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Michael Jackson DID compose Sonic 3 music, Yuji Naka has seemingly finally confirmed

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Former Sonic Team head Yuji Naka has seemingly confirmed that Michael Jackson did compose some of the music for Sonic the Hedgehog 3.The question of Jackson’s involvement has been widely discussed and argued online for many years, because it’s widely believed that some of the tracks were composed by Michael Jackson, who wasn’t credited in the final game.Sega has never officially confirmed Jackson’s involvement, while various individuals over the years have given conflicting responses.However, a tweet by Naka referring to the recent music changes in Sonic Origins appears to have put the issue to bed once and for all.“Oh my god, the music for Sonic 3 has changed, even though Sega Official uses Michael Jackson’s music,” Naka said.Naka was one of the programmers on Sonic 3, and also produced the game, so he would have definitively known if Jackson had been involved in contributing music for the game.His tweet refers to the changes made in Sonic Origins, which was released today and doesn’t include the original Sonic 3 soundtrack.Jackson’s music has been replaced by recreated versions of music originally designed for the game before Jackson’s alleged involvement.Notice: To display this embed please allow the use of Functional Cookies in Cookie Preferences.The first widespread debate over Jackson’s involvement in Sonic 3 came in 2006 when YouTuber Qjimbo created a video showing similarities between numerous songs in the game and Jackson’s own music.The video followed up on a 2005 interview with former Sega Technical Institute director Roger Hector, who claimed that Jackson had been recruited by Sega to compose music for Sonic 3, but after sexual abuse allegations first emerged Jackson’s music was erased.But Qjimbo’s video

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