eXD3 Inc., creator of the “UrbanHeadz” Hip Hop artist Bobblehead, has just secured rights to use “Michael Jackson World Renown KING of POP likeness on a line of Bobblehead merchandise from Bravado International.
eXD3 Inc. has the only contract to make the first licensed Michael Jackson Bobblehead merchandise with Bravado International - the largest Merchandising Company in the music industry. Bravado chose eXD3 over all the other companies because of the level of quality and detail implemented in our "UrbanHeadz."
We put together the First Michael Jackson Bobblehead from a series of themes in order to capture some of what we thought were Michael Jackson's most stand out elements; making it our own signature Michael Jackson Bobblehead.
The infamous Fedora hat
The famous white sequence glove
The sequence black jacket
And by request we changed from the most famous dance crab move and placed a microphone in his hand to reflect the ultimate entertainer that he was.
Purchase your limited edition, officially licensed Michael Jackson "King of Pop" Bobblehead today. These signature Michael Jackson Bobbleheads are sure to be a collectible of a lifetime for all ages. Be sure to check back with us, as this is just the first of many Michael Jackson Bobblehead to be released by eXD3 Inc. Click this Link to purchase - http://www.michaeljacksonbobblehead.com
eXD3 is on track to release in July 2010 several more "UrbanHeadz" from one of hip-hop's all time greatest - Snoop Dogg, Atlanta's hottest artist - Gucci Mane and Hip Hop's Latino legend - Fat Joe.
Check out our website for more details - http://www.theurbanheadz.com
Michael Joseph Jackson (August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009) was an American singer-songwriter, dancer, actor, choreographer, poet, businessman, philanthropist and record producer. Referred to as the King of Pop, he is recognized as the most successful entertainer of all time, as well as one of the most influential. His unrivaled contribution to music, dance and fashion, and a much-publicized personal life, made him a global figure in popular culture for over four decades. Jackson made his debut, alongside his brothers, in 1964 as the lead singer of The Jackson 5. His solo career started in 1971, and resulted in ten studio albums. Of these, the 1982 album Thriller became the best-selling album of all time, having sold more than 110 million copies worldwide.
Jackson is credited with elevating the music video from a mere promotional tool into an art form. He created videos for songs such as Billie Jean, Beat It and Thriller—the last of which has been voted as the greatest music video of all time. The video for "Thriller" is the only music video inducted into the national film registry in the Library of Congress. He was the first African American artist to amass a strong crossover following on MTV. Jackson's music videos have been credited with turning MTV and Cable TV into successful ventures. He popularized a number of complicated dance techniques, such as the robot and the moonwalk. His distinctive musical style, vocal style, and choreography continue to transcend generational, racial and cultural boundaries.
Jackson has been inducted 12 times into various music halls of fame. He is one of the very few artists to have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. Other achievements include 13 Guinness World Records; 15 Grammy Awards, including the Living Legend Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award; 26 American Music Awards, including recognition as Artist of the Century; 17 number-one singles in the United States; and over 780 million record sales globally.
Jackson's personal life and relationships generated controversy for years. His appearance began to change in the mid-1980s, and his varying nasal structure and skin color attracted much media speculation. In 1993 he was accused of child sexual abuse, though no formal charges were brought. In 2005 he was tried and acquitted of similar allegations. Jackson died on June 25, 2009 from a drug overdose, amidst preparations for a series of concerts entitled This Is It.
On March 16, 2010, Sony Music Entertainment signed a record-breaking $250 million deal with Jackson's estate to retain distribution rights to his recordings until 2017 and release seven posthumous albums over the next decade.