishawna is one of those people and took the beat of one of Michael Jackson's most iconic songs, "Beat It," where she voiced over a possible part 2 of her controversial song, "Equal Rights," teasing it on her Instagram titled, "Eat It." The singer received mixed reviews. Check it below.

Now this may not be an out right ode to Michael, but the dance moves seen in recently re-crowned Queen of Dancehall - Spice's new music video for, "Robot Wine," reminds us of the dance moves seen in MJ's "Thriller." Instead of dancing like zombies you'll be tranced into a twerking robot.

In addition, check out Spice's new music video for song, "Hooku Wine," produced by Cashflow Records and "Couple Up," from True Blue Records. It is a medley directed by Xtreme Arts, combining Afrobeat mixed with dancehall fever.  Watch below and ketch di dance:

*Featured photo from @spiceofficial and Instagram.

 

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