What songs did Michael Jackson make in the 70s?

The Top 10 Michael Jackson Songs of the ’70s

  • of 10. “Who’s Loving You” (1969)
  • of 10. “The Love You Save” (1970)
  • of 10. “Never Can Say Goodbye” (1971)
  • of 10. “Ben” (1972)
  • of 10. “Get It Together” (1973)
  • of 10. “Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)” (1978)
  • of 10. “That’s What You Get (For Being Polite)” (1978)
  • of 10.

What was Michael Jackson’s biggest hit in the 80s?

Top 10 Michael Jackson Songs of the ’80s, Part 1

  • of 10. “Beat It”
  • of 10. “Billie Jean”
  • of 10. “Human Nature”
  • of 10. “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'” Epic Records.
  • of 10. “Thriller” WireImage / Getty Images.
  • of 10. “Say Say Say” Epic Records.
  • of 10. “Man in the Mirror” Epic Records.
  • of 10. “Smooth Criminal” WireImage / Getty Images.

What was MJ last song?

“I am forever / We are forever.” L-i-t-e even by late Jackson standards. This may be the last song he recorded before his death.

What songs were Michael Jackson number one hits?

Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough Lyrics

  • Rock with You Lyrics
  • Billie Jean Lyrics
  • Beat It Lyrics
  • Thriller Lyrics
  • Human Nature Lyrics
  • I Just Can’t Stop Loving You (Ft. Siedah Garrett) Lyrics
  • Bad Lyrics
  • The Way You Make Me Feel Lyrics
  • Dirty Diana Lyrics
  • What are Michael Jackson’s most famous songs?

    First famous Michael Jackson songs were “Got to Be There”, “Ben”, “Music and Me” and many others. In 1972 he released his second solo album, called “Ben”.

    What is the best song by Michael Jackson?

    Top 10 Michael Jackson Songs Billie Jean (1982) Beat It (1982) BAD (1987) Thriller (1982) Smooth Criminal (1987) Man in the Mirror (1987) They Don’t Care About Us (1995) Earth song (1995) Black or White (1991) Don’t Stop till You Get Enough (1979)

    What song made Michael Jackson popular?

    Michael Jackson, American singer, songwriter, and dancer who was the most popular entertainer in the world for much of the 1980s. His hit songs, including ‘Don’t Stop ’til You Get Enough,’ ‘Billie Jean,’ ‘Beat It,’ and ‘Thriller,’ as well as his music videos, earned him the sobriquet the ‘King of Pop.’