added: 26 Jan 2011 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
The second official single from Michael Jackson's album MICHAEL has been confirmed as 'Hollywood Tonight'.
Written by Michael during the time of the INVINCIBLE album, Michael pulled the track out of the archives in 2007 to work on the song with producer Ron 'Neff-U' Feemster. The track was written by Michael Jackson (spoken bridge by Teddy Riley) and produced by Michael with Teddy Riley and co-production from Neff-U.
It follows lead single 'Hold My Hand', a duet with Akon, which gave Michael his 55th UK top 10 smash hit single extending his run of UK top 10 hits to 40 years. It is the second single to be lifted from the album MICHAEL which is the fastest selling new Michael Jackson studio album in the UK since 1991's DANGEROUS and was certified platinum within one week of release.
'It has the extraordinary confidence of a pop classic and presages an album that may well be Jackson's best work since his Eighties glory days.' Neil McCormick, Daily Telegraph
MICHAEL is the first release in nine years of new material by one of music's most beloved icons whose artistry continues to touch new generations of fans. The album marks another release under the new agreement between the Estate of Michael Jackson and Sony Music announced in March that continues the label's 35-year relationship with Michael and his music. During that time, Michael sold hundreds of millions of records, had 13 US #1 singles and released the pop culture phenomenon 'Thriller,' which remains music's all-time bestselling album with more than 100 million copies sold worldwide.