To celebrate today’s release of his 25th anniversary edition of “Thriller,” pop star Michael Jackson has released a video through his record label, thanking his fans for there relentless support. The new version of the blockbuster album features new collaborations with Kanye West, Akon, Fergie and will.i.am. “It’s hard to believe that 25 years ago Quincy Jones and I embarked on an album named `Thriller,'” Jackson said in the video message. “There is still much for to come for Michael Jackson. My passion for music has never stopped. … It’s my hope that `Thriller’ continues to live on for each new generation to discover.” “To be able to say that `Thriller’ still holds the record as the biggest selling album of all time is just mind-blowing. I have you, my fans, throughout the world to thank for this achievement.” Jackson, 49, who have sold more than 750 million albums, soared to superstardom after releasing “Thriller” in November 1982. The instant classic spawned the hits “Billie Jean,” “Beat It” and — of course — “Thriller,” and introduced the moonwalk to legions of fans all around the world.

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