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2011-03-25 12:24:51

Hollywood tonight is the best video and also the best song on Michael Jackson's new album.

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I'm guessing it was Thriller, since that's like the best album ever.


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No, the name of this song is Smooth Crimimal:)*



Its a song about a woman who was cheating on him. Its not based on a true story, its just a song.


it was the title track to the biggest selling album of all time. its music video is considered the best ever made. it also one of Michael Jacksons signature songs and has been performed on every one of his world tours.


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You may be talking about Scream, a 1995 duet between the two.


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