Black Or White by Michael Jackson piano sheets for free
One of the most famous Michael Jackson, is "Black Or White".
It has been a scandalous moment in history, when, in that times, some black guy that became white, came with such a video and such a melody.
Among the lyrics, the video, the images, the melody itself, "Black Or White" is one of the songs that best describes Michael Jackson's style, theme and intentions.
He was a very nice and understanding guy with friendship intentions and always putting love on the first place.
"Black or White" was released on November 11, 1991 as the first single from Jackson's eighth studio album, "Dangerous" and had an enormous success all over the world.
The song has elements of dance, rap and hard rock music combined with Michael's very appropriate voice.
Being about racial harmony and about people of all kinds, the song was received very well in all parts of the world and everybody started to make the "special move" with the head, that we all know from the music video.
It premiered simultaneously in 27 countries, with an audience of 500 million viewers, the most to ever watch a music video. So, in my opinion, this is by far the best MJ's music video.
Apart from "Thriller", which has its way, "Black or White" is full of many kinds of dance, people, message and music.
Controversy was generated concerning the last four minutes of the music video, when Michael walks out of the studio as a black panther and then morphs into himself.
Many people criticized this video as being a statement from Michael for his color, that changed from black to white, something that had never been done before, and many other bad suspicions were risen.
So, if you say "Black or White" and there is someone in the room who doesn't know about it, you will not know where to start and what to say first. Then please, just let the video do his work, or just...try to sing it at your piano, and let them speechless.
Black or White's free piano sheet is available for you just below.
|Writers:||Michael Jackson and the rap lyrics by Bill Bottrell|
|Producers:||Michael Jackson, Bill Bottrell|
|Released:||November 11, 1991|
|Genres:||Pop rock, funk rock, dance-pop, new jack swing|