This birthday tribute to Michael Jackson will give you all the feels

Sparsh Shah, known for his Eminem covers, is also featured in the 'Heal the World' collaboration


Entertainment Desk August 30, 2016
Sparsh Shah, known for his Eminem covers, is also featured in the 'Heal the World' collaboration. Still from Child Prodigy cover.

It's been seven years since we lost Michael Jackson, but the timeless music left behind by the King of Pop still resonates with people all over the world.

In honour of his 58th birthday on Tuesday, world music band Maati Baani, released a cover of Heal the World, featuring children from around the globe.

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The children aged five to twelve from US, Canada, India and Russia, among other places collaborated to pay tribute to the King of Pop in an effort to spread peace around the world.

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Maati Baani, which literally translates to ‘Language of the Earth’, is a unit of two musicians -- Kartik and Nirali. Just using the internet, they teamed up with young artists from around the world and recreated the song.

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The cover features 20 acts and 45 child artists, in an effort to erase boundaries and artistic inhibitions and to spread the message of love and peace, reports Radioandmusic.

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Internet sensation, Sparsh Shah, better known for his rapping and Eminem covers, was also featured in the song.

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Grab some tissues and check it out:


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Safia Izhar | 5 years ago | Reply Be human, Love human. Make a better place. This is not just for Michael Jackson but for the whole humanity...
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