Michael Joseph Jackson was an American singer, composer, dancer, and philanthropist who lived from August 29, 1958, through June 25, 2009. He is acknowledged as one of the most influential cultural leaders of the 20th century and is known as the “King of Pop.”

His contributions to dance, fashion, music, and his publicized personal life over the course of a four-decade career elevated him to a universally recognized figure in popular culture. Jackson had an impact on musicians in a variety of musical genres.

Through his stage and video performances, he popularized difficult dance moves like the robot and the moonwalk, which he also gave their names to. He holds the record for the most awards ever given to a single musician.

“I can’t function if I don’t sleep. They’ll have to cancel it. “And I don’t want them to cancel it, but they will have to cancel it.” According to the doctor who was the last person to see the singer before he was rushed to hospital, these were his final words.

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