Album Reviews In Dope Places: Michael Jackson's "Xscape"

Nathan Slavik sneaks past security to review "Xscape" at MJ's last known address.
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Hopefully the name says it all. Why do album review in your room when there are some many dope places in the world to talk about music? For the inaugural edition of

Album Reviews in Dope Places

, Nathan Slavik travels to the last known address of

Michael Jackson

, the home he passed away in, to review MJ's posthumous new album,

Xscape

.

Or, at least that was the plan. Unfortunately, security wasn't too pleased about us setting up a camera at the front door, so instead we had to sneak around to a back entrance off a side street. So it's short, but it was plenty of time to let the world know that

Xscape

is the album we hoped to get. Now let's just hope it's the last album we ever hear from MJ.

RIP to the King of Pop.

[Nathan S. is the managing editor of The DJBooth and writer. He also occasionally talks in podcast form and appears on RevoltTV. His beard is awesome.

This is his Twitter

.]

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