Michael Jackson’s Alleged Son B. Howard Releases New Song And A Statement Thanking Fans For Their Support

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B. Howard, you may look like Michael, but DNA doesn’t lie. Let it go.

B. Howard Releases Statement On Facebook And Has New Song

Michael’s bogus seed took to Facebook to thank fans for their encouragement and support.


Besides the talk that he’s MJ’s son, B. Howard also has a new song with rapper Patrick Toussaint “In Love” now available on iTunes.

Up and coming rapper, Patrick Toussaint, supports his friend B.Howard as he promotes their single they have together letting everyone know that B.Howard may have the feel of the late great Michael Jackson, but he is truly in a lane of his own which can be heard in their new single, “In Love.”

The music industry knows of B.Howard as a very talented individual who has indeed reminded them of the legend, Michael Jackson, but they have respected his work and production style on many artists’ albums. Up-and-coming rapper and protégé of producer/artist Pharrell Williams, Patrick Toussaint collaborated with B.Howard on his first single entitled, In Love.”I have gotten to know B. Howard for over 7 years and we have several amazing records together, his work ethic is like no other and he always provides breath-taking, magical creations while working in the studio. I plan to continue working on other records with him” says Patrick Toussaint.

“In Love” is available now for download on iTunes, and is also available for free streaming on Toussaint’s Soundcloud

You got to give it to the guy, he knows how to capitalize off of publicity.

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