Though they didn’t end on the best of terms, Tommy Mottola still writes fondly of Michael Jackson in his new memoir. Even so, the former Sony Music CEO doesn’t shy away from the reality that the late King of Pop was not into reality checks, specifically when it came to his declining music sales. In the excerpt below, Mottola reflects on the time he had to pull the budget from “Invincible” due to the album’s poor performance.
If only had Mike accepted those Neptunes tracks that went on to Usher and Justin Timberlake.
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