Sony Music has released the cover of Michael Jackson's posthumous album, called 'Michael.'
The album will be released on Dec. 14 and has at least four or five of the "Cascio" tracks, which were produced mostly by Teddy Riley, reports Showbiz411.com.
The Website states that Jackson had sessions with Eddie Cascio in New Jersey in the summer of 2007. Some of the songs were already written by Cascio's brother, Frank, and recorded as demos with a local singer named Bobby Ewing. Michael put his vocals on them during that time he stayed with the Cascios in New Jersey.
EW.com is reporting that 'Michael' will contain previously unreleased songs recorded during the final years of Jackson's life, some of which were completed by others after his 2009 death.
The first single, 'Breaking News,' was recorded in New Jersey three years ago and finished this year. It will be streaming on Jackson's official site for one week beginning next Monday, Nov. 8.
'Michael' is part of the 10-album deal with Sony that was announced in March.