Six years ago, the world lost a music legend Michael Jackson. Called the King of Pop, Jackson charted with Billboard #1 singles such as "Ben," "Can't Stop Till You Get Enough," "Rock with You," "Beat It," "Black or White," "Bad," "Billie Jean" and so many others. His videos have also broken racial barriers when his earlier videos started playing on MTV,a medium (at that time) not known to play many black artists. Jackson's dance steps, such as the robot or the moonwalk, redefined dancing and made Jackson a star without peer.
In tribute to Jackson, vocal group Pentatonix has released a super catchy medley of Michael Jackson's hits to remind fans that they haven't forgotten about them.
The awesome video titled "Evolution of Michael Jackson" follows the group's normal formula, highlighting some of Jackson's best known hits, including "ABC" "Thriller" and "Billie Jean," in an intriguing five-part a cappella performance that seamlessly weaves much of his music into one cohesive piece.
Pentatonix recently released a documentary, On My Way Home, and have been in the studio working on their next album, which -- in a change -- will be all original music.