Confirmed; Michael Jackson composed the music for Sonic 3

The issue of Jackson's involvement in Sonic has been widely debated in cyberspace for three years, as some of the game's songs are believed to have been composed by the late Michael Jackson but were not named in the game. Is. Sega has never officially confirmed Jackson's involvement in the game. This is despite the fact that different people have talked about it contradictory over the years. However, Naka's tweet pointing to recent music changes in Sonic Origins seems to have answered this question once and for all. The producer worked on the game, so he knows for sure if Jackson was involved in making the music for the game. His tweet refers to changes made to Sonic Origins. The game, which includes a remake of the first four versions of the Sonic series, has recently been made available on eighth and ninth generation Xbox consoles, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC. However, the third version does not appear to use the original version music.

Former head of Sonic Team Yuji Naka recently confirmed that Michael Jackson composed some of the music for Sonic the Hedgehog 3.

The issue of Jackson's involvement in Sonic has been widely debated in cyberspace for three years, as some of the game's songs are believed to have been composed by the late Michael Jackson but were not named in the game. Is. Sega has never officially confirmed Jackson's involvement in the game. This is despite the fact that different people have talked about it contradictory over the years. However, Naka's tweet pointing to recent music changes in Sonic Origins seems to have answered this question once and for all. The producer worked on the game, so he knows for sure if Jackson was involved in making the music for the game. His tweet refers to changes made to Sonic Origins. The game, which includes a remake of the first four versions of the Sonic series, has recently been made available on eighth and ninth generation Xbox consoles, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC. However, the third version does not appear to use the original version music.

BingMag.com Confirmed; Michael Jackson composed the music for Sonic 3

Naka tweeted that although Sega used Michael Jackson's music in the third version, it did change it to the remastered version. In fact, Jackson's music has been replaced by remastered versions of songs that were supposed to be used before he appeared on the project.

It was formed that showed similarities between the game's various songs and Jackson's music. The video was released following a 2005 interview with Roger Hector. The former Sega technical director claimed that Michael Jackson had been hired by Sega to compose Sonic 3, but his music was removed from the game after the first allegations of sexual abuse. However, the mentioned YouTuber claimed that his music has not been deleted. In fact, it was said that the music for the final credits was based on the song Stranger in Moscow.

BingMag.com Confirmed; Michael Jackson composed the music for Sonic 3 In 2009, Brad Boxer, who had worked with Jackson for many years, claimed that he had worked on the soundtrack for four weeks in 1993, but Sega never officially confirmed it, and the company's top executives Tom Kalinsk, for example, has stated that he was unaware of this.

It should be noted that the PC version of the game in 1997 used alternative music. It is not clear whether Jackson songs were deleted due to legal issues or simply because the PC port uses the MIDI standard and does not support the audio samples used in the original version. However, an early version of Sonic 3 was discovered in 2019 that contained the same original game music as Michael Jackson.

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