The brand is working with Michael Jackson's estate to create a limited-edition package featuring the singer, according to an executive close to the company. The package coincides with the 25th Anniversary of the "" album, which was released on Aug. 31, 1987. The package will be a 16 oz. can available in convenience stores and grocery stores around Memorial Day, according to Beverage Digest. The can, said to have a blue background with an image of Mr. Jackson dancing, is expected to cost 99 cents. Pepsi declined to comment.
Still unconfirmed but looks to be true. One website lists that a new 'I Just Can't Stop Loving You' single would be released on June 4th and would include a new song, as part of the 25 celebration.
The MJ Estate filed 5 new trademark applications for BAD25 (clothing, musical recording, soft drinks, entertainment, papers).
The BAD 25 anniversary deluxe edition will feature three CDs and 1 DVD as follows: The highlight of the package is the DVD of Michael’s legendary July 16, 1988 concert at Wembley Stadium. A CD of the re-mastered original BAD album A CD containing previously unreleased material recorded in Michael’s personal studio at Hayvenhurst. A CD showcasing the audio from the sound truck recordings of the July 16th Wembley performance. Visit the forum for more information.