According to Rolling Stone, his estate says the late King of Pop has enough material to put out as many as eight posthumous albums, molded from outtakes and repackaged material. Veteran producer, Rodney Jerkins, who worked on Jackson’s second album post-death, Xscape, said, “We got more surprises coming.”
Still, there’s no telling what may come out of MJ’s vaults given the demand for his music. “After a while, a certain part of the audience stops listening,” Dan Beck, a former Epic Records exec who worked closely with Jackson, said.
Since his death in 2009, MJ has grossed $600 million, making him the highest-earning dead celeb as of last year.