As the new Michael Jackson album hits shelves today more than a year after his death, drama continues to erupt as Teddy Riley is the latest to speak on the controversy.
While Will.I.Am, Katherine Jackson and Quincy Jones have all said that the album should of never been released, Teddy Riley said he fought hard to release it.
In an interview with the UK Guardian, Riley said,
"I'm confident Michael would have wanted his message out there, and that's what counts. I fought against his family big time. The only reason I fought against them all and fought against the fans was to make them believe that this is Michael Jackson's vocals.”
Riley also made sure to speak on the comments of Quincy Jones' comments about the questionable voice that may or may not be Michael on the album.
"Look at his age. He can barely hear you talk. How the hell could he hear Michael? Anybody who says [it is not Jackson on the album], I do have a comeback, because you're not right. That's just the bottom line."
You can join the debate and see for yourself whether or not it is Michael on the album by picking it up in stores today.