"Why did it take so long to make Bad? The answer is that Quincy and I decided that this album should be as close to perfect as humanly possible. A perfectionist has to take his time; he shapes and he molds and he sculpts that thing until it's perfect. He can't let it go before he's satisfied; he can't.
If it's not right, you throw it away and do it over. You work that thing till it's just right. When it's as perfect as you can make it, you put it out there. Really, you've got to get it to where it's just right; that's the secret. That's the difference between a number thirty record and a number one record that stays number one for weeks. It's got to be good. If it is, it stays up there and the whole world wonders when it's going to come down." -Michael Jackson
"I have had so much fun working with my sister and working on the set everyday. I haven’t seen her in quite some time and she is busy and I am as well and it’s like a reunion. I’m closet with Janet of all the family members. We were very emotional on the set. We laughed, we cried, we had a lot of fun." Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson || Tabloid Junkie - Beatboxing 1995
I’ll take that and use that as the main foundation for the track and build all the sounds around that. You know what I’m sayin?
"In their innocence, very young children know themselves to be light and love. If we will allow them, they can teach us to see ourselves the same way."