Michael Jackson: It’s Been Three Years Since Losing An Icon

Today marks the third anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death.  Three years ago today the world came to a standstill as it was announced that one of our musical icons were not longer with us.  Upon hearing of Michael’s passing I was in New York City for the 1st Full Figured Fashion Week.  Is the article that I later posted on my personal blog, Rhythmic Soul

Everyone mourns differently.  Some express themselves externally, while others reflect internally. Until now, I didn’t know how or what to say that properly expressed my feelings for the man that I consider my first introduction to popular music. Our initial meeting happened when I was about 4 years old and it occurred to the tune of Rock WithYou. Until then, music was a complete blur to me. Thanks to Mr. Jackson, music had a sound and a meaning. The music of Michael Jackson is just as important to the development of a child as Seasame Street is.  MJ provided the soundtracks to the lives of millions thus inspiring us for a lifetime.

As I grew older I felt like Michael and his music grew with me. There are very few artists that have the ability to touch you and Michael Jackson is in that elite class.  Albums like Off The Wall and Thriller connected with fans worldwide.

For the last couple of days I’ve read countless blogs and articles dedicated to the life of Michael Jackson, a man that many consider the greatest entertainer of all time. I’ve watched as CNN continues to report reckless news regarding a man that has left us far too soon. I’ve read message boards of people wondering what all the hype is considering all of the allegations that he was faced with over the years. As far as I am concerned the only thing that this negative press has done is make me love him even more. Although MJ was and will always be a superstar, he was a human being…..one with a great amount talent that had a way of uniting nations and filling people with hope through song and his own unselfish behavior. I pray that people use his life as an example and stop judging him and give him the same chances that I know he would’ve given so many.

About Editor-In-Chief, Stephanie Penn

Stephanie Penn is the Editor-In-Chief of DailyVenusDiva.com. She spends her days and night finding plus size news to share with you and interacting with the DailyVenusDiva.com readers. She loves music, writing and anything with a positive vibe to it.

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    It’s unfortunate that we live in a society which tears apart an artist’s life while they’re alive and makes a martyr of them after their death. Hopefully Michael is resting more peacefully than he lived, under the intense heat of the media. Who was the man in the mirror and behind the television screens? I addressed MJ’s legacy with a portrait on my artist’s blog at http://dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2011/06/in-memoriam-king-of-pop.html Drop by and let me know how his music affected you. While you’re there, we’ve posted the Top 10 music videos of All Time from the King of Pop!

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