Michael Jackson passed away 11th years ago, but he is still in millions of hearts, and his music still lives on. As the entire world is paying tribute on his Michael Jackson’s 11th Death Anniversary, his daughter Paris Jackson has also honoured her fathers’ legacy, and she has also debuted her own music for the first time.
On this memorial day, Paris Jackson has shared unseen footage of her most loved father Michael and has debuted new music as part of The Soundflowers, with her boyfriend, Gabriel Glenn.
The duo would be starring in a new reality series which is titled as ‘Unfiltered: Paris Jackson And Gabriel Glenn’ which will make its debut through Facebook Watch at the end of the June. And the singer has also released the trailer of their new music.
The fan can see some unseen footage of the most significant cultural figures of the 20th century Michael Jackson and his daughter Paris Jackson from her every growing up years in the trailer. This unseen footage shows the strongest bonding between father and daughter.
On the day of her father’s death commemoration, musician Paris Jackson also disclosed in a trailer why she was hidden from the paparazzi as a teen. And said, “You see a kid grow up in the public eye, you forget that I am a human”. And then she continued that she was totally against letting the world in because it wasn’t a choice. She wasn’t ready then. She feels like she is ready now.
Apart from that, Paris Jackson also opened up about how she started making music with her boyfriend, Gabriel Glenn. She added that when she first met Gabriel Glenn, she just gelled up and started making music immediately. She felt that they were at the same level of damaged. And Gabe understood her pain from which she had gone through in her life, and he helped her to realize what she has been born to do.
The duo of Paris and Gabriel includes five songs under the album The Sunflower. Paris started to write songs since she was a 15-year-old kid. She mostly wrote on the loss she suffered, letting go and heartbreaks.
We also came to know that Jackson was supposed to play Jesus in an upcoming independent drama Habit.