Michael Joseph Jackson was born on August 29, 1958, in Gary, Indiana, USA.

He began performing with his siblings in the Jackson 5 at a young age, showcasing his exceptional talent as a singer and dancer.

Michael Jackson embarked on a solo career in the 1970s, releasing albums like "Off the Wall" and "Thriller," which became the best-selling album of all time.

Although eliminated as a solo artist, Malik was brought back by Simon Cowell along with four other contestants to form the boy band One Direction.

Jackson's innovative dance moves, such as the moonwalk, and his distinctive voice earned him the title of the King of Pop.

 His discography includes numerous iconic hits like "Billie Jean," "Beat It," "Smooth Criminal," and "Man in the Mirror," which have left an indelible mark on popular music.

Jackson's influence extends beyond music, with his groundbreaking music videos, including "Thriller" and "Black or White," revolutionizing the medium and setting new standards.

 He was involved in various charitable activities, supporting organizations dedicated to children's welfare, humanitarian causes, and HIV/AIDS research.

 Jackson's personal life, including his changing appearance and legal troubles, often made headlines, but his contributions to music and philanthropy remain his enduring legacy.

Faced media scrutiny and legal challenges, impacting his personal life.

Michael Jackson's musical legacy lives on posthumously, celebrated through tributes, accolades, and enduring appreciation for his timeless contributions to music and popular culture.