The King of Pop is getting ready to moonwalk into the new millennium.
According to Fox News, Michael Jackson's new studio album is planned for release in March of next year. Jackson's record label, Sony, has apparently already heard six new songs by the hitmaker as well as previewed other songs written for the album.
The as-yet-untitled album will be produced by a diverse set of talents including R. Kelly, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Teddy Riley (who produced previous Jackson albums) and the Gloved One himself.
Jackson has also revealed that he might be reuniting with his famous brothers in the near future to record some new songs, but no date has yet been set.
Jackson's "Thriller" is one of the biggest-selling albums in music history, and his hits include "Beat It," "Billie Jean," "Bad" and "You Are Not Alone."