Michael Jackson’s Nephew is “Not OK” with Drake Using Unreleased MJ Vocals

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Michael Jackson's Nephew is Not a Fan of Drake Using Unreleased Vocals

I just feel like, if he didn’t finish it, than you shouldn’t use it”

One of the features on Drake’s latest album Scorpion is the King of Pop Michael Jackson, who has been dead for almost ten years.

On the song, called “Don’t Matter to Me,” Drake uses vocals from an unreleased Michael Jackson song. We’re not 100 percent sure when the song was recorded, but, according to SPIN, Paul Anka as a co-writer, and she worked with MJ on the original 1983 version of “Love Never Felt So Good,”

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TMZ recently bumped into Austin Brown, one of MJ’s nephews. When Brown was asked about the song he said “I’m not OK with it.”

Brown, who is the son of Rebbie Jackson, went on to say:

I just feel like, if he didn’t finish it, than you shouldn’t use it…I respect the artist but I just don’t feel like it’s OK to use someone’s vocals… and change them.

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Source: TMZ, SPIN

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