When news of Michael Jackson's untimely death broke, many Hollywood stars first took to their Twitter pages to share their personal statements about the loss of the King of Pop. Now, however, a few stars have gone even further – expressing their love for the late King of Pop through music.
According to E! News,Sean "Diddy" Combs, Chris Brown, Boyz II Men, The Game, Polo and Mario Winans have collaborated on a tribute to honor the late, great Jackson through the song, "Better On The Other Side."
"You made the world dance/You made the music come to life," Diddy says in the opening lines of the song.
"Look up in the sky and I wonder why, why you had to go/And now it's better on the other side," Chris then sings atop Diddy's words.
Click HERE to listen to the song.
During his solo career, Michael Jackson had 13 number one hits, earned 13 Grammy Awards, and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
On Thursday, Sean "Diddy" Combs reflected on the loss of Jackson on his Twitter page saying, "Michael Jackson showed me that you can actually see the beat. He made the music come to life! He made me believe in magic. I will miss him."
Chris Brown also tweeted, "Michael Jackson is the reason why I do music and why I am an entertainer."
This is not the first tribute Combs has led. In 1998 he paid tribute to the late rapper Notorious B.I.G. alongside Faith Hill, with a reworking of "The Police's," "Every Breath You Take," which was turned into "I'll Be Missing You."
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