Today (June 25th) marks the 11th year since we lost the King of Pop, Michael Jackson.

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While we remember the fallen icon, I was going through my Michael Jackson playlist and outside of all my favorite songs from his classic albums "Off The Wall" and "Thriller", just to name a few, there are some records that never made it to the radio that I absolutely love more than some of the classics you know and love today.

So I wanted to share my five favorite "B Side" Michael  Jackson records and you can see if we share similar interests.

WHATEVER HAPPENS - INVINCIBLE (2001)

This gem is one of my favorite songs by Michael Jackson and the help of legendary guitarist Carlos Santana makes the song even more special.

GET ON THE FLOOR - OFF THE WALL (1979)

I CAN'T HELP IT - OFF THE WALL (1979)

This sleeper cut was written by none other than Stevie Wonder and one of my favorite songs off the album.  Michael and Stevie worked together on other another song Just Good Friends from Michael's Bad Album released in 1987.

FOREVER CAME TODAY - THE JACKSON 5

Right in the height of disco in 1975, the Jackson 5 remade this classic from the Supremes and landed sixth on the soul charts.

BREAK OF DAWN - INVINCIBLE (2001)

This smooth ballad shows off Michael's background vocals and makes you want to get your two step on on the dance floor.

Regardless if it's a classic or unknown if Michael Jackson's name is attached to it most likely it's going to be a favorite.

Long live the King of Pop!