Jackson Leaves Record Label; Forms Own Company

R&B/Pop star Michael Jackson has reportedly left his Bahrain-based record company Two Seas, cancelling the album he was set to release under the label. Jackson, who has lived in Bahrain since being acquitted of child molestation charges in 2005, was set to release his first new album since 2001 with the label – a joint venture between Jackson and a member of the Bahraini royal family, Abdulla Hamad Al-Khalifa. But Jackson’s spokesperson Raymone Bain announced that the singer is no longer affiliated with Two Seas. The pop star has now formed a new firm called the Michael Jackson Company, which will take care of Jackson’s business affairs as well as a new album planned for release in 2007. Jackson spokesperson refuses to confirm producers for the album. Jackson’s most recent recording project, a song in aid of Hurricane Katrina survivors, has yet to be released.

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