Michael Jackson’s “Baby Be Mine” Covered By Quadron

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KCRW presents Quadron at Apogee Studios - May 17, 2013
Coco O of Quadron by Jeremiah Garcia (The original image is no longer available, please contact KCRW if you need access to the original image.)

Oh, Michael Jackson…I think I speak for everyone here when I say that we love you and miss you.

For those of you only in-like and not fully on the Thriller bandwagon (I’m talking to you, babies of 2013) I submit this YouTube action for your day. Just wait for the vocals to hit and then set aside the next 4:21 because you won’t do anything else but smile.

But hey! All is not lost thanks in large part to artists like Quadron.

Seriously, these guys love Michael so much that not only did they record their latest album at the famous Westlake Studio in Hollywood where “Thriller” was cut, they even included a song called “Neverland” which yes, is about MJ.

The Danish duo of producer Robin Hannibal and soul-singer Coco O make it very apparent where they get most of their inspiration. Gleefully offering up their deepest hopes and dreams about their music and thinking that somewhere the King of Pop is hip-thrusting in approval.

It was incredibly sweet to see an already accomplished and extremely talented bunch of musicians light up like teenagers when talking about their idol. But that’s Michael for you..

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