The Jacksons are planning to record a new song featuring their late brother Michael, Tito says.
The King of Pop died in 2009 at the age of 50, but his brother, 67, revealed that Michael “left a few things behind” that he and the band could add vocals to and create a new one on. piece.
He said: “It would be so nice to be on a record with Michael again. Whatever would work, we would be willing to try it out and see what happens.
“It’s definitely a great idea. There is more music to be released. They [Jacko’s label] have music. They always try to get our participation and we are always happy to offer.
Tito, who performs with the Jacksons at tonight’s Happy Days Festival in Esher, Surrey, says plans are in place for a new album.
Asked about the possibility of a first studio release by the brothers since 1989, he replied, “Yeah, I think so. We’re thinking about doing something, so hopefully that will come to fruition.
Michael’s last recording with the Jacksons was on Victory in 1984, two years after his solo smash, Thriller.
Meanwhile, Tito – who has just released a new album, Under Your Spell – has also revealed that there may be a third generation of Jacksons entering the music business.
He said: “I wouldn’t mind having a few grandchildren who were superstars, that would be nice.”
In June, Michael’s daughter Paris took to social media to reflect on the loss of her father who died in 2009.
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The model – who was only eleven when her pop singer father died aged 50 – marked the sad birthday with two snaps of her and the Thriller hitmaker as well as a video from her childhood.
Paris can be seen smiling as she hugs her father in the first photo – which has been edited with photoshop magic to merge a recent photo of Paris with a return image of Michael.
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She then uploaded footage of herself dancing with her father as a child alongside her brother Prince online and wrote above the clip: “12 years old… RIP… I love you and I miss you , dad.”
The final photo was another edited image that pasted a recent offering from Paris and her mother Debbie Rowe alongside a returning image of the King of Pop.
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