In this May 31, 1997 file photo, U.S. Popstar Michael Jackson performs during the opening concert of his "HIStory Tour Part II" across Germany and Europe at the Weserstadion in Bremen, North Germany. (AP Photo/Joerg Sarbach, file)
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When Michael Jackson's record label released his first posthumous album in 2010, a year after the King of Pop's sudden death, producer Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins was asked to work on the project.Years later, the hitmaker for Destiny's Child and Whitney Houston -- who worked heavily on Jackson's 2001 comeback album "Invincible" -- says he now feels comfortable producing Jackson's music again."Xscape" was executive produced by Timbaland and includes songs Jackson recorded in the 1980s and 1990s.Jerkins, who has produced hits for Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce and Brandy, is currently working on new music with Rihanna and Ariana Grande. He said he was initially nervous about including "Xscape" on the Jackson album, which also includes a song produced by StarGate, who Jackson initially wanted to collaborate with in 2007 because of the Swedish team's work with Ne-Yo.
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