Michael Jackson is trying to revive his career by re-releasing a single every week. The eccentric star is reportedly raiding his back catalogue for past hits in a bid to get his ailing career back on track.
The star will release one song every week for the next five months, starting with 'Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough', which will be available in January.
A source is quoted in Britain's The Sun newspaper as saying, "Michael is determined to get back in the charts. He hopes his devoted fans will buy them all."
Earlier this month, the singer was at the center of a paternity controversy after ex-wife Debbie Rowe claimed he didn't father two of his children.
Rowe, the mother of two of Jackson's three children, reportedly said Prince Michael Junior, 8, and Paris, 7, were conceived from a test tube - meaning the pop star isn't their biological father.
She was quoted in Ireland's Sunday World newspaper as saying, "Michael knows the truth - that he isn't the natural father of Prince Michael Jr. and Paris. He has to come clean."
She added, "I have no information whatsoever about the identity of the semen donor for either child as such (semen) was obtained anonymously from a semen bank under an agreement of confidentiality."