Top 7 most talented and famous male European-American pop singers in the world (Part 1)

Top 7 most talented and famous male European-American pop singers in the world (Part 1)

From legend to teenage boys, they have been affirming their musical talent for the world music industry.

1. Michael Jackson

Pop singer Michael Jackson was born on August 29, 1958 in Gary City, Indiana, United States.

Michael Jackson’s full name is Michael Joseph Jackson, is an American singer dancer and music producer. He is one of the few artists to have twice been honored at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Michael Jackson started his music career when he was 11 years old. He joined the group The Jackson 5. In the early 80’s, Michael Jackson is a name too popular in the music market. His songs “Beat It”, “Billie Jean” and “Thriller” seem to break all social stereotypes and take music to new heights. In the music videos, Jackson also regularly performs complex but extremely skillful choreography like robot or moonwalk. In 1982, he released the album “Thriller”. This is the best selling album in music history. Besides “Thriller”, Jackson also has many other best-selling albums with many successes such as “Off the Wall”, “Bad”, “Dangerous” and “HIStory”. During his singing career, Jackson has won many achievements such as: 13 Grammy Awards (including the Legendary Grammy Awards [408] and the Lifetime Achievement Grammy Awards), 26 American Music Awards, 13 top singles. US Billboard Hot 100 chart, many Guinness records and hundreds of other awards. He is considered the most awarded person in the history of music. He is also the first artist to own a series of songs on the Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 for 5 different decades. He also received the Doctor of Humane Letters Degree from the United Negro College Fund and the Medal of Doctorate of Humane Letters from Fisk University.

Jackson is also a philanthropist. He regularly attended events honoring his humanism. He is registered in the Guinness Book of Records supporting more than 39 charities. However, Jackson was also involved in behavioral scandals or accused of child molestation. He was twice accused of child molestation but because he did not have enough evidence, both times he was acquitted. On May 25, 2009, Jackson died from acute propofol and benzodiazepine poisoning while he was preparing for the This Is It concert. After Jackson’s death, his private doctor was found guilty of manslaughter by the court. The departure of Jackson is the mercy and regret of the fans around the world. According to Forbes magazine, Jackson is a character too famous, too rich and he is the one who defended the title “King of Pop” for 6 consecutive years.