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Michael Jackson Scores Top 10 Single For Fifth Decade in A Row

Michael Jackson performing in Kansas City, Mo. on Feb. 24, 1988.
Michael Jackson performing in Kansas City, Mo. on Feb. 24, 1988. Cliff Schiappa/Associated Press

They don’t call him the King of Pop for nothing.

Michael Jackson has made Billboard’s Hot 100’s top 10 list once again with his hit single, “Love Never Felt So Good,” featuring Justin Timberlake, off his recently released posthumous album, “Xscape.”

The latest top-10 track is a significant one for Jackson, as it has made him the first artist in history to score top-10 tunes in five different decades.

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Jackson first made Billboard’s list in 1971, when his song “Got to Be There” reached No. 4 on the charts.

Prior to his recent hit single, the legendary singer last made the top-10 list with “You Rock My World,” off his 2001 album “Invincible.”

(h/t 103.3 AMP Radio)

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