Sunday, July 17, 2011

Michael Jackson makes it into Guiness book of records again!!!

Longest span of US top 40 singles

Michael Jackson holds the Guinness World Record for the longest span of US Top 40 singles = 39 years and 2 months!

He first charted on the Billboard Hot 100 on November 6, 1971 with "Got To Be There" and last with "Hold My Hand" on January 1, 2011.

Got To Be ThereHold My Hand (Duet With Akon)
       Got To Be There                             Hold My Hand (Duet With Akon              

Michael Jackson holds numerous Guinness World Records including the most Grammy Awards won in a year, most hit singles in the UK charts in a year, best selling album of all time, longest span of No.1 hits by an R&B artist, best selling music video, highest annual earnings ever for a pop star, and most successful pop music family.

Guinness World Records Editor-in-Chief, Craig Glenday commented "I will always be immensely proud to know that Michael considered me a friend, and I know that everyone at Guinness World Records will be numb from hearing the news that this gentle, kind, shy man is no longer with us. On his last visit to the Guinness World Records office, he devoted a few valuable hours of his time being photographed with everyone, and we were all touched by his humility and willingness to please everyone present with autographs and photos. I'm honoured to have had the chance to spend some time with such a wonderfully talented artist - the man we called the Most Famous Living Man on Earth - and to present him with his favourite world record of all, the biggest selling album of all time, for Thriller, of course. He leaves behind an incredible musical legacy and a body of work unrivalled by any other performer."


rmrb123 said...

Michael is so incredible! That's hard act to follow. I don't know if God will created another Michael Jackson.

keita said...

Wow i love your blog Mickie. You were there with and for me from the beginning thank you for your dedication and this labor of love. i love you more.

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