[New Video] Is There A War For MJ’s Spotlight?

Looks like MJ has more new influences that we know of…

Here is a new jawn by singer, songwriter and producer Brandon Howard titled “Dancefloor”.

Back on the 19th of May, I posted MJ’s newphew Austin Brown . If you notice the similarities, these two are almost the same exact but with a few minor adjustments and one of them not being MJ’s actual nephew. Brandon has actually been named the Prodigal Son of MJ…which means, The Lost Son. *shrugs*….this is a lot to take in.

Could this be a war for MJ’s spotlight? Or am I just thinking ahead too fast?

Check it out and let me know….



Brandon Howard (affectionately known by his stage name “B. Howard”) is an American recording artist, producer, songwriter, and a rising star in the global music scene.

At the age of 6, after first learning the fundamentals of percussion with a pair of sticks and a shoebox, B. discovered radio and became intrigued with production styles of Frank Sinatra and other pop music greats. By the time he was a teenager, Brandon was a self-taught keyboardist and aspiring producer. Today, B. Howard has honed those earlier talents and grown into an accomplished record producer and made the transition to a successful recording artist.

Born in Los Angeles, and raised in Chicago, B. Howard’s music has traveled the world. His name garnered international recognition after writing and producing on Ginuwine’s first platinum album, The Senior. Since this career defining moment, B. Howard has worked with Ne-Yo, Chris Brown, Missy Elliott, Trey Songz, Dru Hill, Jay Sean, Marques Houston, Lupe Fiasco, and international superstars Kumi Koda, W-Inds, and Double.

B. Howard recently launched an international entertainment company, 6 Point Entertainment, with his manager Jonnie Forster. 6 Point has signed producers and writers to its roster while securing ventures with various international companies including Universal Music.

Production Credits

Kumi Koda – “Passing By” (Avex Japan)
Bow Wow & Omarion– “Can’t Get Tired of Me”
Brooke Valentine – “Cover Girl” & “Taste of Dis”
Cheri Dennis – “Portrait Of Love”
Donnie Klang – “Bedroom” & “Dr. Love”
Double – “Let It Go”
Dru Hill – “Pass Me By”
Emily King – “Never Be Lonely”
Ginuwine – “Love You More”
Howard Hewitt – “Enough”
Kevin Lyttle – “Ya Kiss”
LSG – “Wide Open” & “Lesson Learned”
Lupe Fiasco – “What It Do” & “Kick, Push II”
Marques Houston – “Good Luck”, “Favorite Girl”, “Tonight”, “Cheat” & “Marriage”
Ne-Yo – “I Ain’t Gotta Tell You”
Trey Songz – “Catching Feelings” & “Your Kiss”
Vanessa Hutchens – “Gone With The Wind”
W-Inds – “Truth”
Jordan Corey – “Truth”, “Breaking All the Rules” & “Back to Life”
Wyclef Jean, Jazmine Sullivan, J. Pre – “Ke Nako” (2010 FIFA World Cup Album)

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