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Michael Jackson was and still is the most popular person in the Jackson 5 The fans loved him and his brothers loved him Michael was definitely the best dancer in the group which was amazing because he was the youngest in the family Michael could never sit still he would always have to get up and dance or do something athletic Whenever he danced he would always imitate James Brown Michael did this because James Brown was his idol and he thought that he was the greatest dancer and singer ever Behind Michael the next best dancer in the group was Marlon so Michael and Marlon were put in charge of choreography Michael was also the best singer in the group When his brothers heard him sing they knew that he was going to be the lead singer in the group They said Hey Michael you be the lead guy and Michael loved it Michael had a great voice when he was young and he still does He also had the highest voice in the group but this made him stand out Michael was the lead singer for all of the Jackson 5s albums He was also the lead singer for all of the Jacksons records While Michael was with the Jackson 5 he was also singing his own solo records He produced his first solo record in 1972 which was entitled Got To Be There His second album Ben which was produced in that same year reached the one million copies sold mark very quickly and sold many more It quickly rose to 1 on the hit list The good thing about Michael is that he always went from his gut feeling Whenever he wasnt sure about anything he did whatever came into his mind first This worked very well because he was a great dancer When he was with the Jackson 5 he never rehearsed what dance steps he was going to
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