The age-old conspiracy that late pop king Michael Jackson wrote the score for Sonic the Hedgehog 3 is true, according to a new report.
Jackson had a relationship with Sega, which made its Moonwalker game. He also starred in Space Channel 5 and its sequel. It has long been claimed that Jackson had some sort of involvement with Sonic 3, with internet sleuths frequently referencing the similarities between some of its tracks and Jackson’s chart hits.
Now a new report from Huffington Post claims that Michael Jackson was in fact the composer of the game’s score. It also reaffirms previous claims that he name was removed from the credits as he was unhappy with how the final product sounded once the music had been compressed.