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Oct 2 2012

Michael Jackson’s Children To Appear at the Launch Event for Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink

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LOS ANGELES, Oct. 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink, the hottest new wellness beverage, is set to launch October 11, 2012 at the prestigious Beverly Wilshire Hotel inside of The Blvd restaurant in Beverly Hills, Calif. The star-studded event will include Michael Jackson’s children, Prince, Paris and Blanket accompanied by LaToya Jackson, appearing for the first time together as a family and speaking to the media at a public event to support their new favorite beverage. Also present will be Hollywood’s A-list celebrities; pro-athletes from the Lakers, Dodgers, and L.A. Kings; members of U.S. Congress, and other federal, state and local government officials; as well as Fortune 500 CEOs to celebrate the launch of Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink. Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink is the official ginseng drink of the Los Angeles Dodgers. The deliciously refreshing and lightly sparkling taste of Mr. Pink has everyone raving about the beverage, from entertainers and athletes, to politicians and health-conscious consumers. Mr. Pink directly fulfills a growing desire for healthy, caffeine-free power drinks that are gluten-free, vegan, convenient and scientifically-formulated. Made up of quality ingredients, Mr. Pink caffeine-free Ginseng Drinks are the go-to drink for everybody. From the person playing sports, to the entertainer shooting movies, Mr. Pink is the ultra premium lifestyle beverage for the active yet selective Hollywood sophisticate who sees health as an integral value for a happy, healthy life. Event DetailsWhen: Thursday, October 11, 2012 Where: The Blvd at Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel Pink carpet arrivals: 7:30pm-9pm Reception: 8:30pm-12am About Mr. Pink Ginseng DrinkEstablished with the intention of energizing the consumer’s body and mind, Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink is a special formula fortified with a potent 1,000 mg of ginseng and four powerful B vitamins. For thousands of years, Asian cultures have utilized ginseng to boost immunity, increase longevity, and restore the body’s youthfulness. Categorized as an adaptogen, an herb that restores and rejuvenates the body, ginseng helps increase physical endurance, reduce fatigue, mitigate the harmful effects of stress, and aid in lowering cholesterol. With only 75 calories per 12-ounce can, Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink is a refreshing energy beverage that combines the power of natural herbs and vitamins with the taste and health benefits consumers desire. Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink is available in hundreds of stores in Southern California and in mini bars at high-end hotel suites in Las Vegas, NV. For more information about Mr. Pink Beverages, a division of Mr. Pink Collections, LLC, visit

As previously reported, Adele's "Hello" spends a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Nov. 21) and Ariana Grande flies in at No. 7 with "Focus," the lead track from her forthcoming album, Moonlight. Notably, Grande becomes the first artist to debut in the top 10 with the lead singles from each of her first three albums.

Adele's 'Hello' Tops Hot 100 for Second Week; Ariana Grande, Meghan Trainor Hit Top 10

Who else says hello to noteworthy moves on the Hot 100?

Alessia Cara, "Here" Cara's antisocial anthem continues to place her...

32 16 days ago


It’s never too early in the day, or too late at night, for deep and luscious bass, particularly when they come with classic Michael Jackson. And by classic, I’m referring to MJ’s timeless, everlasting imprint in music history. Thriller is one of the most recognizable, widely loved hits in the world. It’s practically universally revered holy pop scripture. TropiKult collective producer N2N braves a sizable risk in taking on such an anthem when he decided to remix the track as an extension of his string of MJ remixes from a set...

90 About 1 month ago

27 October 2012


The mansion where Michael Jackson died is close to a final sale. The King of Pop died in the Los Angeles home, which is located in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighbourhood, of acute Propofol intoxication in June 2009. TMZ reports that extremely rich investment banker Steven Mayer purchased the 17,000 sq ft, seven-bedroom abode at a price ranging between $17 and $20 million. The estate was originally listed at $24 million. Steven reportedly had no qualms about the fact that Michael met his demise there. The house has been on and off the market...

64 About 1 month ago

George Duke è morto: aveva collaborato con Michael Jackson e Frank Zappa

Di Alberto Graziola @AlbertoGraziola

E' morto il cantante funk e jazz George Duke: aveva 67 anni

George Duke è morto. Noto come cantante jazz e funk, aveva 67 anni, e aveva lavorato in campo soul e r&b. Non sono ancora note le cause della sua scomparsa.

A partire dagli anni '60, Duke ha pubblicato oltre 30 album in studio e ha lavorato con Michael Jackson (per l'album "Off the Wall" del 1979), Frank Zappa e Miles Davis.

Conosciuto soprattutto come cantante dagli amanti della musica, nel corso della sua vita è stato...

48 About 1 month ago

You've never heard "Smooth Criminal" quite like this before. 

Yoshimi Tsujimoto performs Michael Jackson's 1988 hit on the shakuhachi, aka the traditional Japanese bamboo flute, while accompanied by two people playing the koto, a traditional stringed instrument.

Check it out in the clip above... and here's the original for comparison: 

42 About 1 month ago

With his new album Stoicville: The Phoenix arriving on December 11, T-Pain is spreading the word with various promo appearances. The Grammy Award-winning singer appeared on ESPN’s Highly Questionable on Wednesday to chat with Bomani Jones and Dan LeBatard. In between discussing the backlash he faced using Auto-Tune and embarrassing moments on stage, T-Pain recounted the time he met Michael Jackson.

Personally invited by the music icon to his house, T-Pain remembers the King of Pop praising his 2007 single “Bartender,” wanting to know more about him, MJ’s choice of food, and more. Watch the interview below...

38 About 1 month ago