The King of Pop, Michael Jackson, has reportedly left 200 unpublished songs worth $100 million for his three children.
The talented father reportedly has furtively recorded over 200 songs for his 3 children, according to his biographer Ian Halperin.
I was astonished by the number of songs, which have been held back. I was told that he will not let them come out now but wants to leave them for his kids, a very personal legacy to them, the Daily Express quoted Ian as saying.
Ian, who has spent five years penning a biography on Michael called Unmasked-The Michael Jackson Story.
The King of Pop was said to have set up the contingency plan months before his death to make sure his kids would be well looked after in the event of bankruptcy.
According to the singer's reported will, which is yet to be made public, the songs cannot fall into the hands of the creditors, according to The Telegraph's reports.
Michael Jackson has three children Michael Jr, known as Prince, aged 12, Paris, 11 and Prince Michael II, 7, who are allegedly to remain with his 79-year-old mother Katherine in California.