Lyric Battle: Amy Winehouse vs. Michael Jackson
With the recent release of Amy Winehouse's Lioness: Hidden Treasures, we got to thinking about the many post-humous albums out there. Elvis, Nirvana, and Tupac come to mind, but the brand that doesn't seem to slow down is Michael Jackson. His post-humous release, simply titled Michael, came out in 2010 around a year after his tragic passing. We're putting Amy's track with rapper/ex-lover Nas "Like Smoke" up against Michael's "Hollywood Tonight" on this edition of Lyric Battle:
Cast your vote here:
Previously on Lyric Battle, we wanted to know if you preferred Beyonce's old lyrics vs. new! You voted, and the results are in...
The winner is "Run The World (Girls)"! Here are the winning lyrics:
"Strong enough to bear the children / Then get back to business"
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